He turned water into wine.
And for thousands of years, that stood as the greatest wine-related miracle ever.
Then, Thursday happened.
Or more specifically, Vino Venue happened: a worldly tapas bar from the Atlanta Wine School founder with meat plates, carryout beers and a bunch of wine that pours itself, opening Thursday in Dunwoody.
Okay, so it’s a bar. One with big, wooden communal tables, seductive lighting and, throughout the dining room, a few dozen spouts of self-pouring wine.
Grab a date (or a friend who’s extremely parched) and head to this wine cellar of a spot. Get situated at a counter-height table. Get a bunch of food of the bite-size ilk (like duck foie gras pâté and chocolate-and-sea-salt-dipped bacon). Then, turn your attention to the by-the-glass wine. All 50 varieties and their respective Enomatic taps.
Of course, if you’d prefer to learn about wine rather than sip it, well, that’s a little weird. But they do offer in-house wine classes, and there’s a concierge on staff who can book you a Tuscan vineyard vacation if you’d like. And you’d like.
Send us a postcard.