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Next Dallas Wine Trail Announced

I just received a note from Benjamin Calais, at Calais Winery, regarding the next Wine Trail in Dallas.  This will be the 4th our 4 Dallas based wineries have put together, and is a great opportunity to raise a glass the latest releases from our neighborhood wineries. 

(Dallas,TX, 2/25/2010) – We are pleased to announce the next event of the Dallas Wine Trail to be held on March 27th 2010 at the 4 Dallas wineries.
The event will start at 11AM and run until 5PM.
Each participant will receive a gift bag including:
- a bottle of wine of one of the participating wineries
- a beautiful 19oz Dallas Wine Trail glass
- a map of trail
- a tasting sheet of the 12 wines to sample
Participant will start at CALAIS Winery or FUQUA Winery where they will pick their wine glass and their wine bottle. Each participant will sample 3 wines at each winery. Light food pairings will be available at each winery.
The Dallas Wine Trail is a wine trail that includes the four wineries located in Dallas, TX:
• CALAIS Winery
• FUQUA Winery
•Inwood Estates Vineyards
• Times Ten Cellars
Personnel from each winery will be present and available to explain the winery’s philosophy, wine profiles and production method used for each wine. All the wines poured will also be available for sale to drink onsite or offsite.  Tickets are available here on preorder for $39 and $45 at the door if available.
The event will be limited to 200 people.

Drink Dallas.

3 comments on “Next Dallas Wine Trail Announced

  1. As you taste each glass ask:

    1) Are the grapes in this wine entirely from Texas? If not, are there origins clearly spelled out on the label?

    2) Is this wine made here (“Produced and Bottled” is on the label) or just minimally treated (e.g. made elsewhere and just stored in our warehouse) “Vinted and Bottled by…” or “Cellared by…” is on the label.