We source the best Texas wine
Rated by independent panel
Cater the best wine to Texans
Here's the facts on Texas wine.
Total wine drinkers in Texas
Texas wine drinkers who have not tried Texas wine
Prefer Texas wine
Prefer Californian wine
Let's elevate the Texas wine industry.
We're touring the state, finding the best wines from the big brands to the little operations, and making them available to a more broad audience. We're taking our love of Texas & wine and putting lots of passion into making every choice as memorable as possible. And we'd love to have you carry these selections.
This is the best wine in Texas. Period.
There's some truly amazing Texas wines out there, and our goal is to help more people discover their new Texas favorite. We want to elevate Texas wine as a whole, giving Texans another reason to be proud of their state.
Drive sales, brand awareness, and loyalty.
Most of the wines we select aren't found in stores, meaning you'd be the only place in town to get them. And because we work extra hard to only get the best, you know your store is putting wines out there that make Texas look great.
Reach out and make a connection.
We're located in Fredericksburg and set up to send anything from single bottles to pallets.
Retail displays and more.
We'll fill your order and work with you to get retail displays and leave-behinds that let you earn commission for future sales.
Independent ratings partner
Texas Wine Guild
Our independent wine ratings partner is the Texas Wine Guild, a group of wine professionals with decades of combined experience growing, making, selling, pairing, and scaling. All tastings are double-blind and performed in a controlled environment.
Let's build Texas wine
Keep your customers in a Texas state of mind.
Increase wine market share.
Wine is losing market share to spirits, which means more brokerage through grocery & DTC. We want to connect more Texans to wines & wineries in the state.
Not enough Texans are "in the know."
The majority of wine drinkers in Texas still suffer from a lack of education about your wine, and 24% of Texans actively perfer Californian wine.