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.
Drink one (or all five, though maybe not on the same day) to celebrate International Tempranillo Day.
How to best explore the area between Johnson City and Fredericksburg.
A new marketing initiative led by some of the state's top wine producers has lofty ambitions of winning over an industry that has largely ignored Texas wines.
A crash course on how to enjoy the rich, fortified wine, including some options for "port-style" Texas wines.
The common thread: drink wine.
Due to record-breaking late spring frosts, this year’s grape harvest will go down in history as one of the worst.
This golden Viognier was recently took home the heralded Double Gold award from the Lyon International Wine Competition in France, the only American wine to do so.
This year kicks off with a Tempranillo for Texas Wine of the Month. By now, you should be fairly familiar with the prevalence of this grape. It’s turning heads in Texas blends (McPherson Cellars La Herencia) as well as in single-varietal wines (Inwood Estates Vineyards “Cornelius” Tempranillo). This month, we…