This pic is of a Texas wine from local Spicewood Vineyards. It’s smooth and easy to drink.
50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Merlot, Aged 20 months in 50% new French oak and 50% neutral oak — 2 years ago
This is delish. Just add Texas heat creeping in and this makes for another perfect Spring/Summer patio chill wine. (I am developing a quarantine theme...). Raspberries, red cherries, and maybe some granny apples. Refreshing Rosato for the red wine lovers. Plus I just love Acorn - a great value/quality buy. If ever in Sonoma, stop by and visit Betty and Bill to hear all about their wines and their passion. — 2 years ago
No one really knows who left this one on the table, but it had some really stiff competition. This one wins the award for the most intriguing and the "betcha would have never guessed this to be a chard" chard. Very light lemongrass nose. Definitely sweeter nose, but didn't scream chard to me. The entry is light, no butter, little minerality, mostly lemon and lime. Very enjoyable. This Alexander Valley chard would have gone the best alongside a swimming pool and 105 degree Texas heat. Finished with crisp notes. Very pleased with this wine, but again I am 1000% certain that it would have taken someone from Garden Creek to have recognized this wine in the lineup of chards that we had tonight. — 4 years ago
Lovely Sauvignon Blanc that was part of a welcome gift for my wife & I during our recent staycation at the brand new Westin hotel here in our very own Texas Medical Center. Perfect wine to sip on while watching the sun go down from the terrace. — 2 years ago
Great wine from Lubbock. Thanks Llano — 4 years ago
Just a good wine. Grandfather collected Rafanelli from the mid 90’s till Mississippi cracked down on shipping wine to the state in 2010. Brought a couple bottles back for him from Texas. While I attribute the 1998 Terrace Select Cab as the wine that really got me into wine, I overall still lean towards their Zin’s. — 2 years ago
Very light & easy Chardonnay. Hit the spot with some small snacks after a pretty long day in July, in Texas. 👍🏼 — 4 years ago