One of Texas’ most interesting brand-new wine makers is making huge relocations– figuratively, yes, however likewise physically, with a moving to Central Austin today. Wine for the People, established by Rae Wilson, is moving from one shared house with C.L. Butaud Wines in Dripping Springs to a brand-new shared area inCentral Austin While C.L. Butaud will stay at its Fitzhugh Road place, Wine for the People will now share a sweet corner of Spread andCo café at 1601 W 38th St.
Located in the Jefferson Square Center at 35th Street and Kerbey Lane, Spread andCo explains itself as “a grazing board business turned cheese-centric coffee shop”– the best pairing for a wine maker like Wine for the People, which formally opens in the area on Friday, November 18.
According to a release, the brand-new shared area will welcome Austinites to delight in flights and glasses from Wilson’s portfolio of low intervention red wines. A grazing menu from Spread & &Co will consist of cheese and charcuterie boards, readily available in little and big, which we like to consider “individual” and “I may share, I may not.” The menu will likewise include seasonable burrata, an on-trend butter board, turning tinned fish, and more.
The red wine menu will vary from seasonal tasting flights and reserve tasting flights to private glasses and bottles. Additional advantages are readily available for existing members of the People’s Cellar, Wine for the People’s Wine Club, consisting of club exclusives, library red wines, and more.
Spread & &Co runs from 9 am to 3 pm Tuesdays through Sundays with their breakfast and lunch menu. Wine for the People will then take over from 4 pm to 9 pm Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday, and 4 pm to 10 pm Friday andSaturday