Jessica Dupuy -- DUPE JESSICA NORMAN DUPUY
A perfect send off to the hot summer days.
Despite late spring freezes and lower yields, winemakers in Texas feel good about this year's vintage.
A dry rosé that can be enjoyed year-round.
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."