Join in for TXwine Twitter Tuesday to Taste & Tweet Texas Tempranillos

TXwine Twitter Tuesday at 7 p.m. Central Time on November 13th

Join in for TXwine Twitter Tuesday to Taste & Tweet Texas Tempranillos

Austin’s Denise Clarke (@DeniseClarkeTX), and Houston’s Jeff Cope (@TXwineLover) and I (@VintageTexas) invite you to join the next TXwine Twitter Tuesday at 7 p.m. Central Time on November 13th. This month we will celebrate Texas Tempranillo, the red grape of Texas, and if time allows, we hope to hear about  your Texas wine month adventures.

We have an open tasting list for the event and ask that you select one or more of the following Texas Tempranillos and blends:

You can also check your Spec’s, Total Wine or other local wine shops/markets and wineries for the Texas Tempranillo selection near you.

Once you have your wines, get a few munchies and invite your friends and fellow Twitter-buddies to join you. Have them bring another Tempranillo to share. Remember on TXwine Twitter Tuesdays, more wine and people mean more fun for all. You can also post photos of your Twitter party. Remember to taste, tweet and repeat!

Photo courtesy of vinesleuth.com

To participate in the TXwine Twitter Tuesday tasting on November 13th, remember to include #TXwine in your tweets.

NOTE: If you’re new to Twitter, here’s how you participate:  just sign up for a free Twitter account at www.twitter.com. You can also go to the Tweetchat room set up for #TXwine (http://tweetchat.com/room/TXwine). No registration is required; you can login using your Twitter account info. In the Tweetchat room, participants are invited to follow tweets, add comments or tasting notes and share thoughts as participants taste and discuss the wines.

On TweetChat the hastag will be added automatically. If using TweetDeck or another Twitter application, you will need to add #TXwine in your Tweets.

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6 Comments

    • Bobby, this is an open tasting night. People will be free to bring on whatever Texas Tempranillo they want. You da man, Bobby! Bring it on…. 🙂

      Russ

  1. The Sweet Tempranillo is what Jennifer and I had. It’s not that sweet and with the Thai food it was GREAT!

    • Come on Bobby bring it on for Texas Twitter Tuesday.

      I’ve had it and like it. It reminds me of a Joven Tempranillo if made by someone in Beaujolais with all the great and fruity carbonic maceration and a hint of RS. Put in a few fruits and a few cubes and you got an out of sight summer drink too.

      Fun stuff.

      Russ

  2. Tempranillo has so many faces and this one is SOOO attractive. Easy soft, fruity and the bottle is empty very quickly.

  3. Will the market embrace Tempranillo? As I consult with new growers the question is “can the market handle MORE Tempranillo?” what say y’all?

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