Heard It Through The Grapevine: The Wineslinger Chronicles to debut Saturday, Feb. 18th at TWGGA Conference
“With wine now made in all fifty states, the gift of the gods is on the way to becoming a national drink. But each state has unique growing situations, and it’s not yet certain where truly great American wine will be produced. In The Wineslinger Chronicles, Russ Kane tells the tale of Texas wine in an educational, friendly style. . . . So sit back and enjoy both Texas wines and Kane’s book.” — GEORGE M. TABER, author of Judgment of Paris
If you’re among the wine-and-grape-industry professionals attending this year’s Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association (TWGGA) Annual Conference in San Marcos, TX, Feb. 16-18, you’ll be able to attend a brief release ceremony and catch a brief reading by the Texas Wineslinger himself, Doc Russ Kane, during Saturday’s Learning Luncheon, 12:00-1:45, with book signing and sales to follow that afternoon and prior to TWGGA’s Gala and Auction Dinner that evening.
At the Live Auction, following dinner, I will offer up the first copy of The Wineslinger Chronicles (Numero Uno) which I will personalize and autograph for the winning bidder. So, bid high and big often.
These events will kick off the release of my new book, in Texas and nationwide, of The Wineslinger Chronicles: Texas on the Vine, a delicious collection of essays on Texas wine culture and history cultivated over the author’s years of blogging at VintageTexas.com.
But, if you can’t attend this event, you’ll have the chance to meet the Wineslinger at events around the state this spring, in Fredericksburg, Houston, Austin and Lubbock.
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Touring Texas wine culture with one of the state’s best known connoisseurs
The Wineslinger Chronicles
Texas on the Vine
Russell D. Kane
Foreword by Doug Frost
$29.95 | cloth | 978-0-89672-738-0
$19.95 | e-book | 978-0-89672-744-1
To purchase a personalized and autographed copy of the book online, go to: http://wineslinger.net/purchase-book/
For reviews of The Wineslinger Chronicles, go to: http://wineslinger.net/book-reviews/
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can I come saturday to visit the booths in San Marcos.
I only learned about this Conference this week from Haak winery.
Please email me back with Location and details
Peter Lee Doyle
See details at: http://www.txwines.org/conference/