Cowtown Winery is excited to open its Mule Alley location, located in the heart of Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards. With grapes fermented and bottled in Fort Worth, Cowtown Winery offers a range of wines for every taste. Patrons can sip on wines by the glass, bottle, or through wine flights and snack on charcuterie in-store or through take-out. Cowtown Winery is celebrating the Grand Opening of their Mule Alley location on Saturday, August 15.

In addition to offering a variety of wines including the 2019 Cavileer Cabernet Sauvignon, 2019 Blueberry Cabernet Sauvignon, 2017 Ghost Wine, 2019 Yellow Rose, 2017 Stockyard Peach and much more, Cowtown Winery also offers the below experiences.

Ghost Tours:

This historic location is able to offer many unique, one of a kind experiences, like their walking Ghost Tour through the Fort Worth Stockyards. Patrons can enjoy a glass of wine while learning about the haunting    history of Mule Alley and the Fort Worth Stockyards. 

Blending Class:

Cowtown Winery also offers guests a chance to design their own custom wines in a Blending Class, perfect for a date night or party setting. Guests can enjoy a glass of their final creation along with a cheese and meat platter and even bottle up their unique blend to take home. 

Winery Tours:

Pull back the curtain and see how it all happens during a winery tour! Patrons can let the winemaker walk them through the journey of turning grape juice into their favorite wines! Participants will be able to see all the equipment, learn the different processes it takes, discuss the vineyards and of course sample a couple of wines.


Saturday, August 15 


128 E. Exchange Ave., Suite 610 Fort Worth, Texas 76164



Mule Alley is a carefully curated collection of restaurants, eateries, entertainment venues, shops, heritage brands, and creative workplaces located in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards. As part of one of the most iconic travel destinations in the world, the new Mule Alley project transcends typical development and brings an area in the district that was once vibrant back to life. After six years of planning, Stockyards Heritage Development Co. set out to revive the 108-year-old original horse and mule barns into aniconic destination shopping and dining district. Mule Alley features legacy stores and restaurants including Shake Shack, Lucchese Bootmaker, Provender Hall, and MB Mercantile, and is set to welcome additional tenants in the upcoming months, including King Ranch, Proper Supply Co., Cowtown Winery, Biscuit Bar, Wrangler, Second Rodeo Brewing, and many more. For more information visit mulealleyfortworth.com and keep up to date on social media by following @mulealley. 



Stockyards Heritage Development Co. is a partnership between nationally recognized developer Majestic Realty Co. and Fort Worth’s Hickman Investments. Created with the intention of thoughtfully reimagining the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, the company is dedicated to preserving the National Historic District legacy while elevating it with experiences for today’s guests. Accomplished through a public/private partnership with the City of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, the project’s first phase, Mule Alley, broke ground in the fall of 2018 to include the renovation of the destination’s historic,108-year-old horse and mule barns into a street of curated shops, restaurants, retail and office spaces. The project also includes the ground-up development of the area’s first four-star Marriott Autograph Collection boutique hotel and rustic resort, Hotel Drover, which is set to open in the fall of 2020. 

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