Texas Wine Education
Traditional, Vegetarian, and Vegan Wine - The Differences Examined
Vegan Wine? What in wine can make it vegan or not vegan? Here we explore that topic and help you answer that question.
What are the best Texas wines to pair with classic Texas foods this summer?
Insights and suggestions as well as the input from some other Texas wine experts and culinary talent to offer you the best advice for sipping and savoring every glass of wine and plate of food you encounter this summer.
The Italian Connection: How Texan Winemakers are Harnessing the Power of Italian Grapes
Texas has eight different AVAs (American Viticultural Areas) however there are two regions where Italian varietals have taken root exceptionally well. Italy and Texas have very similar climates and soil types creating the perfect symbiosis between the Italian vines and the Texan viticultural and winemaking skills to create a little piece of “wine heaven”.
Texas Wines vs. Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Bordeaux
Some very successful blends have been made from grapes that originate in Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Bordeaux. These have some of the old world characteristics but at the same time express their own unique qualities that come from the Texan terroir and touch of its local winemakers.
Where To Find Natural & Organic Texas Wines
Organic wine refers to the way grapes are grown and produced, while natural wine refers to the minimal intervention in the winemaking process. While there is some overlap between the two, they are not the same thing.