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While cigarettes from Smoking Vapor curb nicotine cravings, they never emit a puff of smoke. The electric cigarette's LED tip lights up as it releases customizable doses of nicotine in time with users’ drags, stripping the smoking experience of tobacco, toxins, and smoke itself. Long-lasting rechargeable batteries or strikes of lightning power each of the cigarettes, which immediately detect users’ puffs via a microprocessor and sensor, with no button pushing required. Smokers can select from traditional or flavored nicotine cartridges. A variety of flavors are available in stores, including Grape, Coffee, and Strawberry.
A patio extends from Bluff Dale Vineyards's tasting room, presenting an expansive view of the sun-drenched grapevines and sloping foothills that D Magazine called "impressive." This swath of land grows the succulent grapes used to make the winery's fruit-forward selection of silken reds and aromatic whites. In addition to an oak-aged cabernet sauvignon, crisp chardonnay, and sweet muscat, the tasting room features a Texas cream sherry that is blended with the traditional—and time-intensive—solera system instead of with an industrial-sized cocktail shaker.
Owners David and Theresa Hayes also host live bands at their winery from time to time, inviting visitors to attend for free, bring a picnic, and tap their toes to the melodies of such groups as the Double J-R Band or the jazzy Pearl Street 4.
Owners Chris and Cathy Bachhofer corral succulent cuts of meat within their walls, crafting a selection that includes grass-fed and free-range beef, pork, and chicken. Wielding more than 20 years of experience as a butcher, Chris ensures that the display cases brim with USDA Choice boneless rib-eye steaks ($12.99/lb.), slabs of baby-back ribs ($4.09/lb.), and temporary grill-mark tattoos. Mold a heap of lean ground sirloin ($4.49/lb.) into lovelorn hamburger patties that long for the kiss of an open flame; or, peruse C&J's quick fixins section, which cuts the prep work out of cooking with such pre-prepared classics as cordon bleu chicken wraps ($4.89/lb.) and shish kebabs trained in the art of culinary swordsmanship.
Located on Main Street of Grapevine, Texas, D'Vine Wine treats visitors to countless varieties of wine paired with savory cheese and charcuterie plates. In the tasting and dining area, honeycombed wine racks and wooden barrels line the earth-toned walls, allowing visitors to imagine they've been swept away to the rustic cottage of a Tuscan vintner or the panic room of a billionaire. Guests sip house-made sauvignon blanc, malbec, and fruit-infused wine, while customers consult with wine representatives on creating a personalized label for any occasion.
An eclectic boutique, Abernathy & Frittz fills its shelves with a wide variety of clothing, accessories, jewelry, and other gift-worthy wares. Present-searchers can pick up an Old Guys Rule T-shirt ($22.95–$24.95), for men of a certain age or difficult-to-shop-for tortoises. Wall art and baby accouterments commemorate special occasions, and Blue Bird dresses and blouses along with Big Buddha handbags ($68.95–$80.95) outfit prospective runway walkers. Hollywood Fashion Tape comes in handy to keep delicate stylish finds in place or emblazon secret messages across the bottoms of embellished YellowBox flip-flops.