817 E 3rd Street
Contact: Jan Girouard
Hours of Operation: Tasting Room Hours, Thursdays 5-8, First Fridays 5-8, Saturdays 4-9
Girouard Vines is an urban winery located in the Bend Development of downtown Tulsa’s East Village District. The small, family owned and operated winery was
founded by Chris Girouard in 2007 to bring the fruit of his father’s hybrid vines to market.
George Girouard Hybrids are currently grown in small vineyards in South Tulsa and Alfalfa County, Oklahoma and in a block within the Heringer Estates Vineyard in Clarksburg, California. The Girouard Vines label offers a Dry Rose and a Red Blend. Girouard Vines is also proud to offer the Tulsa Deco Label.
As one of the top four Art Deco cities in the country, Tulsa’s rich history deserves to be honored with a special label. And as Tulsa’s only urban winery, Girouard Vines is the natural choice to produce that series.
Currently, there are six award-winning wines in the Tulsa Deco series (all produced from grapes grown and crushed in California). The six Tulsa Deco wines are a Sauvignon Blanc featuring the historic “Warehouse Market” on 11th and Elgin; “Fire Alarm Red” featuring the Public Workís Fire Alarm Building on 8th Street just
west of Peoria; a Cabernet Sauvignon honoring the “Westhope” residence,Tulsa’s only Frank Lloyd Wright structure; “Atlas Life”, a Chardonnay, featuring Downtown Tulsa’s Atlas Life Building that recently opened as a boutique hotel operated by Marriot; “Spotlight” Merlot, named after the Spotlight Theatre, the company that occupies the featured Riverside Studio, and our most recent release in the Tulsa Deco Series,. "Streamline CabFranc", a Cabernet Franc honoring one of the three distinct styles of Art Deco as well as "Bouilder on the Park" a classic Tulsa architectural inheritance from the Streamline style of the Art Deco movement.
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