Most Popular Blog Posts on VintageTexas in January 2011

Most Popular Blog Posts on VintageTexas in January 2011 2010 Top Ten Texas Wines from VintageTexas: Installment #1 The Wine in Spain Comes Mainly with the Cuisine – 1 What Texas Wine Goes with the “Big Apple” 2010 Top Ten Texas Wines from VintageTexas: Installment #2 Wine Quiz #2 – …

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When Wineslingers Meet, Some Wine is Likely to Get Spilled

When Wineslingers Meet, Some Wine is Likely to Get Spilled Tuesday night was the night, Houston was the place, and Patranella’s Italian Restaurant near the newly developed Washington Avenue strip was the venue. That’s where I met up with fellow wineslinger Jeremy Parzen (www.dobianchi.com). I decided on my stash of …

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FLASH: 7th Buffalo Gap Wine & Food Summit Features Jacques Pépin and Grapes from the Rhone Valley

FLASH: 7th Buffalo Gap Wine & Food Summit Features French Chef/Author Jacques Pépin and Grapes from the Rhone Valley Internationally recognized French chef, television personality, and author, Jacques Pépin, will make his first appearance, together with his daughter, Claudine Pépin, at the  Buffalo Gap Wine and Food Summit April 15-17, 2011, at …

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Messina Hof Winery Announces the Expansion of Its Award-Winning Brand into the Texas Hill Country

Messina Hof Winery Announces the Expansion of Its Award-Winning Brand into the Texas Hill Country Messina Hof is expanding into the Texas Hill Country with the purchase of a second Messina Hof Winery and Resort location, announced Paul and Merrill Bonarrigo, co-founders of Messina Hof Winery & Resort in Bryan, …

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Appellation of Origin/American Viticultural Area

VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Appellation of Origin/American Viticultural Area When a winery in the United States wants to tell you the geographic pedigree of its wine, it uses a reference on its label called an Appellation of Origin. Appellations are defined either by political boundaries, such as the name …

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Write Off the Vine – Texas Wine News: January 21, 2011

Write Off the Vine – Texas Wine News: January 21, 2011 Texas Wine of the Month: Val Verde Winery, Don Luis Tawny Port by Jessica Dupuy (Texas Monthly – Eat My Words) If I were a betting gal, I’d wager few of you could guess the oldest continuously running vineyard …

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2011 Texas Hill Country Wineries Road Show Tastings: First Stop… Fort Worth

2011 Texas Hill Country Wineries Road Show Tastings: First Stop… Fort Worth It’s High Time to Get Some Mighty Fine Texas Wine! In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Texas Hill Country AVA and 20 years of winemaking in the Hill Country, Texas Hill Country Wineries are hitting the …

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On the Texas Gulf Coast, It’s Time to Start the New Vintage with the Grape Growers Field Day in Cat Spring

On the Texas Gulf Coast, It’s Time to Start the New Vintage with the Grape Growers Field Day in Cat Spring The Texas AgriLife Extension Service and Austin County Grape Growers Committee will co-sponsor the 19th annual Gulf Coast Grape Growers Field Day on Feb. 11 in Cat Spring, about …

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Spanish Wines to Texas Wines

VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Spanish Wines to Texas Wines If you live in Texas and want to get a good idea of the potential this state has in terms of wine production, go to Spain and take a look around. The prevailing dry climate and sandy soils of Spain …

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