Tuscan in style, with bright red fruits, aromas of smoke, earth, and herbs.
Made from a grape that grows abundantly in the High Plains and produces a refreshing, crisp white wine you can enjoy all year long.
While many Texans were up late watching the Blood Moons, grape growers in the High Plains and the Hill Country spent their nights tending vines and hoping for the best. Both regions experienced below-freezing temperatures Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday nights, and late spring freezes like these are the sort of
"I don't know if it was the vintage, the vine age or the winemaking confidence, but that was a particularly motivating flight."
A vibrant, crisp white wine, just in time for warm Texas weather.