Early Medals Showed Texas Winemaking Potential, Those in Recent Years Show Its Success

It must have been jubilation for winery owner and winemaker Bobby Cox of Lubbock’s Pheasant Ridge Winery following the 1985

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Know about Texas Cinsault? Let Randy Hester of C.L. Butaud help you.

My Grenache and Cinsault are similar, produced exactly the same way – old school, Rhone-style.

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The “Roussanne Advantage”: The White Grape for Texas

Roussanne, the best white grape for Texas – It can handle was all Texas weather can throw at it and makes great wine, too!

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These Are a Few of my Favorite Texas Wines I Tasted, 2021 Edition – Part 2

If you saw part one of my “These Are a Few of my Favorite Texas Wines…” blog, welcome back for

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John Rivenburgh (Rye – Vin – Berg), Tell me about your Red Zin

“In full discloser, I’m a bit surprised how well this wine turned out”, said winemaker John Rivenburgh (aka Rye –

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These Are a Few of my Favorite Texas Wines I Tasted, 2021 Edition – Part 1

Well, we are at the end of another year. When I look back over the past 12 months, I close

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Holiday Time is Always the Right Time for Sharing The Wineslinger Chronicles

Books are always in fashion, a perfect gift for those that share your love of life and love of wine.

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“In the Room Where It Happened” and on Zoom… Competition for Periwinkle Foundation’s Iron Sommelier 2021

Lead Photo Credit: Samantha Nicole Tisci RESULTS: At the end of the evening, Justin Vann, Nancy’s Hustle, took home the title of Iron Sommelier

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