,

Red Blends | 2015

The Red Blends category featured 35 Texas wines from 21 producers and 9 single vineyards, that came from grapes sourced from across the state; Thirteen (37%) were appellated Texas, eleven (31%) were appellated Texas Hill Country and eleven (31%) were appellated Texas High Plains.   The average price of the wines submitted is $29, which ranged from $14 to $46 and included the following: 1 from 2010, 3 from 2011, 9 from 2012, 13 from 2013, 6 from 2014 and 3 non vintage.

The Top 3 Rated Red Blends:

  1. Pedernales Cellars, Texas, GSM, 2013 – 91 points – Highly Recommended – $26

  2. Llano Estacado, Texas High Plains,  Reddy Vineyards, ‘Due Compaesani’ 2013 – 91 points – Highly Recommended – $20

  3. Fall Creek Vineyards, Texas Hill Country, GSM, 2013 – 91 points – Highly Recommended – $46

Scores