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Articles by Jessica Dupuy
Feb 27, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
This month, we’re launching a new column to introduce Texas Monthly readers to the people behind Texas Wine. Sometimes it helps to know a little bit about the person behind the wine in your glass. Todd Webster is the winemaker for Brennan Vineyards, a winery in Comanche located halfway between…
Feb 17, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
A special field blend from the winery’s estate vineyard.
Jan 28, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
Made from a grape that grows abundantly in the High Plains and produces a refreshing, crisp white wine you can enjoy all year long.
Jan 21, 2015 — By Jessica Dupuy
“Can you tell me which Texas wine to try? I have a hard time knowing what to look for at the store.” This is question I get all the time. After tasting hundreds of Texas wines throughout the year—and in my life—it’s become a sort of personal…
Nov 21, 2014 — By Jessica Dupuy
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.
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