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    Dan Gatlin on Texas Wines and Climate, Part I of II

    The post Dan Gatlin on Texas Wines and Climate, Part I of II appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. [Reproduced with permission] Texas Wine: the Conundrum for Media and Sommeliers Introduction After growing grapes for 34 years (in 8 vineyards with 43 varieties), one of t...

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    Texas Fine Wine intends to pour its way into the hearts of Sommeliers at 10TH anniversary TEXSOM

    It’s always hard to overcome negative perceptions. The Texas wine industry has that problem. Despite several years of massive quality improvements that have brought home trophies and medals in prestigious competitions, Texas wine is still roundly seen as sub-par. One bad ...

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      Review of Compass Rose Cellars Syrah 2012

      Texas Wine Lover - - 10 readers - The post Review of Compass Rose Cellars Syrah 2012 appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. By Guest Blogger Jeremy Wilson I first met Mark Watson when he was visiting Pedernales Cellars. I had the pleasure of hosting a private...

      The Austin Winery

      Texas Wine Lover - - 7 readers - The post The Austin Winery appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. http://theaustinwinery.com The Austin Winery is located on the east side of Austin and is an urban winery. Ross McLauchlan is the CEO and President who works o...

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      Review of Compass Rose Cellars Syrah 2012

      … The post Review of Compass Rose Cellars Syrah 2012 appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. By Guest Blogger Jeremy Wilson I first met Mark Watson when he was visiting Pedernales Cellars. I had the pleasure of hosting a private tasting for him in our reserve tasting room, along with a few other big names in the local wine industry. I knew right…

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      Dan Gatlin on Texas Wines and Climate, Part II of II

      … The post Dan Gatlin on Texas Wines and Climate, Part II of II appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. [Reproduced with permission] Previously Welcome to Part II of the series on hot-climate wine production. Part I stated that 70%+ of the issues with heat can be mitigated by humans. Unfortunately, these actions are expensive and laborious…

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      Dan Gatlin on Texas Wines and Climate, Part I of II

      … The post Dan Gatlin on Texas Wines and Climate, Part I of II appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. [Reproduced with permission] Texas Wine: the Conundrum for Media and Sommeliers Introduction After growing grapes for 34 years (in 8 vineyards with 43 varieties), one of the things I find most difficult to accept as I become a cranky old man…

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      At Texsom, Go For The Gold: Texas Monthly/Texas Fine Wine Reception

      … At Texsom, Go For The Gold: Texas Monthly/Texas Fine Wine Reception Celebrating one of the largest and most prominent wine education conferences for wine, spirits and beverage professionals, Texas Fine Wine is a proud sponsor of TEXSOM in its 10th year.  Texas Fine Wine will co-host with Texas Monthly a Hospitality Suite on Sunday, August 10…

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      Texas Fine Wine will be at TEXSOM Again this Year

      … The post Texas Fine Wine will be at TEXSOM Again this Year appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. CENTRAL TEXAS, July 21, 2014 – Celebrating one of the largest and most prominent wine education conferences for wine, spirits and beverage professionals, Texas Fine Wine is a proud sponsor of TEXSOM in its 10th year. Texas Fine Wine will co-host…

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      The Austin Winery

      … The post The Austin Winery appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. http://theaustinwinery.com The Austin Winery is located on the east side of Austin and is an urban winery. Ross McLauchlan is the CEO and President who works on sales and sourcing grapes while Cooper Anderson is the Vice President and head winemaker. Chief of Operations is Matt…

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      Randy Hester Winemaker – From Texas and Back Again

      … The post Randy Hester Winemaker – From Texas and Back Again appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. I met Randy and Brooke Hester last year at Newsom Grape Day. We talked briefly and I learned they were native Texans but currently living in California while making wines there with the name Lightning Wines. However, they would soon be moving back…

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      Texas winemakers hold ‘The Sip, Season One’ blind tasting event

      … Does Texas wine deserve a place on your table? Does it perform well enough to earn a spot on the world stage? That is exactly what a group of seven family-owned wineries set out to demonstrate a comparative blind tasting event, The Sip, Season One. Winemakers from Fall Creek Vineyards, Inwood Estates, Perissos Vineyards, Pontotoc Vineyard…

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