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Clink glasses at Leela’s Wine Bar.
Kathy Tran

12 Wonderful DFW Wine Bars

For when the spirit moves you

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Clink glasses at Leela’s Wine Bar.
| Kathy Tran

No matter what the Texas weather brings, it’s always the right season for wine. While Dallas isn’t exactly known for sprawling vineyards, the city is lucky enough to have our pick of great venues that distribute bottles upon bottles of world-class wine straight into our eager glasses.

From the novice sipper to the more sophisticated oenophile, anyone will feel right at home at these great wine bars. Red or white, sweet or dry, these spots are perfect for anyone needing a sip — or bottle.

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Sloan & Williams Winery - Grapevine

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This Grapevine Winery uses vines from the Texas High Plains and Hill Country, as well as California vines, to make its wines. Try it out in the tasting room or order a glass to go with the selection of items on its tapas menu.

Bacchus Kitchen + Bar

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Grapevine has been working to become a wine destination town, and Hotel Vin is a concept created all around imbibing. It’s on-site restaurant, Bacchus Kitchen and Bar, is named for the Roman God of wine and offers an extensive list of options to pair with the menu.

Trova Wine + Market

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This cute, bright, airy wine shop in the Park Cities is a great place to grab a bottle or sit down for a nosh and a glass. The on-site sommelier is happy to help find a glass to go with your bites or a bottle to give as a gift. The menu changes seasonally but typically offers small plates, sandwiches, and charcuterie boards.

Bodega Wine Bar

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Wine lovers seek out this location for the relaxed vibe, making it perfect for wine novices to figure out precisely what they like. Stop in to chat with sommeliers, enjoy a variety of small plates, and sip a glass of wine in the quaint, romantic digs. 

Urban Vines Wine Bistro

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Head to this East Dallas spot for a glass of wine paired with a flatbread or panini. There’s also a rotating menu of wine flights to taste.

Times Ten Cellars

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This locale offers wine aficionados one-of-a-kind varietals sourced from their vineyard in West Texas. Here in Dallas, wine is enjoyed inside the intimate tasting room or on the patio, paired with a flatbread or cheese board. There are several other spaces in the building for private parties and events.

Veritas Wine Room

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This spot has become a beloved Henderson Avenue oasis. Housing nearly 400 different wines from vineyards worldwide and almost as many cheeses, this friendly crew can guide wine lovers at all levels through their impressive menu without judgment. 

Stoney's Wine Lounge

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What was once a retail store has evolved into a lounge with an inviting atmosphere and innovative wine list. Owners Stoney Savage and his wife Diana are professional jazz musicians, so expect to hear some top-notch tunes to pair with the menu.

Leela's Wine Bar - Dallas

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With locations on Lowest Greenville and Trophy Club, and another coming to McKinney Ave. soon, Leela’s is as much a place to be seen (and Instagrammed) as it is to have wine. It’s got glasses on tap and in the bottle, and this wine bar also undergoes seasonal decor overhauls making it a full-on experience. 

The Alcove

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Aside from the impressive wine list and warm staff, patrons can also indulge in a craft beer or cup of coffee. Laid-back vibes and friendly faces keep the seats full at this neighborhood favorite (and they have some of the best iced coffee in town). 

Neighborhood Cellar

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Located in the heart of the Bishop Arts District, Neighborhood Cellar provides elegant yet unpretentious settings with an extensive selection at competitive prices. The staff are welcoming and knowledgeable, and it offers monthly events to help patrons better get to know wine.

Blind Bishop

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This tasting room in Bishop Arts is all about wine education. It has 25 vintages available to purchase by the glass and over 100 bottles. Stop by for a taste, or sign up for the nightly blind flight taste test.

Sloan & Williams Winery - Grapevine

This Grapevine Winery uses vines from the Texas High Plains and Hill Country, as well as California vines, to make its wines. Try it out in the tasting room or order a glass to go with the selection of items on its tapas menu.

Bacchus Kitchen + Bar

Grapevine has been working to become a wine destination town, and Hotel Vin is a concept created all around imbibing. It’s on-site restaurant, Bacchus Kitchen and Bar, is named for the Roman God of wine and offers an extensive list of options to pair with the menu.

Trova Wine + Market

This cute, bright, airy wine shop in the Park Cities is a great place to grab a bottle or sit down for a nosh and a glass. The on-site sommelier is happy to help find a glass to go with your bites or a bottle to give as a gift. The menu changes seasonally but typically offers small plates, sandwiches, and charcuterie boards.

Bodega Wine Bar

Wine lovers seek out this location for the relaxed vibe, making it perfect for wine novices to figure out precisely what they like. Stop in to chat with sommeliers, enjoy a variety of small plates, and sip a glass of wine in the quaint, romantic digs. 

Urban Vines Wine Bistro

Head to this East Dallas spot for a glass of wine paired with a flatbread or panini. There’s also a rotating menu of wine flights to taste.

Times Ten Cellars

This locale offers wine aficionados one-of-a-kind varietals sourced from their vineyard in West Texas. Here in Dallas, wine is enjoyed inside the intimate tasting room or on the patio, paired with a flatbread or cheese board. There are several other spaces in the building for private parties and events.

Veritas Wine Room

This spot has become a beloved Henderson Avenue oasis. Housing nearly 400 different wines from vineyards worldwide and almost as many cheeses, this friendly crew can guide wine lovers at all levels through their impressive menu without judgment. 

Stoney's Wine Lounge

What was once a retail store has evolved into a lounge with an inviting atmosphere and innovative wine list. Owners Stoney Savage and his wife Diana are professional jazz musicians, so expect to hear some top-notch tunes to pair with the menu.

Leela's Wine Bar - Dallas

With locations on Lowest Greenville and Trophy Club, and another coming to McKinney Ave. soon, Leela’s is as much a place to be seen (and Instagrammed) as it is to have wine. It’s got glasses on tap and in the bottle, and this wine bar also undergoes seasonal decor overhauls making it a full-on experience. 

The Alcove

Aside from the impressive wine list and warm staff, patrons can also indulge in a craft beer or cup of coffee. Laid-back vibes and friendly faces keep the seats full at this neighborhood favorite (and they have some of the best iced coffee in town). 

Neighborhood Cellar

Located in the heart of the Bishop Arts District, Neighborhood Cellar provides elegant yet unpretentious settings with an extensive selection at competitive prices. The staff are welcoming and knowledgeable, and it offers monthly events to help patrons better get to know wine.

Blind Bishop

This tasting room in Bishop Arts is all about wine education. It has 25 vintages available to purchase by the glass and over 100 bottles. Stop by for a taste, or sign up for the nightly blind flight taste test.

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