Texas South Wind Vineyard & Winery

West Cape Howe

Shiraz 2021

Really good quaffer. My first Western Australia Shiraz. Powerful but well rounded. Still wind and sun blasted from a day in the Whitsundays. 😎🇦🇺 — 6 months ago

Kim Crawford

Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2020

Oh baby, it's Sauv Blanc time again in Texas! The temp climbed over 75° and that was all I needed.

Pale gold color with a hint of green. Fresh, tart, crisp, passionfruit, pear, green apple. Really well balanced, doesn't grip too tight, with a lingering, pleasant finish. I'm a happy camper.
— 3 years ago

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Always a favorite for me!

S.C. Pannell

Langhorne Creek Montepulciano 2016

Plum, Dust and a little toffee. Fairly closed nose but with time in decanter notes of ginger and marjoram. Wine is a little shy on nose and palate. Tannins are supple and pliant. The following night a bit too cold from the fridge. Comes about because of this brute of a summer we are experiencing in Australia and particularly Queensland. Drought Wind Dust with high temperatures over 40 degrees C and Bushfires for weeks! — 4 years ago

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Stone House Vineyard

The Lyre Shiraz 2015

This Australian Shiraz is vibrant with fruits of plum and dark cherry, woven between soft spice and soft supple tannins. An enjoyable Barossa wine sold through Stone House Vintners of the Hill country of Texas — 2 years ago

Lodi Estates

Lodi Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

My 'saving-grace' wine during the South texas freeze-out. "Ripe, intense, classic and the ultimate expression of the king of all red wines" — 3 years ago

Alpha Box & Dice

Tarot McLaren Vale Grenache 2018

Philly natural wine #2. Carbonic Grenache had me dreaming of the carbonic Cab Franc from the Texas High Plains with @Brendan Devine. This doesn’t quite reach that rarefied air, but it’s good. Earthy, spicy tannins, and red fruits. Served chilled, would recommend. — 4 years ago

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Weingut Kees-Kieren

Graacher Domprobst Auslese *** Riesling Auction 2016

Jan A

Honeyed burnt citrus with muted apricots. Long finish. Quote from the winery:

The Graacher Domprobst is a “Große Lage”. Even before 1800 it was known that top wines can be produced from this site. The name Domprobst can be traced back to the fact that the interest income from the best vineyards was paid to the “Probst” of Trierer cathedral, who of course only choosed the best sites. The Graacher Domprobst has a slope of up to 70% with an optimal south-west orientation. The topography protects the vineyards from wind and frost and enables a very long ripening period.

The deep, slate soil dominated by clay minerals, together with the microclimatic conditions, enables the creation offinest fruit flavors and minerality. In combination with fine fruit acid, there is an incredible pleasure experience.

We use the grapes of the Domprobst to produce premium wines. In the dry wine sector, we recommend our Großes Gewächs, which must meet the strict criteria of the Bernkasteler Ring with regard to the quality of the grapes. In the noble sweet sector, the Auslese *** captivates with its distinctive fruit aroma and sweetness paired with fine acidity. The older vintages impress with their finesse and maturity, without showing any unpleasant aging marks.
— 2 years ago

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Mollydooker Wines

The Boxer Shiraz

What a great Shiraz. Fruity with a little spice it had a slightly acidic finish. However, it paired very well with a chicken I smoked and some West Texas jalapeño pinto beans. Good.... — 4 years ago

De Wetshof

Bon Vallon Chardonnay 2018

Limestone soil, huge diurnal shifts accelerated by wind. De Wetshof pioneered the first unoaked Chardonnay in the region. Sea salt, oyster, saline, fresh lemon, lemon zest, white peach, white pear, green apple, sour cream from malo, reductive, high dry extract with no oak. Gravelly on the palate. Racy acidity, medium body, medium plus finish, 13% abv. — 4 years ago

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