Texas Wine Of The Month: Yellow City Cellars Dead Flowers Rosé

Provence-inspired, Texas-made. This summer rosé will have you sipping on the front porch long past sunset. 

Cheers to the Fourth of July

Looking for a festive way to celebrate Independence Day? We’ve got a roundup of summer sippers perfect for any patriot party.

Texas Wine of the Month: Duchman Family Winery Sangiovese, 2012

Tuscan in style, with bright red fruits, aromas of smoke, earth, and herbs.

McPherson Cellars Launches One of the First Nationally-Distributed Texas Wines

Kim McPherson of McPherson Cellars launches one of the first nationally-distributed Texas wines in collaboration with California Winemaker, Dave Phinney’s Locations brand, with the simple name that says it all: TX.

Texas Wine of the Month: Pedernales Cellars Vermentino 2014

A crisp, refreshing white wine, just in time for summer. 

9 Best in Show Texas Wines From the TEXSOM International Wine Awards

An exclusive selection of wines that best repesent the winners at this year’s competition.

A Guide to Touring Wineries in the Hill Country

A guide to the wineries in the “Top of the Hill Country Wine Trail,” an area that spans Burnet, Bend, and San Saba. 

Texas Wine of the Month: William Chris Vineyards Syrah Rosé

Dry rosés are the perfect way to welcome warmer weather. 

Texas Wine of the Month: Spicewood Vineyards "The Good Guy" Red Wine Blend, 2012

A special field blend from the winery’s estate vineyard.

Texas Wine of the Month: Duchman Family Winery Trebbiano, 2012

Made from a grape that grows abundantly in the High Plains and produces a refreshing, crisp white wine you can enjoy all year long.

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.