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Two Corks and a Bottle

Map & Directions 2800 Routh St.
Dallas, TX 75201
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214-871-9463

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The thing that sets Two Corks and a Bottle apart from other wine bars in Dallas is the location from where the wine is fermented and bottled. At Two Corks, it's all done right there in the Uptown shop. It only sells house-made wines, which sounds like a turn-off; people tend to put their trust in more widely distributed labels. But considering that the grapes are shipped direct from California, the wines offered here are on par with top brands. The shop offers a multi-tiered wine club, in which members get discounts and free bottles each month.

 
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  • Scot M. on 05/03/12

    Mayor loaded ballot box. Obvious self-esteem issues.

  • Juan on 09/03/11

    Awesome venue. Staff is very personable.

  • Maria Y. on 08/16/13

    Latin grande was fantastic. Staff was super nice!

  • Kenneth M. on 07/13/13

    Maybe, we picked The wrong night...we moved our table 3 times to accomodate others...We found a few bottles to buy, but our waiter was nowhere to be found. Disappointed.

  • Brian Y. on 05/30/13

    John and Elwyn are your wine schleppers, and have a tremendous selection of reds, whites, and fruits.

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