The Wine: Kuhlman Cellars Calcaria, 2013 Who Likes It: Philippe Place, the General Manager of Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery in San Antonio. Originally from the Loire Valley of France, Place came to San Antonio fifteen years ago via the hospitality industry in London and Paris. He recently joined chef…
Wednesday night, at The Little Nell hotel in Aspen, the Court of Master Sommeliers announced the latest class of master sommeliers to earn a diploma for passing what has been referred to as one of the world’s hardest exams. This year, there were seven who passed, one of whom was Texas’…
Nine Texas dry rosés that will entice you to drink pink all summer long.
A native Texan with a sharp business mind honed at Rice University and the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, David Kuhlken didn’t originally aspire to be a winemaker. And yet, he’s making wine in Stonewall for Pedernales Cellars, a family operation that is among the…
A crisp, refreshing white wine, just in time for summer.
An exclusive selection of wines that best repesent the winners at this year’s competition.
Dry rosés are the perfect way to welcome warmer weather.
The brewery’s founder on the craft beer laws, his upcoming projects, and his company turning 21.
A guide to the wineries in the “Top of the Hill Country Wine Trail,” an area that spans Burnet, Bend, and San Saba.
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…
Seasonal specialties from some of the state’s leading craft breweries, including Buffalo Bayou, Real Ale, and Saint Arnold.
Celebrate by raising a glass filled with one of these concoctions from The Pastry War, Odd Duck, and Mexican Sugar.
A special field blend from the winery’s estate vineyard.
Craft brewery openings, expansions, and more.
Made from a grape that grows abundantly in the High Plains and produces a refreshing, crisp white wine you can enjoy all year long.
“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…
Or at least when it’s cold outside.
More than a dozen craft beers from Texas and beyond that will pair well with your holiday feast.