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Manifesto: The Texas Wine Discussion Starts with Diurnal Temperature Swings, But Goes So Much Further

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The Wine I Drank Last Night: Chateau La Dominique 2000 St. Emillion

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Calais Winery – French Winemaking, Spanish-Style Grapes and Texas High Plains Grape Growing. Savor It While You Can!

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Claret

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