Stay Up to Date on Texas Wines: Online Articles, Columns and Blogs

Stay Up to Date on Texas Wines: Online Articles, Columns and Blogs

Never before has it been so easy to stay up to date on happenings in the Texas wine industry. So much of the information now is online coming to you from magazine articles, newspaper columns and blog postings. Here is a short summary of recent coverage on Texas wines:

Texas Wine Coverage / Wine Country Goes Wild

Hispanically Speaking News / Marketers Scramble After Research Indicates an Increase in Hispanic Wine Drinkers in Texas

Sealy News / Catch my drift? Experts request vineyard neighbors be considerate, cautious with herbicides

Austin Business Journal / Chrysler to sponsor wine and food festival

San Antonio Express-News / A taste for perfect pairs

Dallas Morning News / Where to look for Texas bluebonnets

Montgomery County Courier / White wines, light reds emerge with spring

Dallas Morning News / Texas wine producers fear cuts in state funding will crush their business

PRWeb / Clark Gardens Spring Festival, March 26 and 27 Offers Edutainment Opportunities “For Your Best Life… Go Green”

Dallas Morning News / Texas wine industry says it would be staggered by loss of public subsidy

Blogs of Interest

Dallas Observer City of Ate Blog / Sip, Savor and See How You’re Making a Difference

D Magazine SideDish Blog / A Winos Guide to Savor Dallas 2011

Teachers for Higher / In Texas, Agriculture And Viticulture, Your Culture!

VintageTexas / Top Texas wine, the 2009 Becker Vineyards Viognier, Goes for $100,000 at Houston Rodeo Auction

Texas Monthly Eat My Words Blog / Texas Wine of the Month: Pedernales Cellars Tempranillo, 2009

D Magazine SideDish Blog / Lines Stop the Stroll at Savor Dallas 2011 / Highlights 3/20 to 3/26: Wine Roads of Texas Documentary

VintageTexas / Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Bud Break in Texas Wine Country

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