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Dallas bids farewell to Calais Winery this weekend with big sale

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Sad news for Dallas wine lovers: Calais Winery in Deep Ellum lost its expansion battle with the city of Dallas, and they are moving to the Hill Country. They will close up shop at 3000 Commerce St. on June 28th.

The good news is that before owner Benjamin Calais packs up and leaves for Hye, Texas, he wants to reduce his stock as much as possible.

If you want to get some remarkable wines at discount bin prices, this week is your last chance. Final hours are:
Friday June 27th (3 PM to 10 PM)
Saturday June 28th (12 PM to 10 PM)

You may also call 214-453-2548 for a private appointment.
Rebecca Marmaduke will post notes about her conversation with the wine maker and his parting thoughts next week. 

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