NEWS & BLOG
Texas Fine Wine 2021 Outlook: Run, don’t walk, for 2017 Texas reds. Look for more single-vineyard wines. Fizz and more fizz. Online sales will keep growing. People want to meet the people behind the brand. More barrel-aged whites.
Texas Fine Wine group of wineries announces its top honors from recent wine competitions, with many accolades given to the red wines just being released from the 2017 vintage, arguably the best vintage in Texas wine history.
You’ve asked for it and now here it is! Texas Fine Wine is offering its first-ever Holiday Celebration Pack that includes a stellar wine from each of these five exceptional wineries – Bending Branch Winery in Comfort, Brennan Vineyards in Comanche, Duchman Family Winery in Driftwood, Pedernales Cellars in Stonewall and Spicewood Vineyards in Spicewood.
Texas Fine Wine invites you to join us for some fun activities to celebrate Texas Wine Month! We hope to “see” you at these virtual tastings. But we’d also love to see your pics of the wines you love from Bending Branch Winery, Brennan Vineyards, Duchman Family Winery, Pedernales Cellars and Spicewood Vineyards!
Texas Pecans and Texas Wine make a perfect partnership when paired together at the table. Join the Texas Pecan Board and Texas Fine Wine to celebrate Texas Pecan Month and Texas Wine Month with a virtual pecan and wine tasting! We are super excited because this is the...
It’s time to get out of town and visit some wineries over the long weekend. People have called recently looking for recommended road trips – check out our website for some itineraries. In case you haven’t visited in a while, here’s what you’ve been missing! Hope to see you this weekend!
We miss you! Unfortunately, our winery tasting rooms remain closed, but we are still busy with guests picking up wines, wine deliveries, virtual events, and of course, harvest! Wine production and harvest does not slow down despite the pandemic, and so far, this year’s fruit looks fabulous.
In a bit of a turn of events, the Texas Hill Country along with other parts of the state look to dominate this year’s wine harvest due to an unexpected fall freeze last October in the Texas High Plains, which caused significant damage for some large High Plains vineyards that historically provide the bulk of fruit for Texas wineries. As a result of the low yields and excellent vineyard management, however, the Texas High Plains vineyards are expected to deliver high-quality fruit.