Wine Bars in Dallas
8 of the Best Wine Bars for D-Vine Wines
Dallas may not come to mind first for being a wino destination, but seek and you shall wine! In recent years, this very prominent beer town has seen a surge of wine bars that will satisfy the cravings of all wine lovers.
Tucked away in East Dallas, this quaint wine bar boasts a wide selection of wines, great appetizers and charcuterie and a fantastic patio. This wine bar is conveniently located near the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden; so after you’ve spent the day on your feet exploring the garden, enjoy the fruits of someone else’s labor! Recommended Wine: Try the Festivo Malbec. This very bold, fruit-forward, wine is grown in the mountainous region of Argentina and can be enjoyed with blue cheese, provolone and mozzarella.
Jump on over to this friendly local wine bar which offers a warm atmosphere and rotating local art. Add a few friends, some live music and seat on this patio and you’ll be on cloud wine. Recommended Wine: Zahel Orange T Orangetraube. This Austrian white wine is a robust white full of fruity flavors, including orange, lemon and peach.
Located in the West Village, Cork is a wonderful place to learn more about wine, discover new types of wine, and even purchase a bottle to take home. A state-of-the-art computer touchscreen and pour allows visitors enjoy a glass of wine from one of 48 different wine options, which are changed monthly.
Looking for a locally-made wine? Find your way to Time Ten Cellars in Lakewood! This stylish winery, tasting room and patio offers a wide variety of wines, many of which are crafted on-site. Recommended Wine: Times Ten Tempranillo Cathedral Mountain. This grape, commonly grown in Texas, creates a full-bodied wine with various nodes of tobacco, plum and vanilla.
Often heralded as one of the most romantic restaurants in Dallas, St. Martin’s is by no means new to the wine scene; this cozy, European-style wine bar has been popping corks for almost 40 years. Whether you are out for date night or just chilling with friends, this Dallas staple is a great place to enjoy time together with a glass in hand. Recommended Wine: Josh Cellars, Cabernet Sauvignon. This very typical Californian Cab is bursting with flavor of blackberry, cherry and toasted oak.
The name says it all; this wine bar has 60 different wines on tap for all your tasting and pairing needs. On top of that, it is a beautiful, very spacious and open bar that will make you feel like you are sitting in the middle of Napa Valley. Recommended Wine: Three Sticks “Origins” Chardonnay. This wine has intense tropical flavor with hints of butter, oak and stone fruit.
Time to wine down after a long week? Visit Neighborhood Cellar in Bishop Arts. This wine bar and store has a wide variety of wine for tasting and sale. But what really makes this place unique is its affordability that doesn’t compromise on quality.
Stop by Checkered Past Winery in the Cedars neighborhood for a local wine in a casual and laid-back atmosphere. This wine pub serves Texas wines, local beers and small bites like flat breads and cheese boards.
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