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Where To Drink In Houston For National Wine Day — Updated

Posted: May 23, 2018 at 3:40 pm   /   Bars, Wine

–Friday is the prelude to Memorial Day weekend — and the unofficial start of summer. Appropriately, it’s also National Wine Day: 24 hours dedicated to enjoying the fruit of the vine. (Yes, we agree that every day is that, really, but it’s nice to have a “holiday” set aside for wine lovers.) Many Houston wine bars […]

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13 Celsius Expands Sunday Hours

Posted: May 2, 2018 at 8:00 am   /   Bars, Wine

Sunday Funday just got a little longer at 13 Celsius at 3000 Caroline, a Midtown wine bar known for its chill vibe, killer wine list and stunning patio. That’s because it just extended its Sunday hours. It now opens three hours earlier at 1 p.m. They’re calling it the “13th hour” (natch) because 1 p.m. is 13:00 […]

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Postino WineCafé Now Open In The Heights

Posted: April 11, 2018 at 10:51 am   /   Bars, Openings, Wine

Postino WineCafé, the all-day, relaxed wine spot at 642 Yale is now open in the bustling Heights Mercantile center. If the response at the pre-opening friends and family event is any indicator, the new hangout is going to be well-received by Heights residents and wine lovers alike. “We’ve been blown away by the people here [in Houston],” said […]

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Drink Up: The Houston Wine Dinners and Tastings To Check Out In March 2018

Posted: March 15, 2018 at 9:17 am   /   Bars, Wine

Anyone looking to increase his or her wine knowledge will be thrilled to live in Houston this month. There are myriad classes and dinners and tastings (oh, my!) for beginners and aficionados alike to sample flavors from around the world. Check out our picks of what should be on every Houston wine lover’s radar. Oh, […]

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Master Sommelier Craig Collins Is Leading A Series Of Italian Wine Classes

Posted: March 5, 2018 at 8:00 am   /   Bars, Wine

There’s something alluring — and intimidating — about Italian wines. Italians are known for being passionate and Italian wine is an extension of that passion. On the other hand, there are all those those confusing terms. Imbottigliato all’Origine, Denominazione and Azienda agricola are just a few. It’s enough to make the uninitiated turn away and grab the closest California Chardonnay. Sommelier […]

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