C.L. Butaud (pronounced C.L. ′byü tō) is a winery that features 100% Texas grapes. Their C.L. Butaud Tempranillo is an "excellent" example of their wines. You will notice that it does not have a "fruit bomb" taste but "your mouth is filled with delicious fruit". Once you taste it, you will notice that it "has a perfumed nose of black cherry, herb, green pepper". They also have other wines which you can enjoy especially if you are a wine club member. Their C.L. Butaud Rosé has soft aromas of blossom, red berry, and butterscotch. They make a few hundred cases of wine yearly and their wines are sold primarily to members of their mailing list.
The Duval Market calls itself an "upgraded version of a convenience store." The owners are big supporters of local businesses and carry several local products like artisan chocolates, snacks, jerky, and more. Organic, gluten-free, vegan products are available as well! Their drinks selection is also notable! Browse through the store for their "enormous wine selection and craft beers" as well as the always-available and freshly-made coffee of different flavors and syrups!
Non-dairy ice cream in the house! NadaMoo is an Austin-based “dairy-free ice cream shop” that offers scoops of its popular coconut milk-based ice cream flavors, like the mint chip, birthday cake cookie dough, maple pecan, and snicker doodle. Everything is available in cup, cone, or milkshake format. NadaMoo is not only delicious, but the prices at the scoop shop are very reasonable too compared to most hip ice cream shops. Keeping with the theme, NadaMoo is also serving vegan baked foods and coffee with dairy-free creamers. They also have gluten-free waffle cones that are incredible! Though it is Dairy free, the taste of their ice cream has not been compromised. All the flavors are so good and it's definitely worth checking out.
Texas Sake Company has a "very relaxed setting with plenty of different sakes to pick from". They make sake "the old-fashioned way, and the sake they make is fruity and smooth". Their "sample flight came with four different types of sake - Junmai, Nigori, Nama, and Oak". The staff is "friendly and informative". Visiting them is "definitely a unique experience in Texas and worth the adventure". It is a "small venue, but great staff and products" and "each Sake have a great taste, and the options are diverse". They also have "a front outside area with a few games to play and misters to keep cool".
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