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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Drinking the Old & the New for Texas Wine Month

Happy Texas Wine Month y’all! I’ve been drinking Texas wine for close to twenty years now. Did I just date myself? I’m 27 y’all. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it! Anywho…in those twenty years, I’ve seen lots of changes. More producers, more tourism, better wine, a greater focus

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Quarantine Pairing Fun with Pedernales Cellars

We’ve been cooking more lately. Like a lot. I’ve been working from home alongside Thing 1 and Thing 2 who have been doing distance learning. And overall, we’re doing fairly well. But man, have I become a short order cook! What used to be a weekly fight over the fact

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Texas Wine Roundup!

The holiday season is a distant memory, but February and March are exciting times in my neck of the woods. In addition to that Hallmark holiday with all the red and pink stuff, it is also Mardi Gras season and rodeo season. And we go big for both at our

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