Pedernales Cellars

Pedernales Cellars


Was great room temp- full bodied, fruity — a month ago

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Texas GSM Grenache Blend

Ripe cherry aromas and flavors with notes of herb and molasses and a dry finish — 5 years ago

Nikkisa Christian
with Nikkisa

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Reserve Texas Tempranillo

Nice and easy drinking Tempranillo. Alcoholic boss with strong aldehydes but soft body, ruby raspberries and blueberries. Light spice and almost no tannins. Easy. — 6 years ago

Eric BennettJenn Tucker
with Eric and Jenn

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Texas High Plains Grenache 2020

The 2020 Pedernales Texas High Plains Grenache carries alcohol at a lofty 15.3% abv, but the color is only medium-dark and the mouthfeel is surprisingly light. The nose brings strawberry, raspberry and blackberry aromas, while the palate is rich in red fruit. The tannins are firm, yet the wine has a silky feel in the mouth. Not exactly what I was expecting, but delightful nonetheless. — 3 months ago

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Reserve Bingham Vineyard Red Blend 2014

This is an awesome Texas Red — 5 years ago

Matt DuncanAbby SpellmannCharla Jackson
with Matt, Abby and 1 other

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Block One Tempranillo Blend

Texas reds get no love, but this one is pretty good. — 6 years ago

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Kyla Kuhlken Vineyard Tempranillo Rosé 2019

This wine shows a beautiful salmon orange color, along with a nose of strawberries, an herbal quality and tangerine peel. The palate lays out red cherry flavors laced with citrus minerality and a razor-sharp acidity which really refreshes. It is bold and even brawny, in a way - unusual for a sparkling rosé but entirely welcome. — 3 months ago

Paul, John and 2 others liked this

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Kuhlken Vineyards Reserve Red Blend 2016

Great red that’s enjoyed best with great people! — 4 years ago

Abby SpellmannMatt DuncanCharla Jackson
with Abby, Matt and 1 other

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Texas Family Reserve Red Blend 2014

Texas wine. I can't remember the blend and the label doesn't tell me. But it's Tempranillo based. Tastes like a Rhone blend to me. It's a big wine by Texas standards (yes I get the irony) because most Texas wines I've tried are lighter. But this is still pretty light on its feet. Shows bright acidity, but is also framed by round tannin and a touch of oak. Cigar box, blue red fruit, currant, and a touch of mocha. — 6 years ago

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Nice note.
David Hale Smith

David Hale Smith

Great note! I'm a big fan of the whole program at Pedernales.