Texas winery Lost Draw Cellars is opening a brand-new winery and tasting space inJohnson City The brand-new center is at 1686 United States Highway 290, where its moms and dad business, William Chris Wine Company, currently has 7 acres of vineyards. It will open on Thursday, December 8.
The brand-new Lost Draw Cellars center will have a 9,260 square-foot winery and tasting space created by the common regional designer company Michael Hsu Office ofArchitecture It will consist of a public tasting space, club member tasting space, covered deck, retailer, workplaces, and an outside bar. There will likewise be a kitchen area, which the group prepares to utilize for little bites and charcuterie, broadening to full-service later. The center will concentrate on Lost Draw’s white wines, which utilize one hundred percent Texas- grown grapes.
As part of this preliminary opening, the brand-new tasting space will be open for weekends through completion of the month/year with red wine tastings and cheeses from Antonelli’s.
Lost Draw’s other tasting room, which opened in Fredericksburg in 2014, and will stay open, though most likely with some tweaks to its name and format.
Lost Draw Cellars was established in 2012 by Andrew Sides, Troy Ottmers, andAndy Timmons In 2020, Lost Draw merged with fellow Texas wine makers William Chris Vineyards to form William Chris Wine Company, with Lost Draw ending up being a brand name under that umbrella. Sides is the COO of William Chris Wine Company, which he keeps up William Chris Vineyards co-founderChris Brundrett
Update, December 6, 11:24 a.m.: This short article, initially released on July 22, has actually been upgraded to consist of Lost Draw’s Johnson City tasting space opening date.