It was a year of accomplice apes, bedraggled Bugattis, Christlike Cheetos, dim-witted deli-owning Democrats, egregious errata, fatal foreplay, gun-toting golfers, heartless high school hoopsters, ignoble implants, jackass judges, killer Kims, laughingstock legislators, miniature museum mummies, nincompoop ne’er-do-wells, overwhelming odors, pandering Perry, quazy Quaids, reassuring Riddle, shameless Stanford, territorial T. Boone, useful urine, vituperative vixens, weaponized waitresses, x-alted XXX clubs, yolky yahoos, and zero-tolerance zealots.
January 1, 2010 | Feature
This Cabernet Sauvignon from Kiepersol Estates is aged in stainless steel tanks, which lets the grape, grown in Tyler, shine through.
April 26, 2013 | by Jessica Dupuy -- DUPE JESSICA NORMAN DUPUY | Spirits
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.
February 21, 2014 | by Jessica Dupuy -- DUPE JESSICA NORMAN DUPUY | SPIRITS
Inwood Estates takes a Chardonnay grape and blends it with the less well known Spanish Palomino grape commonly used in Sherry to create a white wine that balances crisp acidity with bold fruit and complexity.
May 29, 2013 | by Jessica Dupuy -- DUPE JESSICA NORMAN DUPUY | Spirits
Mike Finger of the San Antonio Express-News looks back on “the precise moment when UT transformed from a college football superpower into a bumbling, inept program.”
June 3, 2013 | by Jason Cohen | Hook 'Em