Denver-based winery Infinite Monkey Theorem is moving its only Texas winery in Austin from off South Congress at 121 Pickle Road over to the Govalle neighborhood at 702 Shady Lane in 2019. The South Austin winery and taproom will stay open through the month of January 2019, and it is now open reopen in the new East Austin address as of Tuesday, April 30.
Ahead of the move, Infinite Monkey Theorem is selling a lot of its wine bottles and cans at discounts from Saturday and Sunday, April 20 and 21.
Infinite Monkey Theorem is also working on opening a tasting room up in Dallas, though further details weren’t provided.
The new East Austin location, which is more than twice the size of its original Austin one, will allow the winery to focus on making completely Texas wines, expand its Texas offerings, and up its wine production. There will be a tasting room with a lounge and views into the wine production areas, plus outdoor space.
Currently, Infinite’s Pickle Road tasting room hosts roasted chicken pop-up Austin Rotisserie. Eater reached out to find out what its future plans are.
Co-owners Aaron Berman and Ben Parsons (who is also the winemaker) opened the first Infinite in 2008 in Denver. They expanded to Texas with the Austin winery in 2015. On deck are bottled and canned wines, as well as ciders.
This article has been updated to reflect how long Infinite Monkey will remain open at its original location.
Update, April 19, 2019: This article has been updated to reflect Infinite Monkey’s moving plans and new reopening date