Texas Wines Heading South? What Texans Can Learn From The Texas Grape Production and Variety Survey

Texas Wines Heading South? What Texans Can Learn From The Texas Grape Production and Variety Survey To some wine consumers,

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Top Ten VintageTexas Blogs of 2011 (and Two More)

Top Ten VintageTexas Blogs of 2011 (and Two More) I just did the tally of the most popular (most accessed)

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UPDATE: What I’m Doing for the First International Tempranillo Day – September 1, 2011

UPDATE: What I’m Doing for the First International Tempranillo Day – September 1, 2011 TAPAS recently announced the first International

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A Bottle Full of Memories and Rainbows

A Bottle Full of Memories and Rainbows Last night I came home from an invigorating workout and opened my wine

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Grayson College Outreach Profiles Series Seminars Starts for Fall 2010 with Winemaking of Argentina

Grayson College Outreach Seminar Profiles Series Starts for Fall 2010 with Winemaking of Argentina The first seminar in the Grayson

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Guilty As Charged. Texas WineSlinger Admits, “I Drink Foreign Wine”

Guilty As Charged. Texas WineSlinger Admits, “I Drink Foreign Wine” Yep! That’s right, I said it. It is a full

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French Country Wines: An Unexpected Joy That I “Could-Tannat” Pass Up

French Country Wines: An Unexpected Joy That I “Could-Tannat” Pass Up There is a gem of a place hidden on

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Dry Desert and Good Texas Wine Meet at Monte Sec Vineyard

  Dry Desert and Good Texas Wine Meet at Monte Sec Vineyard A pale orange sunset backlit the darkening city with

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Winemaking Starts in Texas

Winemaking Starts in Texas: A Retrospective “Tasting” with Father Garcia de San Francisco y Zuniga “When we entered the region,

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