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D'Vine Wine

409 South Main Street, Grapevine, TX 76051
Open Mon.-Thu. 11:00am-7:00pm, Fri.-Sat. 11:00am-9:30pm & Sun. 12:00pm-5:00pm
817-329-1011 2 hours
January 2014 All year
$0-19 Grapevine Texas
Website Food/Drinks Wine Bars
First review
D'Vine Wine is wine shop and winery in downtown Grapevine and which opened in 2004. D'Vine does not grow its own grapes but rather imports them from California and then creates wines on site. Traditional wine tastings are available as well as the opportunity to design your own wine. Live music is typically played on weekends. Ghost walking tours in Grapevine are also offered most weekends and are covered in another review.

The shop has a long and thin layout. A bar area is located immediately to the left of the entrance and there are tables to the right. The band plays towards the back. Overall, it’s a little bit cramped when crowded but can work if you like a cozy environment. The wooden chairs and tables were in good condition. Parking can be a hassle in Grapevine. There is limited street parking, but you may have better luck on one of the city lots on the west side of Main Street.

Three wine tastings were offered for a reasonable $6. The ladies behind the bar were pleasant, attentive, and easy on the eyes. However, the shop had run out of glasses so they had to go into the back to get more. Also, the Wine-A-Rita machine was broken. Tastings consisted of Sauvignon Blanc, Main Street Red and Pinot Noir. The Sauvignon Blanc was best, not too dry and not too sweet and with a hint of oak. The Main Street Red was terrible, much too strong and musty. The Pinot Noir was decent if you like a light wine, but it was not very distinctive, drinkable but not memorable. Following the ghost tour a glass of Shiraz worked well with a light pleasing fruit taste. Then a glass of Sunset, an enjoyable peach flavored white wine, finished the night on a strong note. D'Vine offers meats and cheeses but a white chocolate truffle was too tempting. It tasted like milk chocolate and was good but tiny. A local band called Sweet Tea played late and loud that night. Their music was a mix of country and rock and was surprisingly good. While some of the wines at D'Vine came up short, enough delivered taste wise to make a return visit likely.
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