Credit: Holistic Ranch
Credit: Holistic Ranch

Shop Small at These 3 Local Markets in the High Desert

They’ve Got the Greatest Goods! 

When it comes to shopping, there’s nothing we love more than supporting local businesses! Whether we’re picking up a bottle of wine, some pantry goodies or a few new items for our home, we always turn to our region’s local makers, entrepreneurs and creatives. So the next time you find yourself in the high desert, stop by these local grocers and boutiques for a selection of small-batch, sustainably made goods!

 

Joshua Tree Bottle Shop

When the booze runs dry in the high desert, head to Joshua Tree Bottle Shop! This boutique wine store specializes in small production bottles for a low price. Most everything is under $25, whether it’s a crisp white to enjoy in the heat of the afternoon or a smooth red to sip under the desert sky

Joshua Tree Markets

The Vibe

Hyper-local with a boutique feel—just how we like it!

The Goods

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The shop carries everything from reds and whites to bubbly, but there’s also a beer fridge and a quaint selection of craft mezcals and spirits.

The Inside Scoop

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Joshua Tree Bottle Shop offers shipping and in-store pick-up! Simply select your spirits online and have them delivered or ready when you arrive. 

 

Editor’s Picks

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-Xavier Clua El Solà d’en Pol Rosé
-Ashland Mango Chili Hard Seltzer
-Glutenberg Gluten-Free IPA

Location: Joshua Tree

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Joshua Tree Markets

Holistic Ranch

With a host of biodynamic and regenerative products, Yucca Valley’s Holistic Ranch is a haven for those looking to make a positive shift in the way they live. This local grocer is dedicated to renewing the land and providing clean, small-batch products to its loyal patrons. Founder and Creative Director Nicole Granato even uses her ranch to rescue horses from slaughter!

 

The Vibe

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Midcentury and minimalistic with an earthy, all-natural flair.

The Goods

Shop everything from organic wellness products like face oils and shampoos to sustainable home goods like linen throws and soy candles. There’s also a variety of grocery items like coffee beans, jams, spices and more.

The Inside Scoop

For 10% off your first order and access to recipes, updates, special events and limited edition products, subscribe to Holistic Ranch’s newsletter!

Joshua Tree Markets

Editor’s Picks

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-Elderflower + Lime Jelly
-Solar Face Mist
-Oak Candle Holder

Location: Yucca Valley

Golden Sage Market

Credit: Windmill City Super #1

Golden Sage Market works closely with small-batch producers in California who use sustainable, people-first business practices. Carla Berger founded the market in 2020 with hopes of bringing high-quality foods and beverages to the people in and beyond the Greater Palm Springs region. Shop online or in-store at Windmill City Super #1 in Palm Springs or Hi-Desert Daydream in Twentynine Palms.

 

The Vibe

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Playful and organic; expect all sorts of all-natural goodness.

The Goods

At Golden Sage Market, you’ll find grocery items galore! Online, you’ll find everything from pickled veggies and small-batch hot sauces to granola, nut butter and beans from Joshua Tree Coffee Co.

The Inside Scoop

Founder Carla Berger earned her master’s degree in Food Studies at NYU and continues to put her heart into building a sustainable local food system here in the desert.

Joshua Tree Markets

Editor’s Picks

Credit: Windmill City Super #1

-Happy Hour Cocktail Mixer Bundle
-Grove Provisions Chili-Infused Olive Oil
-Lasto Foods Matcha Almond Butter

Locations: Palm Springs, Twentynine Palm

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