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Where to Buy Local Wine in Dallas



Cibo Divino spread and house Puleo wine. Photo credit: @askfoodbitch

Wine is wine is wine. Kind of. Once you find a bottle or varietal or winery you like, or even better a somm you trust, you're golden. The best advice about wine I ever got was "drink what you like." Nobody can blame you for that. And if it's all the same inside, why does it matter where you buy from? So by that logic, why in the world would you not shop local!? The big box stores and liquor stores might be a smidge cheaper, but at the end of the day, if you're shopping there, no small business owner is doing a happy dance. Those big box stores don't need and won't appreciate your business like the little guys do. Next time you're craving a full-bodied red or a little sparkle, hit up these locals instead.

For bottles with a side of...

Perfect French crêpes, both savory and sweet: Whisk Crêpes Café

Charcuterie, cheese or chocolate boards: Veritas Wine Room

A monthly subscription option: Neighborhood Cellar

French food and fine hospitality: Parigi

Ft. Worth farm-to-table cuisine: Ellerbe Fine Foods

Cheese boards and such: Times Ten Cellars

Sandwiches, salads, charcuterie and cheese: Trova Wine

Prime beef, duck, pork, lamb or quail to-go: Burgundy Swine Wine Bar

Liquor, glassware, snacks and gifts: Biagio Wine & Spirits

Charcuterie, cheese and tapas: Barcelona Wine Bar

Take-and-bake/fry/grill/peel/etc. seafood: TJ's Fish Market

45% off bottles every day: Carbones

Pasta, pizza, salads and more: Cibo Divino

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