JAZZMASTERS at the ARTISAN | Friday Editions

Two Corks and a Bottle is your Uptown Dallas winery and piano bar! Join us for Happy Hour every Tuesday through Friday from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. and take advantage of 25% off wine by the glass or 15% off wine by the bottle, drank in the winery.

Our custom wines are produced and bottled right here in our winery and are sourced from the finest grapes worldwide. We offer wine club memberships, wine flights, wine tastings, wine bottling parties, and a variety of accessories. We're happy to help you host a networking or another event, too!

Check our website for our hours of operation, live music events, and other information.

We hope to see you here! You're always welcome!

(Using GPS? Plug in 2650 Laclede St, Dallas to arrive at our front door. There's plenty of free parking on the street or in the AMLI Quadrangle first floor parking garage.)

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