Wines, Whiskey, and Tequila Best Served Cold

Or at least when it’s cold outside.

Best Texas Wines of 2014

A list of the best Texas wines released this year, including the top reds, whites, and rosés you should be tasting right now.

Texas Grape Grower Opens His Own Winery

High Plains grape grower, Andy Timmons of Lost Draw Vineyards has fast become a leading force in the Texas wine industry, and now he’s opening his own winery. We talk grapes, technology, wine and how to take Texas to a new chapter in American winemaking. 

Texas Wine of the Month: William Chris Vineyards Mary Ruth 2013

A white wine that pairs well with most Thanksgiving feasts.

Top 5 Texas Tempranillos

Drink one (or all five, though maybe not on the same day) to celebrate International Tempranillo Day.

Fall Creek Vineyards Comes to Driftwood

One of the state’s oldest and most respected wineries embarks on a new beginning with a second Hill Country location.

Brewers Share Their Picks For Their Favorite Fall Texas Beers

Austin Beerworks Einhorn, Real Ale Brewing Company’s 18th Anniversary Gose, and Live Oak Brewing Company’s Hefeweissen, just to name a few.

Texas Wine of the Month: Lewis Wines Swim Spot White Wine, 2013

A perfect send off to the hot summer days.

The 2014 Texas Grape Harvest: Quality Over Quantity

Despite late spring freezes and lower yields, winemakers in Texas feel good about this year’s vintage.

Texas Wine of the Month: McPherson Cellars Les Copains Rosé, 2013

A dry rosé that can be enjoyed year-round.

A Big Year for Texas and Austin's Sommelier Communities

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.

Texas Wine of the Month: Perissos Vineyard and Winery Aglianico, 2012

A big red grape from Southern Italy takes root in a Central Texas vineyard.