I’m going a bit classic with my wine finds this week with two varietals everyone loves: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. They’re perfect for any table and fabulous for any time of the year!
You could easily call it the most popular wine in Houston. Davis Family’s incredible Cabernet catapulted to fame after winning over palates and votes a couple of years ago at the Houston Stock Show and Rodeo to be named the Grand Champion – the highest rated wine in the competition.
This is truly history in the making for the historic Gruene, Texas. October 2011 marks the 25th anniversary of the annual Gruene Music & Wine Fest held right in our own backyard! Located just off the banks of the Guadalupe River, this rockin’ four-day celebration is a fantastic opportunity for you and your family to come and enjoy the sights and sounds of small town Texas culture, up close and personal.
A true hidden gem that literally rests on a hilltop in between San Antonio and Austin, Driftwood Estates Winery has been in the local wine business since the vineyard was first planted in 1998. This property is absolutely incredible!
A trip to the California Wine Country would not be complete without a stop at one of the most spectacular wineries anywhere. In fact, any time my husband and I go to Napa, Domain Carneros is always our first stop.
Plan on spending some time at this beautiful Sonoma winery. The grounds are spectacular—you’ll want to walk through their lush gardens. Be sure to look for the ‘cork’ tree…you’ll see up close and personal where those precious little wine stoppers come from.
The tasting room here is spacious with a great offering of gift items.
Sounds crazy… insane even unbelievable, but a Sonoma winery offers a wonderful wine tasting and your dog is invited for its own tasting. Not to worry, none of your luscious cabernet will be in your dog’s bowl, but something even better will be.
It’s harvest time at Texas wineries, and one Hill Country vineyard celebrated with a tradition that dates back to the Incas. At the La Cruz del Comal winery just west of New Braunfels, the harvesting of the grapes started at sunrise.
With the Texas Hill Country as our backyard, we sure do have it so good in San Antonio! I love this time of year as the Hill Country takes on new life with wildflowers blooming along roadsides and trails. And after our rainy winter, this spring promises to be spectacular. But it’s not just wildflowers […]
I’ve spent the past couple of weeks tasting Merlots for you – yes, you’re welcome, but believe me the pleasure was all mine! I am a BIG fan of merlot (The movie ‘Sideways’ never changed my opinion). Let’s face it, without merlot where would Bordeaux be? It’s the grape that softens those wines….the yang of […]
Can raw oysters really improve your sex life? I have no idea, (sorry) but I do know when you pair the right wine with the right food, every meal becomes an adventure. The perfect match is bliss, but sometimes a lot of the fun is the ‘investigative’ process. With all the fabulous fresh seafood available […]
This is the sixth and final episode in the inaugural Go Texan WineCast series. Merrill Bonarrigo of Messina Hof Winery and Resort in Bryan discusses Port and other dessert wines made in Texas.
Talk about a great gig! The Murphy-Goode Winery has a “really Goode Job” opening. The Sonoma County winery wants to find an ‘outgoing, web-savvy, articulate communicator’ to blog, Tweet and talk about Sonoma wines. The dream job pays ten grand a month for a six month contract that includes private housing in beautiful Healdsburg.