A red-wine blend that stands up well to barbecue and Tex-Mex.
Provence inspired, Texas made, this summer rosé will have you sipping on the front porch long past sunset.
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.
A white wine that pairs well with most Thanksgiving feasts.
A big and bold Texas red.
A perfect send off to the hot summer days.
A dry rosé that can be enjoyed year-round.
A big red grape from Southern Italy takes root in a Central Texas vineyard.
This month’s selection, a robust and bold red wine, is produced in the small town of Comfort, Texas, by the Bending Branch Winery. Their Texas Tannat combines a striking mélange of rich color, palate-pleasing tannin, and a balance of dark fruit and rustic earthiness, a well-rounded introduction to a wine
This month’s pick is made from Sangiovese, a well known Italian red grape variety. But in the spirit of the season, this particular wine is a lighter version of red wine—a classic example of a rich rosé.
A vibrant, crisp white wine, just in time for warm Texas weather.
This bold red blend made from grapes typically grown in Portugal is from one of the Hill Country’s newest wineries and one of the region's youngest wine makers.
The Wine: Spicewood Vineyards “Estate” Tempranillo 2012, Texas Hill Country Who Likes It: Bill Elsey, advanced sommelier and general manager of the Red Room Lounge in Austin. Elsey got his start in the wine industry eight years ago while working in the Tasting Room at Duchman Family Winery. The
Bill Blackmon and Chris Brundrett of William Chris Vineyards in Hye, Texas, created the Artist Blend, an expression of Texas terroir.
This month’s pick comes from a relatively new winery located up in San Saba that’s proving this sleepy little ranching town is more than just “The Pecan Capital of the World.”
This month's selection comes from vineyards near...Galveston? It's also a tantalizing spin on the Portuguese classic dessert wine.
A Tempranillo blend, El Sueño is a special wine that Kim McPherson, one of the state’s leading winemakers, created to run exclusively at Max’s Wine Dive.
The two master sommeliers who crafted the wine menu for Arro, a new French restaurant in Austin, like the full body and acidity of this chenin blanc from Kim McPherson's winery.
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.
Inwood Estates takes a Chardonnay grape and blends it with the less well known Spanish Palomino grape commonly used in Sherry to create a white wine that balances crisp acidity with bold fruit and complexity.
This Cabernet Sauvignon from Kiepersol Estates is aged in stainless steel tanks, which lets the grape, grown in Tyler, shine through.
As we transition into summer, nothing welcomes warm weather better than a good rosé, especially when it’s made in a classic French dry style.
A red wine blend.
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