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Drink what you love, love what you drink

 

 

Our Wines

OUR PLACE

Two Brother Winery opened in Old Town Keller in late summer on November 29, 2019 (Black Friday).  Our goal is to give our guests a place where they can meet up with friends and share stories over a glass of wine.  We’d love for you to stop in for a glass or stay to take part in a tasting to find your favorite Two Brothers Wine.  Once you pick your favorite you can take a bottle or two (or 3 or 4 or ...) home with you to enjoy.

 

Tracy’s Tidbits

Tracy’s Tidbits

Cheers to you and yours, I pray everyone continues to stay safe along with social distancing.  At Two Brothers Winery we have been blessed with the support of the community with our curbside and delivery service.  During this time, I hope if left you time to reflect, time to enjoy family, time to readjust to a simpler quieter time. As for me and my family which now consists of my husband, myself and our two dogs.  We have worked in the yard, worked on the house, cleaned out the garage, sat outside, took long walks, had deep and not so deep conversations and we are still speaking to each other.


I love to look up facts and often times find myself laughing to myself with comical facts so here you go. Enjoy and I look forward to seeing you soon in the tasting room.

 

  1. On average, dogs have better eyesight than humans, although not as colorful.
  2. The duckbill platypus can store as many as six hundred worms in the pouches of its cheeks.
  3. The lifespan of a squirrel is about nine years.
  4. North American oysters do not make pearls of any value.
  5. Human birth control pills work on gorillas.
  6. Many sharks lay eggs, but hammerheads give birth to live babies that look like very small duplicates of their parents. Young hammerheads are usually born headfirst, with the tip of their hammer-shaped head folded backward to make them more streamlined for birth.
  7. Gorillas sleep as much as fourteen hours per day.
  8. A biological reserve has been made for golden toads because they are so rare.
  9. There are more than fifty different kinds of kangaroos.
  10. Jellyfish like salt water. A rainy season often reduces the jellyfish population by putting more fresh water into normally salty waters where they live.
  11. The female lion does ninety percent of the hunting.
  12. The odds of seeing three albino deer at once are one in seventy-nine billion, yet one man in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin, took a picture of three albino deer in the woods.
  13. A group of twelve or more cows is called a flink.
  14. Cats often rub up against people and furniture to lay their scent and mark their territory. They do it this way, as opposed to the way dogs do it, because they have scent glands in their faces.
  15. Cats sleep up to eighteen hours a day, but never quite as deep as humans. Instead, they fall asleep quickly and wake up intermittently to check to see if their environment is still safe.
  16. Catnip, or Nepeta cataria, is an herb with nepetalactone in it. Many think that when cats inhale nepetalactone, it affects hormones that arouse sexual feelings, or at least alter their brain functioning to make them feel "high." Catnip was originally made, using nepetalactone as a natural bug repellant, but roaming cats would rip up the plants before they could be put to their intended task.
  17. The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans ages the equivalent of five human years for every day they live, so they usually die after about fourteen days. When stressed, though, the worm goes into a comatose state that can last for two or more months. The human equivalent would be to sleep for about two hundred years.
  18. You can tell the sex of a horse by its teeth. Most males have 40, females have 36.
  19. The 57 on Heinz ketchup bottle represents the varieties of pickle the company once had.
  20. Your stomach produces a new layer of mucus every two weeks - otherwise it will digest itself.

Reopen Texas Hours and UPDATE

We will be able to open the tasting room and patio THIS FRIDAY, MAY 22nd at 25% capacity!

We will continue to take every precaution, following all the guidelines from Governor Abbott and the TABC, sanitizing and practicing respiratory hygiene as well. From the start of the pandemic we have had Enviro-Master Services come in once a week to perform their Virus Vaporizer Service and we will continue to with that service.

We are beyond excited to be able to open, even if it's at 25% capacity.

And again, THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!! WE GREATLY APPRECIATE IT!

God bless,
Your TBW Family

Hours of Operation :

Sunday - 1pm to 7pm

Monday - Closed **

Tuesday - Saturday - 2pm to 8pm

** OPEN Monday - Memorial Day (5/25/2020) 2pm to 8pm **

Our Mission

At Two Brothers Winery, our mission as a family-owned business is to provide our customers with memorable moments and quality wines that are made right here in our fermentation room. We provide an excellent selection of wines with something for everyone.  Whether you are new to this wine drinking thing or you are an experienced wine-o, we have something for you! Our hope is that you will enjoy your experience at Two Brothers Winery and will come back to celebrate many landmark moments with us.   If you are a Keller resident, live in one of the surrounding cities, or you’re just passing through our goal is that you enjoy every moment with us. At Two Brothers Winery our motto is: “Drink what you love, love what you drink!”

