Jessica Dupuy -- DUPE JESSICA NORMAN DUPUY
TEXSOM, the nation's largest wine education conference, celebrated its ten-year anniverary, and Joelle Cousins, who works at Austin's Red Room Lounge, was named the best Texas sommelier in 2014, the sixth time an Austinite has taken home the honor.
A big red grape from Southern Italy takes root in a Central Texas vineyard.
Go on. Pour yourself a cold drink on a hot day.
This month’s pick is made from Sangiovese, a well known Italian red grape variety. But in the spirit of the season, this particular wine is a lighter version of red wine—a classic example of a rich rosé.
With the rising global demand for bourbon, large producers face a shortage—an opportunity Texas distilleries are keen to take advantage of.
"I don't know if it was the vintage, the vine age or the winemaking confidence, but that was a particularly motivating flight."
A vibrant, crisp white wine, just in time for warm Texas weather.
A new marketing initiative led by some of the state's top wine producers has lofty ambitions of winning over an industry that has largely ignored Texas wines.
How Don Pullum of Sandstone Cellars is turning this sleepy little Hill Country town into a stronghold for Texas wines.
This bold red blend made from grapes typically grown in Portugal is from one of the Hill Country’s newest wineries and one of the region's youngest wine makers.