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Oak Cliff Cellars Celebrates Third Year In Dallas Market

by Steven Doyle       photos by Robert Bostick JR Richardson, president of Oak Cliff Cellars, held a reception Sunday to celebrate his third year of having his wines available in the Dallas area. The gathering was held at … Continue reading

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Oak Cliff Cellars Wine Dinner At Bridge Bistro Featuring Chef Joel Harloff

by Jennifer Thomas Chef Joel Harloff from the Second Floor restaurant in the Westin Galleria Dallas joins forces with JR Richardson, owner of Oak Cliff Cellars at a very special dinner this Wednesday evening at the Bridge Bistro in the … Continue reading

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Oak Cliff Cellars Dinner at Lavendou Tonight

by Steven Doyle Oak Cliff Cellars is hosting a very special Leap Year wine dinner tonight at  Lavendou Bistro Provencal located at 19009 Preston Rd. in Dallas. If you have not been to Lavendou or sampled Oak Cliff Cellars the … Continue reading

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Sampling Oak Cliff Cellars at City Cafe

by Steven Doyle Newsflash! They do not grow grapes in Oak Cliff. However, there is an Oak Cliff Cellars. Owner Jim “JR” Richardson lives in an Oak Cliff neighborhood with his wife Maria, but makes wine in Calistoga, California at … Continue reading

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Oak Cliff Cellars Releases Wine at Special Parigi Dinner

by Steven Doyle Oak Cliff Cellars is the California wine based in Oak Cliff.  Confused? Don’t be.  Many wineries in Texas are using California grapes. In 2007 the owners of Oak Cliff Cellars opened and are a fully-bonded commercial winery, … Continue reading

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Oak Cliff Wine Dinner at Mansion

by Steven Doyle Have you tried Oak Cliff Cellars wine which has been aggressively marketing their wines through a series of dinners across the city of Dallas? The dinners are always well thought out locations at the best DFW restaurants. If you have not … Continue reading

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