If you're sick and tired of 2020, why not pretend it's 2021 for a day? These Los Angeles wine tasting Groupons will let you sip and sample your way through boozy treats. And the best part is that they're super cheap too. Forget about this crappy year and let loose.

Most of these spots are a short road trip from the city so you can escape the hustle and bustle for some downtime with your favorite reds or whites. 

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With tasting experiences for one, two, and four people, you'll be able to make an affordable date night out of it. 

The best part about having friends is that you can decide who your DD will be. Just tell them you'll buy them food, and you're set. 

Get ready for wine o'clock almost every day of the week. 

Pali Wine Co. 

Price: $22

Address: Two Locations

Why You Need To Go: You'll get a wine flight and a glass of red or white, depending on what you're craving.

Ancient Peaks Winery 

Price: $21+

Address: 22720 El Camino Real, Santa Margarita, CA

Why You Need To Go: Five words: booze, cheese, and charcuterie board.

Golden Star Vineyards & Winery

Price: $18+

Address: 36043 106th St. E., Littlerock, CA

Why You Need To Go: On top of getting a 30-minute tour, you'll get souvenir wine glasses. Plus, this deal is for the price of two people!

AronHill Vineyards

Price: $19+

Address: 3745 W. Highway 46, Templeton, CA

Why You Need To Go: A chef's choice appetizer is included so you can sip and sample the entire time.

A Stone's Throw Winery

Price: $12+

Address: 29943 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA

Why You Need To Go: Sip your way through six different wines and then buy a bottle to go.

Barrett Cellars

Price: $8+

Address: 114 Newgrove St., Lancaster, CA

Why You Need To Go: This is some serious bang for your buck. A tasting experience for one is only $8, and you get an entire flight of wine.

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