Articles by Jessica Dupuy
Sep 30, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
A red-wine blend that stands up well to barbecue and Tex-Mex.
Sep 17, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
Comfort Bending Branch Winery’s Tannat grapes, a dark, inky variety from Southwest France and Uruguay, make for innovative wines with rich fruit concentration and grippy tannin. 2012 Estate Tannat, CM, $60. Del Rio Val Verde Winery, founded in this sleepy border city in 1883, is the state’s…
Aug 28, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
A wine that showcases the terroir and climate of cool nights in the High Plains.
Jul 17, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
Provence inspired, Texas made, this summer rosé will have you sipping on the front porch long past sunset.
Jul 16, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
How Wes Mickel, a trained chef and hobbyist beer brewer found his way to being one of the first cider makers in Texas is a question he still asks himself on a regular basis. The Arkansas native took on the challenge of making cider from Texas-grown apples purely by happenstance.
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