Wine specialist Vino Volo and travel retailer Paradies Lagardère have opened two new Texas-themed wine bars, Vino Volo High Plains and Vino Volo Hill Country, at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
The Vino Volo Hill Country concept was inspired by a variety of Texas wineries, including Pedernales Cellars, Duchman Winery and William Chris Vineyards, and was influenced by the geography of Fredericksburg, Texas, part of the famous Hill Country. The new bar features an extensive wine selection that guests can purchase by the glass, flight or by bottle to take with them. The restaurant can also ship bottles for customers. The menu features snacks, entrees and desserts designed to pair with the wine offered, including charcuterie boards with a variety of meat and cheeses.
“Vino Volo has been a long-term partner with Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, and we’re excited to showcase local Texas wines at our new locations. We have loyal fans around the globe and maintain our position as the airport market leader in North America because of the knowledge, hospitality and passion delivered by our wine associates and staff,” said Mark Sill, senior vice president, Vino Volo.
“Travelers at Austin-Bergstrom will find a variety of superior quality wines, local blends made right here in Texas, and wine flights and retail bottles for sale, as we’re the only airport wine bar to offer this. We offer unique experiences that enable guests to taste, learn and enjoy.”