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Inwood Estates Vineyard & Winery Featured Tasting Saturday at Whole Foods Lakewood

Owner/Wine Maker Dan Gatlin of Inwood Estates Vineyards and Winery, located just outside of downtown Dallas, will be at the new Whole Foods in Lakewood tomorrow , June 20th, for a tasting and bottle signing event from Noon-3pm. Inwood Estates is known for making award winning Spanish style wine, including a white blend made with the Spanish Palomino grape, along with their flagship wine, a Tempranillo-Cabernet Sauvignon blend.   It’s an ideal opportunity to support one of our local wineries, and pick up a last minute gift for Dad.

3 comments on “Inwood Estates Vineyard & Winery Featured Tasting Saturday at Whole Foods Lakewood

  1. You missed the most important thing.

    These are Texas wines, not California wines made in Texas (or simply imported in bottle and re-labelled in Texas).

  2. No you missed the most important part. Inwood Estates is the ONLY legitimate winery in Texas. They grow there own grapes in an area that is the best area to go Spanish grapes. Also he is the only winery in Texas to field crush. Inwood does not buy grapes from California and make wine for their brand. So before you get online and make false statements you should but down your glass of Fall Creek wine or Fuqua wine, where those bottles are bought from California and relabeled as Texas.

  3. Henry ~ What’s your problem? As I see it, you just stated exactly what Gummidge already said to begin with.