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Texas “I Have Zin’d”$34.00
Texas High Plains, Zinfandel made from 100% Texas fruit boasts deep licorice, cassis and dark chocolate aromas, jammy fruit with hints of tobacco.
Awards:Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition: 2021, BronzeSelect options
Texas Blanc Du Bois (Semi-sweet)$18.00
Out of StockGrimes County, TX, 2019 This spectacular wine is made from locally grown grapes and has a wonderfully floral nose with hints of honeysuckle. Fresh pear and delicate grapefruit lingers on the palate.
Awards:Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition: 2019, BronzeSelect options
Texas Blanc Du Bois Dry$24.00
Out of StockGrimes County, 2019 A taste of home! Its bellowing aromas of honey, fruit and flowers fill the glass beckoning you to indulge! This wonderful, dry wine is made from grapes grown here in our vineyards and in Anderson, Texas. Fresh and lifted by bright natural acidity; crisp citrus and floral with beautiful notes of apple, grapefruit and peach.Select options
Texas Cabernet Nouveau$24.00
Out of StockTexas, 2018 This unoaked Cabernet Sauvignon features a rich and fruity nose complimented by peppers and chocolate, while a strong backbone tempers deep fruit on the palate.Select options
Texas Cabernet Sauvignon$36.50
2018 Texas High Plains Deep ruby color in the glass, the inhale greets you with fresh spicy aromas balanced by soft and silky dark dried cherry and smoky plum fruits; finished with dry French oak character.
Awards:Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition: 2021, SilverSelect options
Texas Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve$39.50
2018, Texas High Plains This aged Cabernet Sauvignon is made from 100% Texas High Plains Grapes. Deep purple color with a beautiful nose of pepper and licorice aromas. Full bodied with gentle tannins, complex balance of dark fruit and oak.
Awards:Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition: 2021, BronzeSelect options
Grimes County, TX A bold wine rooted in its Texas origins, a hint of earth and black olive on the nose, with palate impressions of leather and smoke in the finish. Produced from our proud, locally grown Texas Lenoir, or “Black Spanish” grape. 750ml bottle.
Awards:San Francisco Intl. Wine Competition: 2019, Silver; Texas International Wine Competition: 2019 Bronze; Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo: 2019, Double Gold, Texas Class Champion Select options
Texas High Plains, Nose of crushed ripe cherry and licorice, spicy black pepper and silky tannins that linger complimenting rich, smooth red fruit flavors.
Awards:Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition: 2021 Silver & Reserve Texas Class ChampionSelect options