Texas Tempranillo – It’s Coming on Strong (Survey Results); Consumers, You Better Get Ready

Texas Tempranillo – It’s Coming on Strong (Survey Results); Consumers, You Better Get Ready. There’s a Lot of Good Texas

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Texas Gulf Coast Wine Country – Old Place, New Opportunity

  Texas Gulf Coast Wine Country – Old Place, New Opportunity It was cold and damp this morning, but after

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Ten Things We Learned at #DLW09 Conference & Taste-Off and #Texsom

Ten Things We Learned at #DLW09 Conference & Taste-Off and #Texsom Last weekend I attended the GO TEXAN DrinkLocalWine.com Conference (www.drinklocalwine.com)

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A Land of Limestone Ledges and Red Sandy Soil: Part 2

A Land of Limestone Ledges and Red Sandy Soil: Part 2 Continued from: http://vintagetexas.com/blog/?p=790 In my search to define Texas

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Drinking In a Bit of Texas History

Drinking In a Bit of Texas History Entry 2 – The Texas High Plains Vineyard Planting Tour Continues from http://vintagetexas.com/blog/?p=652….

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Dear Lord, We Could Use a Little Rain and Please Keep the Frost Away

Dear Lord, We Could Use a Little Rain and Please Keep the Frost Away Entry 1 – The Start of

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North Texas Tour Entry 7 – Lone Oak Winery, Last Stop before Home

North Texas Trip Entry 7 – Lone Oak Winery, Last Stop before Home As my previous day’s travels ended, I

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Terroir: A “Land – Man” Conjunction

Terroir: A “Land – Man” Conjunction Earlier this year, I visited the Texas High Plains to observe the grape harvest.

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