Texas Fine Wine’s New Commemorative Video for their 10th Anniversary

Texas Fine Wine Wineries are Celebrating their 10th Anniversary Together!

New winery videos and walkthrough tours express dedication to making world-class wines

Texas Fine Wine, a first-of-its-kind marketing group of four Texas wineries that organized in 2014 to promote their wines and wineries collectively, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Considered pioneers of the Texas wine industry, the members include Bending Branch Winery in Comfort, Duchman Family Winery in Driftwood, Pedernales Cellars in Stonewall and Spicewood Vineyards in Spicewood.

For the past 10 years, the Texas Fine Wine wineries have been committed to growing and sourcing the best fruit in the state, experimenting with new grapes and vineyard and winemaking techniques, and making exceptional wines that express Texas’ terroir. Collectively, they have won hundreds of top awards at some of the most prestigious international wine competitions.

“Texas Fine Wine was born to bring attention to the caliber of wines being made in Texas,” said Julie Kuhlken, co-founder of Pedernales Cellars. “Our mission has always been to tell the story about the climate, terroir and spirit of Texas wines by showcasing the diversity of wine styles and different winemaking philosophies within our group.

“Each of us brings a different lens to the industry, but collectively, we share an unequivocal commitment to making exceptional wines,” Kuhlken added.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary, Texas Fine Wine introduces a new commemorative video that provides a historical and future look at Texas wines, as well as new brand and walkthrough videos for each winery.

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Bending Branch Winery is the Tannat House of Texas. It is known for its intense wines – from the high acidity in Picpoul Blanc to the bold tannins in Tannat. The winery was co-founded in 2009 by Winemaker Bob Young, M.D., MPH, and his wife Brenda. Bending Branch uses innovative winemaking processes such as Cryo-Maceration and Flash Détente to improve the color, structure and flavor of red wines. Link to Bending Branch Winery videos.
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Working with the top growers in the state, Duchman Family Winery makes 100% Texas wines from carefully selected varieties suited for Texas, including many Italian grapes. Focusing on pure expression of fruit and Texas terroir, Duchman wines show precision, character and balance. Link to Duchman Family Winery videos.
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Pedernales Cellars specializes in Spanish and Rhone-style wines made from 100% Texas-sourced fruit. Its owners are sixth-generation Texans dedicated to handcrafted fine wines and sustainable practices. The estate vineyard, Kuhlken Vineyards, was planted in 1995 in Texas’ oldest AVA, Bell Mountain, which is within the Texas Hill Country AVA. Link to Pedernales Cellars videos.
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Spicewood Vineyards is one of the first Texas Hill Country wineries, established in 1992 and purchased by Ron Yates in 2007. It produces estate wines from 32 acres and a nearby 10-acre vineyard in Round Mountain. With a passion for Spanish varieties including Tempranillo, Graciano and Carignan, Spicewood Vineyards is also recognized for its estate Sauvignon Blanc. Link to Spicewood Vineyards videos.

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As part of its year-long celebration, Texas Fine Wine will hold events such as its recent Retrospective and Perspective tasting of library wines, current releases and barrel samples; September sunset cruise on Lake Austin; and annual Texas Wine Month dinner in October. It will also host tasting events and dinners around the state. For details, go to the Events page.

For more information, follow Texas Fine Wine on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube as well as its blog that includes Wine Wednesday features and other news stories.

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