We hadn’t even intended to visit any wineries on Sunday, but we had, surprisingly, gotten up early considering it was the Daylight Saving Time switch day, and weren’t quite ready to head home. We looked in the App for a … Continue reading
I know this is a sad admission, but I really didn’t want to go. Julie and I had driven to Hye on Saturday for the William Chris 2nd anniversary dinner and even though they were going to open up their … Continue reading
Every winemaker has a different story, just like every wine they make. What impresses us most about the winemakers that we meet is the passion that they have for the land, the grapes, and the wine. I can”t remember a … Continue reading
12:19 pm Julie and I are at Hilmy Cellars for day 2 of their Grand Opening, and today they are hosting Russ Kane, well-known Texas wine writer and author of The Wineslinger Chronicles. The doors are open and customers are … Continue reading
10:45 am Even on opening day, there is a wonderfuly laid-back atmosphere! Gorgeous tasting room!
When we dropped in at Solaro Estate Vineyard and Winery, we didn”t expect to see very many people there; It was rainy and chilly, and their parking lot was mud. The tasting room is situated with a drop-off spot, but … Continue reading
When I talk about the market for Texas wines, I divide the potential customers into three categories: The Connoisseurs, The Texas-buying California wine drinker, and the Barbecue bunch. An evening with Allan and Margaret Fetty at their Westcave Cellars Winery … Continue reading
Julie and I had passed Rosemary’s Vineyard & Winery many times on our road trips to the Hill Country of Texas and said as many times to each other that we should stop there some day. Today was that day… … Continue reading