Dallas wine shops???

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Dallas wine shops???

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In Dallas for the weekend and did not see any wine shop recommendations here. Staying in Deep Ellum. Any good Wine shops with strong Old World selections Worth checking out?
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#2 Post by Michael O'Brien »

Sorry. I don't check the board every day so I am too late to help since you are here only for the weekend. Wine shops are closed on Sundays. Post again if you head back to Dallas. Pogo's usually has a nice selection but it tends to be a little more expensive. https://www.pogoswine.com/ and then there are the large chain shops like Spec's and Total Wine.
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Second for Pogo’s. They do mark up a bit, but they have a really good selection.

If you are still there, try Central Market. They generally have some good bottles.
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#4 Post by Jeff P »

La Cave is the other good one and closer to the center of uptown/downtown. Pogo's has a great selection but isn't cheap! TW is really recent release focused.
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