Austin Monthly: Grape Escapes

May 01, 2015

Urban wineries are all the rage in other cool cities, so why not Austin? This eponymous spot, a model of industrial chic on the East Side, isn’t linked to a specific vineyard. It procures its grapes from a coterie of small grape growers in this state and beyond. With a bee-themed label alluding to its eco-aware philosophies, the winery sells vino in both bottles and barrels. Our favorite? The Old Vine zinfandel right from the tap. $15 tastings, book in advance. 

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