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Salud Winery

3939 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
713-522-8282
Wednesday 11a.m.-9p.m.
Thursday – Saturday 11a.m.-11p.m.

Lucky for Houstonians, Salud Winery happens to be a one stop shop for all of our oenophile needs. The winery on Montrose feature wine tastings and educational classes where their specially trained staff helps educate visitors on more than a dozen types of wines. Patrons are also encouraged to make their own wine through Salud’s crash course in custom wine creation. Go in with friends and pick the things that make your wine unique and revisit after 45 days to create labeling and drink your laborious hard work. The winery also offers wine hosting events that are perfect for bridal showes, birthday parties or get-togethers. Visit their website for more information: www.saludwinery.com.

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Free Pizza at The Tasting Room River Oaks

The Tasting Room in River Oaks offers a complimentary gourmet hand tossed pizza on Sundays and Mondays when visitors order a bottle of wine. You must be a member of The Black Door however, which is a free membership program so sign up now to take advantage of this great deal!

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“Beat the Heat” Summer Food and Wine Tasting

The Black Room is presenting “Beat the Heat,” a summer gourmet food and wine tasting on Saturday, July 31st from 1p.m.-4p.m. The event features summer recipes revealed by The Tasting Room’s executive chefs paired with over 30 specialty wines prepared for your taste buds. Join The Tasting Room in Uptown Park for door prizes, live music, nibbles, beautiful company and of course plenty of liquid courage.

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The Texas Sommelier Conference

The TexSom Conference is an exciting event that is held annually in various locations around Texas which promotes the standards and education for wine service and sommeliers. In addition to hosting numerous wine tastings and pairings, The conference this year will be held at The Four Seasons Resort and Club in Irving, Texas on August 15th & 16th. The event also features a Texas Sommelier Competition. For more information visit www.texsom.com.

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Cafe Mustache

Former wine bar So Vino Bistro has recently undergone a serious face lift which also includes a name and cuisine change. The restaurant’s new claim to fame has moved from wine to French fare. The tres chic joint offers delicacies like smoked salmon profiteroles, shrimp pernod and more. And don’t worry, there will still be wine. Grand opening: July 14th. (507 Westheimer Rd at Whitney; 713.524.1000. www.cafemoustache.com)