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Best Dallas Wine Bars and Restaurants with Coravin Wine Lists

September 16, 2022

Written By Brielle Buckler

They say everything is bigger in Texas…including restaurants’ lists of wines by the glass, thanks to Coravin! If you’re making your way down to Dallas, save this list so you know where you can explore the world through your wine selection.

1. The French Room

The Adolphus Hotel boasts this beautiful French restaurant, featuring a daily High Tea menu with Champagne and still wines by the glass thanks to Coravin Sparkling & Timeless Model 3. Turn up in your best for caviar, scones, and finger sandwiches, and head to the French Room Salon for enjoy a 42-piece art collection including contemporary drawings, collages, photographs and paintings from a variety of Texan artists.

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Georgie’s Dallas

Executive Chef Curtis Stone showcases his Aussie roots at this upscale Dallas steakhouse. Georgie’s uses the Coravin Sparkling, Pivot, and Timeless Model 3 to offer an extensive wine-by-the-glass menu to accompany the diverse slate of dishes. Keep things light with a la carte oysters and Champagne, or opt for the indulgent with the 3- or 5-course tasting menu with optional wine pairings.

55 Seventy

Looking for the perfect place to store and manage your own wine collection and find new favorites? Recently opened 55 Seventy, a wine cellar and tasting room in Preston Center offers wine by the glass thanks to Coravin – without the restaurant markup. Membership at 55 Seventy grants you access to social events, happy hours, live music, and more, plus a discount on cellar lockers. Collectors will love the flexible storage options, from mini cases (6 bottles) to custom walk-in storage for up to 400 cases! Protect your collection, and take advantage of dozens of tastings with top-rated, small-production wineries and wine dinners with leading chefs.

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4. Tre Mogli Cucina Italia

This new Italian hot spot in Fort Worth by Chef Stefon Rishel is the fourth concept in the Trident Restaurant Group portfolio. Meaning “three wives” in Italian, the name is a tribute to the restauranteurs and their families. Here, all wines are poured by the glass poured using a Coravin Pivot and offers a robust list to pair with the traditional and coastal Italian-inspired cuisine. Try delicious appetizer options like the Cacio e Pepe fritter or opt for family-style entrees like the Veal Scallopini or Bolognese (regulars rave that the homemade pastas shine here). Happy Hour in the two full-service bars is daily from 3-5pm – don’t miss it!

5. Ellerbe Fine Foods

This Fort Worth farm to table fine dining staple since 2009, showcases fresh local and seasonal ingredients in a non-stuffy, relaxed environment. An extensive wine by the glass menu is consistently evolving thanks to the Coravin Pivot, Coravin Timeless Timeless Three, and Coravin Sparkling. Chef Molly McCook was a 2020 James Beard Foundation Semi-Finalist, and has developed a menu perfect for vegans, vegetarians, and meat-eaters alike. Menus are rotational – including the wine list. Enjoy widely-enjoyed options and small-production, rare varietals curated for the wine novice or enthusiast. For the latter, Ellerbe also offers a service called “White Glove, Purple Teeth” which includes in-home wine cellar organization packages, on-premises wine classes and tastings, and other concierge services. Keep an eye on the menu, and make this a frequent stop in your restaurant rotation. 

Have other favorite watering holes or restaurants you’d like to see added to this list? Send us note and let us know. Want the wine by the glass experience at home? Explore our lineup of Coravin systems to determine which system(s) are right for you!


Brielle Buckler (she/her), founder of Viva la Vino (on Instagram as @vivalavino_nyc) , is a wine enthusiast who loves rare varietals, busting wine myths, and making the world of wine more approachable. While Brielle is typically based in the NYC area, she has been traveling the country by car for the past year, hosting virtual wine tastings from the road (check out her brick background – it’s a backdrop she brings with her!). The philosophy of Viva la Vino is that wine is only good if you like it, and Brielle is passionate about helping wine drinkers of all levels understand what qualities they prefer in wine and why. She wants to help others be more confident ordering wine in a restaurant or asking for recommendations in a wine shop. Brielle currently holds her WSET II certification and is waiting to sit for her WSET III exam.