Donna Kirkwood
 
October 29, 2019 | Donna Kirkwood

Our Journey

How Two Brothers Winery started  Continue »

Donna Kirkwood
 
October 9, 2019 | Donna Kirkwood

Coming Soon

Construction started in February of 2019 and we are looking to open in November 2019.  Continue »


Eddie & Donna Kirkwood - Owners


Eddie and his wife Donna grew up in the Carrollton TX area and both graduated from RL Turner High School.  After high school they both went their separate ways and soon found their way back to each other (When God has a plan He’s gonna make it happen).  They married in 1996 and had their 1st child, Lindsea, in 1997.  In 2001 they moved from Carrollton to Houston for Eddie’s job and then eventually transferred back from Houston and decided to make Keller their home in 2003.    Soon after their arrival in Keller Eddie began his career in the insurance industry and Donna began to work in the Keller School District.  Fast forward a few years, while working in the school district Donna met a young man that would soon become their 2nd child.  In 2009 Michael became a part of the Kirkwood family and the rest is history.   Eddie and Donna still run their thriving insurance agency in the heart of Old Town Keller but their love for travel and wine sparked a dream to one day open up a local winery AND so Two Brothers Winery is born. Dreams can come true...


Brian & Stephanie Kirkwood - Owners


Brian grew up in Carrollton TX graduated from RL Turner High School.  Stephanie was born in Massachusetts and grew up in the Tucson AZ area.  After high school she moved to the Dallas area, where she met her first husband and had her son Robert.  A few years later, Brian and Stephanie met and dated for many years before getting married in 1996.  Brian and Robert spent most of Robert’s childhood bonding in the Boy Scouts and both are Eagle Scouts.  Stephanie works for the airlines and Brian in the IT industry.  They both love traveling and seeing new places.  Neither were big wine drinkers until a friend in the wine business started out with the sweet German Rieslings.  When Eddie and Donna discussed the opportunity to join them starting Two Brothers Winery, Stephanie couldn’t say yes fast enough.


Greg Espinoza - Owner/Education


Greg grew up in Keller when it was a one stop light town. He graduated from Keller High School in 1993 and went on to receive his Bachelors in Marketing from Southwest Texas State University. Greg has spent the last 16 years leading sales teams in the Tax & Accounting industry. While down in San Marcos he met the love of his life, Stephanie and they have been happily married 20 years. They have two boys Vince and Joaquin. In his spare time Greg loves to CrossFit, travel with the family and learning about wine. Also he has a passion for BBQ’ing which has sparked him to start a side business called Espinoza Spice Company. Greg looks forward to educating our customers about our fantastic wines and processes.

 


Stephanie Espinoza - Owner/Marketing


Stephanie is originally from Laredo, Texas and moved away to attend Southwest Texas State University in pursuit of a Communication Degree.  While in college, she met the love of her life, Greg and together they have two great boys, Vince and Joaquin that they have raised in the Keller area.  Steph is pretty engrafted in the Kirkwood lives as she is a longtime family friend and also does their social media marketing for their insurance agency in Old Town Keller.  Steph loves to watch her boys play football, Crossfit and hang out with family and friends especially when that involves researching wine.  With that being said, when the Kirkwood’s had this crazy idea of opening up a winery she knew it was meant to be and wanted to be part of it.


Tracy Herring - Lead Wine Consultant


Tracy grew up in Haltom City, which is right down the way from Keller. She later moved to Houston and graduated from Klein High School. Soon after, she worked in the oil and gas industry for six years but her heart was still in DFW. So she headed back, this time finding herself in Dallas. While working in Dallas she met David, whom she later married. Together they have two children, Christopher and Amanda, both of whom are grown and married. Tracy’s background is in Facilities and Maintenance in the retail and construction industry.

Tracy has been friends with Eddie and Donna since they started their insurance agency. When they approached her about managing the tasting room she jumped at the opportunity. You see, Tracy has had the privilege of traveling the world and has found that there is nothing better than a good glass of wine with family and friends. With that being said, she could not resist leaving Corporate America to work alongside friends, especially working for Two “Kirkwood” Brothers.

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