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Local wine shops in Fort Worth

Sip on this round up.

Winslow's Wine Cellar

It’s wine o’clock at Winslow’s Wine Cellar

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The summer is upon us and with them come a slew of social gatherings. Whether you need to pick up a bottle of wine for the dinner table, for your boss’s wife, or for yourself (we’re right there with you), we’ve made a list of local shops so you can grab the seasonal wine of your dreams.

Grand Cru Wine Bar & Boutique | 1257 W. Magnolia Ave.

This family-owned wine bar is housed in a historic building that dates back to the 20s and features a selection of 200+ wines.

  • Sip on this: The “luxury wines,” like the Bydand or Cakebread, are not exposed to oxygen until they’re poured into your glass — which means every drop is as fresh as the first pour.

Winslow’s Wine Cellar | 1601 Clover Ln.

This upscale café serves up small production wines from all regions of the world + you can also grab a slice of wood-fired pizza next door at Winslow’s Wine Cafe.

  • Sip on this: The extensive wine list is blind taste-tested by the restaurant’s wine director.

The Holly | 305 W. Daggett Ave.

This quaint wine shop is tucked away behind the hustle and bustle of South Main and is known for its natural wine selection.

  • Sip on this: The grapes are grown sustainably, without preservatives + hand-picked before undergoing the natural fermentation process.

The Magnolia Wine Bar | 1101 W. Magnolia Ave.

Formerly Kent & Co. Wines, this classy bar offers 300+ wine options and features three bespoke reds and a custom cabernet sauvignon.

  • Sip on this: Grab an $8 glass of prosecco or purchase rare vintages like the Château Lafite-Rothschild that ring in at $1,000+ per bottle.

Soma Winery | 201 S. Main St.

Stop in to this chic wine cafe in the Near Southside for a flight or grab a bottle to go.

  • Sip on this: Pair a glass of Italian sparkling rose with one of three naan flatbreads for a light meal.

WineHaus | 1628 Park Place Ave.

Pour a glass of wine on tap and settle in to a comfortable seat in the wine cafe that feels like a friend’s house.

  • Sip on this: Stop by daily from 3:30-6 p.m. for $2 off any pour during “Tappy Hour.”
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