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Friday and Saturday are Wine-tastic at Dallas Whole Foods Markets

Kegging—it’s not just for beer anymore.

Swing by Whole Foods’ wine bars this afternoon to sip Texas Hill Country’s Duchman Family Vermentino at $3 per glass (regularly $4.50) and Montepulciano at $5 per glass (regularly $7.50). The wines have been kegged (an eco-friendly process which keeps 26 bottles from being corked, packaged, labeled and transported) exclusively for Whole Foods Markets and will be served from 4 to 6 pm at the new wine bar at the Highland Park store (4100 Lomo Alto) and from 5 to 7 pm at the Park Lane store (8190 Park Lane). Duchman Family winemaker David Reilly will sign bottles from 4 to 5 pm in Highland Park and from 5:30 to 6:30 pm at Park Lane.

On Saturday, stock the bar with Whole Foods’ one day wine saleA six-pack of Whole Foods’ Top 10 Holiday wines will run you a mere $49.99 (and makes a great gift). Each Perfect Bundle includes:

Chalone Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc
Römerhof Riesling
Estancia Pinot Noir
Bubo Old Vine Zinfandel
De Chanceny Crèmant de Loire
Bodegas Castaño Hécula Monastrell

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