Okay, we don’t know a lot about wine but we do know the following things: 1. It tastes good. 2. It makes us feel good. 3. It’s always wine time. 4. Did we mention it’s always wine time? We may not be connoisseurs but when we love something, we go all in. With all of those things in mind, we compiled a list of our favorite wine bars in Dallas. Because why not, right? Here are our favorite wine bars in Dallas!
Ascension in the Design District
If you work downtown, you’ve probably swung by Ascension for a hot cup of coffee. Their coffee is the bomb but they also have another delicious option. Have you tried their wine? They have an assortment of affordable, crisp whites to hard to find, complex red blends. Bonus: it’s totally dog friendly so bring your dog and post up on the patio and let the wine flow. They’ll even bring water for your furry companions.
Stoney’s Wine Lounge In East Dallas
The food at Stoney’s is legit and their wine list is impressive but they have another gem and it’s their jazz music. Not just any jazz either — the owners are both professional jazz musicians and they bring in some of the best musicians in the city. If you want an amazing time sipping amazing wine, with an amazing staff and owners, while listening to some of the best jazz in Dallas, this is your place.
Wine Poste In Oak Cliff
Wine Poste has a well curated collection of wines with tastings, pairings and wine education classes that they host regularly. They also offer gift baskets with locally sourced products paired with the perfect complimentary wine. The owner has expansive knowledge of wine and can give you some of the best suggestions on exactly what you’re looking for. Plus, it’s Bishop Arts so you know it’s going to be good.