The vintners at Wild Women Wine, formerly D'Vine Wine, make it their mission to throw back the curtain on the mysteries of the winemaking process. Each day, they welcome visitors to watch their team of winemakers prep imported raw juice for its transformation into ode-worthy vino. The team also invites visitors to concoct a personal wine batch of their own, modifying favorite house varietals with touches of oak, tannin, spice and other flavors. Each custom wine culminates in a bottling party, where the wine auteur, along with family and friends, can bottle, cork and label their vintage instead of just drinking it out of a communal bucket like usual.
For less hands-on pours, the boutique winery's wine list hosts a vast array of already-bottled varietals. Vintages range from Centennial red, a high tannin wine with oak undertones, to whites, blends and fruit-flavored styles.