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Bone dry, Intense fruit notes, all wrapped up with a limestone minerality.
People say it is too hot to grow Cabernet Sauvignon in Texas, but it grows beautifully in our Newburg Vineyard. The proof is in the bottle!
Drink pink all year round! Mourvédre Dry Rosé flourishes from season to season with our hot summers and mild winters. Elegant notes of slightly ripe strawberries, ripe melons, and granny smith apples creates a crisp and bright lengthy finish!
The 2019 Viognier is a stunning vintage, we could not be more thrilled with this wine. Rich in peach and nectarine aromas, this wine features an array of stone fruit. This wine is lush and round in mouth feel and very easy drinking....maybe too easy drinking.
The Winemaker's Choice is just that: a selection of barrel reserves selected by winemaker, Todd Webster. Webster utilizes the barrel reserves and transforms them into a show stopping multi-vintage and multi-varietal blend. Try it today!
A lovely delicate fortified white wine with a honeysuckle finish. Wonderful with peach cobbler or Honeydew melon and Proscuitto.
An exquisite blend of 60% Mourvédre and 40% Malbec from our Comanche and Newburg Vineyard suitable for the hottest summer days and milder winters.
Buffalo Roam is a medium bodied easy drinking Rhône style blend. This is an excellent choice for novice wine drinkers as well as experienced wine drinkers. Enjoy this smooth and smoky blend with everyday favorites from pizza to Texas BBQ. A perfectly divided blend of Syrah and Mourvedre!
This sweet style blush is perfect for the wine drinker who likes a little sweetness in their life!
Made from the Nero d'Avola grape which has found its new home in Texas - all the way from Sicily!
A fun weekday wine, perfectly paired with BBQ, pool side, and great times that do not hurt the bank if the bottle isn't finished!
Light and delicate white wine with floral notes of gardenia and key lime zest, crisp and bright acitidy with fruit flavors of green granny smith apples.