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    The post Texas Hill Country Wineries make changes to Texas Wine Month Trail appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. When Texas Wine Month Trail comes in October for the Texas Hill Country Wineries (THCW), there will be some changes from what wine trail veterans are used to.

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    Texsom 2014: Ten Years Old and Thanks to These Guys

    Drew Hendricks MS and James Tidwell MS: Founders of TEXSOM Texsom 2014: Ten Years Old and Thanks to These Guys We all have these guys (Drew Hendricks and Jame Tidwell) to thank them for creating what is today…TEXSOM! It started small and grew from it’s humble roots ten years ago to the preeminent position it has today.

    15 readers - By Vintage Texas Blog

      My Cup O’ Texas Chardonnay from Robert Clay Vineyards

      Vintage Texas Blog - - 11 readers - Dan McLaughlin at Robert Clay Vineyards My Cup O’ Texas Chardonnay from Robert Clay Vineyards It was in the dead of winter when I met Dan McLaughlin for the first time at Sandstone Cellars in Mason, Texas. I had seen a Facebook posting or two from his Robert Clay Vineyards, but not much more.

      Divine (and Gold Medal Winning) Wines of Eden Hill Vineyard

      Vintage Texas Blog - - 10 readers - Label Art from Eden Hill 2013 Divine White Divine (and Gold Medal Winning) Wines of Eden Hill Vineyard Every now and then, I taste a wine and makes me realize why I spend so much time tasting Texas wines. In this case, there were two: Eden Hill Vineyard 2013 Roussanne (Oswald Vineyard) and their 2013 Divine White.

      Texsom 2014: Sommeliers Get Beyond the Big Three

      Vintage Texas Blog - - 9 readers -   Texsom 2014: Sommeliers Get Beyond the Big Three The @ItalianWineGuy, Alfonso Cevola moderated an interesting tasting panel this morning at Texsom 2014. It had to be one of the most diverse sessions by far at this years conference.

      Review of Fiesta Winery’s Back Porch Sittin’

      Texas Wine Lover - - 8 readers - The post Review of Fiesta Winery’s Back Porch Sittin’ appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. Fiesta Winery… Laid back, fun and inviting, yet serious enough for the discerning wine aficionado. There are a handful of wineries I have yet to visit and taste in the Texas Hill Country and Fiesta was one of them.

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      …The post Texas Wine Lover Podcast Inaugural Episode – Pedernales Cellars appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. Jeremy Wilson has been doing wonderful wine reviews for the Texas Wine Lover® blog during the past few months. He and I have discussed the future of Texas Wine Lover and the ideas I have planned for adding to and improving the website…

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      Review of McPherson Cellars Les Copains Rosé 2013

      …The post Review of McPherson Cellars Les Copains Rosé 2013 appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. McPherson Cellars has hit it out of the park again with their 2013 Les Copains Dry Rosé. That should be no surprise as it has been winning awards around the country. The 2013 Les Copains Dry Rosé was a Grand Star winner for a Texas Rosé at the Lone Star…

      1 readers - By Texas Wine Lover

      Labor Day wine 2014

      …Rose with that barbecue? Labor Day weekend marks not just the end of summer, but the Wine Curmudgeon’s annual appearance at the Kerrville Fall Music Festival to talk about Texas wine (and to drive 5 mph). Whatever you do to enjoy the weekend, these wines will make it that much more interesting: • A to Z Pinot Gris 2013 ($13, purchased, 13…

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      The Wine Curmudgeon’s annual Kerrville Texas wine extravaganza

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      Epic Helicopters Offers Tours of Texas Wineries

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      Angelita Vineyard and Winery

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      GrapeFest Uncorked 2014 Preview

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      Review of Fiesta Winery’s Back Porch Sittin’

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      A Trio of Rosés: MacPhail Family Wines, Mcpherson Cellars, and B Cellars

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      Texsom 2014: Sommeliers Get Beyond the Big Three

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      9 readers - By Vintage Texas Blog

      Texsom 2014: Ten Years Old and Thanks to These Guys

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      My Cup O’ Texas Chardonnay from Robert Clay Vineyards

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      Texas Hill Country Wineries make changes to Texas Wine Month Trail

      … The post Texas Hill Country Wineries make changes to Texas Wine Month Trail appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. When Texas Wine Month Trail comes in October for the Texas Hill Country Wineries (THCW), there will be some changes from what wine trail veterans are used to. First the basics: The wine trail will be held from October 1-31…

      27 readers - By Texas Wine Lover

      Divine (and Gold Medal Winning) Wines of Eden Hill Vineyard

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