The message below was emailed to all “Lee’s Wine Storage” locker owners on 4/18.  I texted Lee this morning after I received the e-mail (sender prefers to remain anonymous) and the text shows as received, but I have not yet heard back from him. If I get anymore information I will share it immediately in the comment’s section.  I am only reprinting this to help get the word out for locker owners to get their wine moved before May 6 or face a loss.  

H o l d i n g s   L L C

April 18, 2014

Re: Wine Storage Facility Closure-Abandoned  Wine

Dear Wine Owner:

As you may know, unfortunately, Yoon Lee, the lessee and operator of the wine storage facility “Lee’s Wine Storage” at 26340 Diamond Place, Unit 110, Santa Clarita, California (the “Storage Facility”), was evicted by CanAm Holdings, LLC, which is the owner of that property.

As a result of that eviction, any wine and other property you have been storing at the Storage Facility must be promptly removed. The business is no longer in operation and all wine lockers and contents are being removed. Any questions regarding your lease and/or charges must be directed to Yoon Lee at 661-993-2838 or 661-259-7754.

Pursuant to the California Civil Code, any wine or other property which you have been keeping at the Storage Facility is considered to be abandoned property. However, you have the opportunity to reclaim your wine within a reasonable period of time.

Unless all such wine (and any other property) belonging to you is reclaimed on or before May 6, 2014, it will be disposed of at public auction as required by Section 1988 of the California Civil Code.

Because of this unfortunate situation, CanAm Holdings has contacted “Storage Center of Valencia” on your behalf to inform them of the business closure so they may make provisions to accept as many of Lee’s Wine Storage customers as possible. They may be contacted at 661-263-1999.

A copy of the “Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned Property,” required by Section 1985 of the California Civil Code, is provided.

Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.

Sincere regards,






26370 Diamond Place, Suite 500  Santa Clarita  CA  91350


California Civil Code Section 1 985

When Yoon Lee vacated the wine storage premises at 26340 Diamond Place, Suite 110, Santa Clarita, California 91350, the following personal property remained:

Bottles of wine, cases of wine and other personal property.

If you own any of this property, you may claim it at 26340 Diamond Place, Suite 110, Santa Clarita, California 91350. You must take possession of the property to which you are entitled no later than May 6, 2014, or this property will be disposed of pursuant to Civil Code  Section 1988. Please use your keypad access code to enter the facility from 9:00am to 9:00pm seven days a week, to remove your  property.


  1. Hi Eve,

    I saw your post about Lee’s closing. We have all new stainless steel personal lockers with 24/7 access. I realize we are not around the corner, but if any clients are interested in longer term storage, maybe we could help some people out. Another great benefit is that if you store your wine here, during business hours, locker customers may bring their wine into our beautiful Tuscan themed tasting room and open and enjoy it.

    I really look forward to meeting you in person. Let me know if you have any questions or if there’s something else I can do.

    Warm regards,

    Lisa Milano
    Event and Marketing Manager
    31111 Via Colinas Drive
    Westlake Village, CA 91362

  2. Hi Eve,

    Liquid Assets Cellars in North Hollywood has a few spaces available and can help removal, transportation, inventory, boxes and locker space. Feel free to call or email us if we can be of help. All the best in finding a proper place for your Liquid Assets.

    Kevin Jones
    Liquid Assets Cellars
    12134 Sherman Way
    N. Hollywood, CA 91605
    818 764-9463

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