2014 Wine Guide

Wineries/shops in Grapevine

Cross Timbers Winery

805 N. Main St.



Located in a historic home, the winery offers tastings of the Cross Timbers wine, select Texas wines and international favorites. Cross Timbers also has a gift shop featuring wine accessories.

Delaney Vineyards

2000 Champagne Blvd.



The vineyards host various corporate events, parties and wine tastings that allow guests to try award-winning wines. Tours are available that explain the processes of how to grow grapes, harvest grapes, make wine and bottle it.

D'Vine Wine

409 S. Main St.



D'Vine Wine is a boutique and winery that offers guests the chance to try wine by the glass, bottle or by creating it themselves. It also offers imported cheeses, meats, dried fruits and chocolates to pair with the wine. The retail store provides accessories and gifts.

Farina's Winery

420 S. Main St.



The winery offers a group dining experience and serves both wines and a full menu of food ranging from artisan cheese to steak. Farina's also serves beer.

Homestead Winery

211 E. Worth St.



The winery specializes in wine tastings and offers reds, whites and specialty wines including one with a secret family blend.

Into the Glass Wine Bar and Texas Cafe

322 S. Main St.



The restaurant carries a variety of wines and works in tandem with the neighboring Off the Vine. Into the Glass also serves a full menu of food and includes a full bar.

La Buena Vida Vineyards

416 E. College St.



The vineyard offers a wine-tasting room to try reds, whites and blushes, among others. La Buena Vida also offers fine cheeses, fruits, olives and other snacks to complement wines.

Off the Vine

324 S. Main St.



The retail wine shop carries a range of reds, whites, sparkling and dessert wines from $8–$500. The shop also carries products such as corkscrews, decanters and aerators.

Su Vino Winery

120 S. Main St., Ste. 40



The winery offers wine tastings,

private-label wines, classes and private events. It also stocks products and accessories such as cork cages, aerators and wine chillers. Wines range from $10.50–$25.

Wine tours

Grapevine Wine Tours



Shuttles pick up guests at Grapevine-area hotels for tours of three wineries, with guides describing the history of wine. Wineries vary by tour. $79.50 (lunch tours), $89.50 (dinner tours).

Wine events


Sept. 11–14

Hallo-Wine Trail

Oct. 25

Christmas Wine Trains

Dec. 11 and 18

Sweetheart Wine Trail

Feb. 2015

Blessing of the Vines and New Vintage Wine and Gallery Trail

April 11, 2015

Main Street Days

May 15–17, 2015


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