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Our 2017 Lahey (Texas) Trebbiano is an Italian grape varietal that tends to have a mellow citrus flavor. The wine has was bottled March 15, 2018 and is a perfect selection for the spring and summer months. Pairs well with fish, shellfish, and white cheeses such as feta and chevre.
Sourced from vineyards located in the Texas High Plains, this wine is a blend of Muscat Canelli and Orange Muscat. Originating in the Mediterranean and Italian regions, the muscat varietals are known for being highly aromatic and their dry, semi-sweet, and/or sweet finishes.
Sauvignon Blanc is a French varietal and believed to be a cousin of Chennin Blanc. Our wine is crisp, aromatic, and zesty with light pear notes and a medium acidity.
Sourced from the Texas High Plains, Malvasia Bianca is originally an Italian grape variety used to produce dry wines. Our wine has a light minerality to it with dry peach notes.
With notes of pear, light honey suckle, honey do melon and citrus, this Rose will finish with a light spice at the end. It pairs nicely with grilled pork, and spicy food to your liking.
A fun name and great wine.
Sourced from the Texas High Plains, this varietal originated in France, became widely popular in Uruguay vineyards, and has become the wine sought by Texas consumers. It is known to be deep, dark, dry, and rustic. This wine has wonderful tannins and pairs exceptionally with a steak.
2019 Double Gold Winner in the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition!
Sourced from the Texas High Plains, this blend is a combination of Cabernet Sauvignon, Tannat, and Alicante Bouschet. With soft textures and rich flavors, this wine has layers of dried fruits and traces of vanilla.