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Arturo Flores (left) and Eduardo Mendoza at their shop, Vinito.Arturo Flores and Eduardo Mendoza can’t help but smile when they talk about Mexican wine. Standing inside their five-month-old, 330–square-foot wine shop, Vinito, their effusiveness lights up their faces. With their neat haircuts and trim button-downs, they resemble the proprietors of a big city storefront rather than one in the rapidly gentrifying neighborhood of Oak Cliff, just south of downtown Dallas. Located near the corner of Polk and Jefferson, Vinito sits along the edge of the historic Latino commercial district. It’s across from a torta joint and around the corner from a taqueria. Of course one of the first Mexican wine shops in Texas fits right in. During our conversation, a woman and her boyfriend enter the shop, taking stock of the space, with its white-painted brick…

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