Dionisio Winery closes its storefront on Pearland's Miller Ranch Road

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Dionisio Winery closed its storefront at 2635 Miller Ranch Road, Pearland, in April. Dionisio offered tours and a wide selection of wines, including green apple riesling, peach chardonnay and black cherry pinot noir.

Owner Jimmy Arranda will continue to sell his wines at Pearland area H-E-Bs and will continue to host the Pearland Wine & Food Fest, which will kick off its sixth annual event on August 26 at the Pearland Town Center. 713-906-2499. www.dionisiowinery.com
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