Texas “I Have Zin’d”
Texas High Plains, Zinfandel made from 100% Texas fruit boasts deep licorice, cassis and dark chocolate aromas, jammy fruit with hints of tobacco.
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition: 2021, Bronze
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
Out of StockA traditional Bordeaux blend, named after the famous Sarah Bernhardt, has an enticing soft nose of black cherry with hints of strawberry and oak. This wine emulates two stages of her life with a spicy, peppery youthful forward with hints of caramel. Finished with a splash of our Tawny Reserve for a hint of softness on the oaky finish.
Awards:Texas International Wine Competition: 2018 Gold, Houston International Livestock Show & Rodeo Competition: 2019 SilverSelect options
Antiquity Series Chardonnay$22.00
Danube Plain, 2018 Pale yellow color, aromatic nose with notes of apple, pear and a touch of lemon meringue pie. Fresh pear on the palate lifted by bright, gentle acidity that mingles with citrus; followed by a flawless, soft honey finish.
Awards:San Francisco International Wine Competition 2019: Silver, Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo: 2020 Silver, Texas International Wine Competition: 2020 BronzeSelect options
Antiquity Series Rosé Inanna$22.00
Thracian Lowlands, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2018 and Syrah, 2018 Rose petal color with a hint of salmon, floral, black currant and peach aromas; clean raspberry, bright strawberry and cassis flavors with a lovely, delicate acidity.
Awards:Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition: 2020 SilverSelect options