Updated: August 9, 2017
D’Vine Wine is a boutique winery specializing in custom wines. Besides enjoying the wine D’Vine Wine makes, the vintners can guide you through the process of customizing your very own wine. You can then create a personalized label for your wine bottles.
D’Vine Wine starts their winemaking process by using the juice rather than using grapes. This gives them the ability to select from a wide variety of wines. All grape juice used is from outside Texas.
If you are interested, franchises for D’Vine Wine are available. Their franchises are committed to being profitable with extensive support offered.
All locations for D’Vine Wine serve similar wines. Today there are nine D’Vine Wine locations in Texas and Colorado. I have been to the following locations.
The Grapevine location is located right on the main street where everyone goes in Grapevine. On the Friday night I visited they were having karaoke. Special pricing on wine is available different days of the week. Update: The winery is now called Grape Vine Springs Winery.
Kemah was the smallest location we had visited and they were bottling in the same room where we were doing a tasting. Today D’Vine Wine in Kemah has grown into Clear Creek Winery. We recently visited Clear Creek Winery and were impressed into how they have grown. If you look at the D’Vine Wine link above, you will also see D’Vine Galveston and after visiting Clear Creek Winery, we discovered that is because David Skinner owns both locations. Update: The Galveston location has closed but Clear Creek Winery is still going strong.
The Beaumont location, now called Cotton Creek Winery, is covered in a different post.
The Fort Worth location is called Cowtown Winery.
The following locations of D’Vine Wine have now closed:
The Fredericksburg location has a large tasting bar in addition to many tables and you can do a tasting at either place. There is a tasting fee for six wines and you get to keep the glass. The tastings are poured from the uncorked bottles. A wine club is available in Fredericksburg. Update: The Fredericksburg location is currently closed but is supposed to be relocating.
Update: The Lubbock location has closed.
During our trips between other wineries in Lubbock, we stopped in for lunch. Albert Bernal is the owner of the Lubbock location.
We learned the juice comes from California and then they are off to make their wine. You sit at a table to do a tasting and there is a nice atmosphere in the winery. The wines are poured from the uncorked bottles. There are happy hour prices and flights available for the wines.
As mentioned, we stopped in for lunch and they had a nice selection of Tapas and flatbreads which was very good.
A gift shop is available with wine accessories. Live music is also available at the winery.
D’Vine Wine Austin
There was a location in Austin but the week before I was planning on visiting, it had closed.