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What Are Texas Grape Growers and Winemakers Doing to Build a “Real” Texas Wine Industry

What Are Texas Grape Growers and Winemakers Doing to Build a “Real” Texas Wine Industry? Or, Who will be the

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The New Texas Wine Business Model: Response to “The Bacchus Rewrite” Blog

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Wicked Weather in the Vineyard: An Open Letter 5/22/2013

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Manifesto: Time for Texas Wineries to Ask Wine Consumers to Taste & Tweet #TXwine

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The Right Time for Baking Methodist Cake: A Pairing of Food, Wine and Family Tradition

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And You Thought That Texas Wines Were Only for the Moment! Earlier this week I perused an online article on

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