Nice light red Montepulciano from TX. Fruit forward, young and a tad sweet. Will probably pick up more on my next trip to the hill country. 2016 vintage, pp was $25. — 11 days ago
Fall Creek Vineyards Lescalo Chenin Blanc 2019, Texas
Pale lemon in color, almost see through.
Very aromatic nose of white flowers, grapefruits, limes, green apples, spices, honey and minerals.
Medium bodied with medium plus acidity.
Dry on the palate with lemons, citrus, green apples, grapefruits, spices, honeysuckle, earth, light river rocks and sea salt.
Tangy finish with light almonds.
This is a nice and easy drinking Chenin Blanc from Texas. Tangy and interesting.
The nose is kind of sweet, suggesting a sweet palate, yet it's dry. Really enjoyed the nose.
Good by itself or with food. I paired it with Ahi Tuna Sashimi.
A blend of 90% Chenin Blanc and 10% Sauvignon Blanc.
9.8% alcohol by volume.
$18. — a month ago
pairs nicely with showers and hot summers — a month ago
Cognac in the mouth, light, not as much taste as I wanted. Lacking complexity. — 9 days ago
100% Mourvèdre grown in Texas High Plains at Buena Suerte Vineyards. Cellar aged 18+ months in New French, American & Neutral Oak barrels. Lovely from start to finish. — 23 days ago
McPherson Cellars EVS Windblown 2016: Dark fruits. Plum. Prune. Pepper. Spice. Balanced dry finish. Consisting of 25% Mourvèdre, 25% Petite Sirah, 23% Carignan, 18% Syrah & 9% Grenache, this Texas High Plains red blend is an outstanding selection with great value & versatility. Just like the label states “Windblown brings together three essential elements, Earth Vine Sky to bring out the true Texas terroir”. Cheers 🍷 — a month ago
A wonderful red wine blend, worthy of the best Texas red wine selection award — a month ago
Fantastischer Riesling von der Saar — 8 days ago
Another great red blend hit from Ron Yates — a month ago
They say hold 5-7 years, and I’m telling you that this wine is still perfection. Wish I had another bottle. Aged perfectly and ever so smooth. Enjoyed June 2021 — a month ago