Wine Tasting in Grapevine


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  • D'Vine Wine of Texas
    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.
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    409 S Main St.
    Grapevine, TX US
  • La Buena Vida Vineyards
    The chefs at La Buena Vida Vineyards orchestrate symphonies of cheeses, vegetables, and spreads to create four varieties of thematic appetizer boards. Munch on complimentary crackers and tuck grapes into cheeks before nibbling on the tuscan board's genoa salami, manchego cheese, and spinach-parmesan dip. Or, opt for the veggie board, which offers an edible constellation of grilled artichoke hearts, cheese-stuffed red peppers, and a mozzarella that has been marinated in a spice blend whose recipe is heavily guarded, much like the final resting place of George Washington's axe. The strong flavors of olives compliment the subtle flavors of the mediterranean board's all-natural hummus, which steadies palates in preparation for soft, creamy Boursin cheese.
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    416 E College St
    Grapevine, TX US
  • Delaney Vineyards
    30-minute tours educate guests on how Delaney’s wines go from grape to glass and end with a tasting of five of the in-house vintages. On Thursday nights, the winery also hosts a “Rhythm and Wine” event where couples can sip wine and tap their feet to the sound of live music.
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    2000 Champagne Boulevard
    Grapevine, TX US
  • Bear Creek Spirits and Wine
    Bear Creek Spirits & Wine breathes life into stale shindigs with a bountiful selection of snacks, mixers, glassware, and celebratory cigars. Cocktails can be deliciously blended using muddlers, shakers, and strainers with nonalcoholic mixers by Mr & Mrs T, including the classic bloody-mary mix ($5.99 for 64 oz. bottle), the tangy margarita mix ($4.49 for 1 L.), and the thick accents of a white russian. Chips and snacks ($0.99+) savor the flavor of any party table and can also become a strategic moat when placed around a wall of coolers. Liquid takes a distinct shape when bordered by exotic glassware, including the stocky Lolita Birthday shot glass ($12), the full-bodied BFF wine glass ($25), and the top-heavy Beach Diva martini glass ($25). Care for your bottles with aerators and foil cutters, or use cork cages to keep your souvenir stoppers from flying away. Smugly infiltrating the store with sweet aromas, an army of cigars including Cohibo Toro ($16.99), Ashton Churchill ($10.99), and Arturo Fuente Hemingway Short Story ($7.99), file into the in-store humidor and brag about whose leaves are the most desired.
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    7101 Colleyville Blvd
    Colleyville, TX US
  • WineFest 2012
    The 500, Inc.'s name stems from its very first fundraising campaign in 1965. Setting out to raise $5,000 for the Dallas Civic Opera, founder Polly Lou Moore convinced 500 individuals to each donate $10. It took only three months to collect every dollar. Since then, The 500, Inc. has aided more than 40 of the area's visual-, theatrical-, and musical-arts organizations by raising more than $12 million in donations and countless hours of volunteer support—all helping to honor the legacy of those first 500 mustaches doodled over Alexander Hamilton’s portrait.
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    15650 Addison Rd.
    Addison, TX US
  • Two Corks and a Bottle
    Craving a burger and fries? Swing in Two Corks and a Bottle and enjoy a tasty meal in a casual setting. Come prepared to feast at Two Corks and a Bottle — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. Warm weather brings out Two Corks and a Bottle's highly coveted patio seating. Take your pet pooch along when you visit Two Corks and a Bottle — dogs are more than welcome to join their humans at the restaurant. null null Meals at Two Corks and a Bottle are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person.
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    2800 Routh St
    Dallas, TX US

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