Time to Lighten up with Texas White Wine

“The beautiful thing about Texas is not what specific variety we can make, but the diversity of the varieties that we can make.”

Kerrville Hills Winery Owner John Rivenburgh

Early in my wine drinking life, I was all about the red wine. At times I would practically shun white wine. Of

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Is Orange (Wine) the New Everything Wine? #WinePW

Let me just throw it out there. I’ve had a few so-called “orange wines” over the years and couldn’t stand them. I was seriously like what it this sour tasting abomination?! How could people drink this crap?! But like any good wine fiend lover, I never write off a wine

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My 10 Most Memorable Wines of 2019

So here we are at the beginning of a new year. And a new decade depending on which team you’re on. I’m team “there was no year 0 so the new decade starts in 2021” but whatever. But I get that we refer to decades as the 80s, 90s, 2010s,

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Up Close & Personal with Alentejo’s Antão Vaz

*Cover Image Courtesy of Wines of Alentejo

It’s safe to say that Portuguese wine is on fire. Everywhere I look, I see images and articles about Portuguese wine. And this isn’t just the beloved Porto wines. These are dry reds and whites and everything in between. With over 250 indigenous

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Summer Wines for the Last Days of the Season

I say “last days” but who am I kidding?! It will summer here for at least two more months, if not more. The string of 100+ degree days has taken a toll and I found myself running from the reds and fully enjoying the white and the pink stuff.

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Marco Felluga – Doing The Most Friuli Style

High in the storied hills of Friuli-Venezia Giulia (“Friuli”), the Felluga family has been producing high-quality wines from some of the best vineyard sites in the region since the early 1800s. Multiple generations have contributed to the family’s winemaking legacy and today, Read More »

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