Smoky aromas with jammy fruit, blackberry, and boysenberry with hints of cedar and eucalyptus. The flavors are big and rich with fruity red cherry and blackberry, smoky and oaky with minerals in the background, and cedar flavors in the finish. ~ for wine club members only
Tempranillo, Merlot, Dolcetto, and Cabernet Sauvignon are blended to creat flavors of blackberry and dried figs as bold and adventurous as the Texas High Plains. ~ Silver Medal, 2016 San Francisco International Wine Competition
Medium body with fruity aromas of strawberry, raspberry, and smoke. The mouthfeel is lush with berrylicious flavors of strawberry and cherry with just a hint of minerality in the finish. ~ for wine club members only
Dugout is a full bodied blend that combines the scent of aged leather with the bold flavor of cranberry and a buttery finish. It is an oak aged blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc. ~ Gold Medal, 2016 Houston Livestock & Rodeo Wine Competition
Smoky, black tar, blackberry with aromatic mint notes. Juicy mouthfeel, very velvety, with fruity flavors of blackberry and black cherry. Good tannins with oak and smoke flavors in a jammy package that is very enjoyable and pleasing. Pure pleasure in a glass.
Lighter appearance with floral aromatics and an impression of tart fruit. Very raspberry flavor with notes of sour cherry and a tangy finish.
This Tempranillo has been aged 18 months in oak and has flavors of plum and cinnamon spice. ~ Silver medal - 2016 Lone Star Wine Competition
This blend of Mourvèdre and Tempranillo has the fruity taste of strawberries, medium body and fruit forward. ~ Silver, 2015 Lone Star International Wine Competition
Viognier is a Texas white wine favorite. It has a taste of honeysuckle complemented by a mild floral scent. ~ Gold medal winner at the 2017 San Antonio Rodeo International Wine Competition. ~ for wine club members only
This Chardonnay gives way to the flavor of fresh, crisp green apple. A refreshing wine that ends in a quick, clean finish perfect for sipping on a hot summer afternoon. ~ Silver medal, 2016 Lone Star Wine Competition
This white wine is a smooth blend of Trebbiano, Vermentino, Roussanne, Viognier, and Chardonnay with a medium body ending with a hint of apple. ~ six time award winner including a Silver medal at the 2016 San Francisco International Wine Competition
This Roussanne boasts a light, pleasant aroma with a taste of pear. ~ for wine club members only; Gold medal winner 2016 Lone Star Wine Competition and best in class
This dry rosé made from Mourvèdre grapes grown on the High Plains of Texas has a distinct flavor of strawberry and a pleasant dark cherry and chocolate aroma.
Trebbiano is mild and easy drinking, a very approachable wine for connoisseurs and new wine explorers alike.
This Vermentino sports a fruity aroma and a crisp, bright taste with a hint of citrus. A San Antonio Rodeo Competition buckle winner for reserve class champion!
Viognier is a Texas white wine favorite. It has a taste of honeysuckle complemented by a mild floral scent. ~ Silver medal winner at 2016 San Francisco International Wine Competition
Golden yellow with a touch of effervescence. Aromas of green grape, apple, and sweet floral notes with a touch of lagar aromatics. The flavors are reminiscent of lager and cider with a note of sour apple in the finish. ~ for wine club members only
This sweet red wine blend of Texas High Plains grown grapes has the aroma of dark cherry and a strong pomegranate flavor.
Almost clear and a touch of effervescence with fruity aromas of banana, pineapple, peach, and a note of soda pop carbonation. The flavors are clean and crisp with sour melon, green grape, and kiwi.
This wine has a sweet pear aroma that mimics the taste of this wine, ending with a light, bright finish.
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