Texas High Plains, Texas

Bending Branch Winery

Reddy Vineyard Mourvedre 2016

Cognac in the mouth, light, not as much taste as I wanted. Lacking complexity. — 5 days ago

Adega Vinho

Reserve Texas High Plains Tempranillo 2013

Lovely, light-bodied, excellent with food or alone.

June 2021
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Marcel Lapierre

Morgon Gamay 2019

The nondescript "N" in the bottom corner of the back label means this is the hard to find Sans Soufre version of Lapierre's Morgon. I believe 2021 was first time it's touched Texas soil. It's the more alive version. The wilder, riskier, more outspoken version. It's chatty and conversational, less raw and abrasive. Texture too - a big boy with loaded concentration and high velocity acid. Perfumed cherry raspberry, rose petal, forest earth, pine, and clove. — a day ago

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Adega Vinho

PinoFleri Mourvedre 2017

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. — 19 days ago

King Family Vineyards

Mountain Plains Monticello Merlot

So rich and full bodied — so Cali of Matthieu! Rich tannins close out the dark berry compote acid energy. 1st meal with brisket and 2nd with Texas keto chili. Cheers! — 3 months ago

Peter Jakob Kühn

Quarzit trocken Riesling 2017

German Riesling with a medium yellow hue. On the nose it is fresh with wet stone, a mineral scent, green apple and heavy citrus scents. The mouthfeel is abundant with deep citrus flavors of lemon, lime, tart pear, Granny Smith apple, and some tertiary white peach flavors as well. This wine has a medium plus body, high acidity, and it is bone dry. At four years old, the acidity’s liveliness is impressive, and on its own it may be a bit overwhelming. However, if paired with pork or other rich-in-fat foods this is will shine right through and steal the show. Be wise; I paired with Texas Style Brisket and pork baby back ribs, what can I say, a new classic for me. Cheers. — 3 months ago

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EVS Wines

Windblown Texas High Plains Red Blend 2016

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

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Better than I expected it to be. This is a very good effort for their first vintage. — a month ago

The Austin Winery

Opening Ceremony Texas High Plains Rosé of Merlot

Lovely. Fabulous rich, vibrant nose. Gently sweet rosé wine. — 3 months ago