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From the SAHMmelier: Visit to Hye Meadow

In case you missed it, the SAHMmelier (Texas Wine Journal contributor Alissa Leenher) visited Hye Meadow Winery a couple of weeks back, and posted this fun column on her site last week. She highlighted some of the varietals and blends that gives Hye Meadow one of the 290 Wine Road’s more surprising rosters — including a Chenin/Reisling […]

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Tempranillo – 2014

The Tempranillo category featured 36 wines (25 producers and 13 single vineyards) that came from grapes sourced from across the state; 15 (42%) were appellated Texas, seven (19%) from the Texas Hill Country and 14 (39%) from the Texas High Plains. The average prices of the wines submitted was $30, which ranged from $13 to […]

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Sangiovese – 2014

The Sangiovese category featured 12 wines (12 producers and 3 single vineyards) that came from grapes sourced from across the state; eight (67%) were appellated Texas and four (33%) from the Texas High Plains. The average prices of the wines submitted was $24, which ranged from $15 to $43 and included the following: 1 from the 2007 vintage, 1 from […]

From the SAHMmelier: Toast and Roast Review

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be featuring articles from Alissa Leenher, who blogs about Texas wine over at The SAHMmelier, in the coming months — including both original content for Texas Wine Journal and links to articles originally appearing on her site. She reviewed this past Sunday’s Toast and Roast event at Rancho Cuernavaca, which […]

Blanc du Bois Symposium – 2015

The Texas Wine Journal is hosting a Blanc du Bois Symposium at the 39th annual Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association conference being held on February 19th from 11:15am-12:15pm and 3:15pm-4:15pm at the Embassy Suites in San Marcos. The Symposium will be structured as a moderated panel discussion featuring Dan Gatlin- winemaker at The Vineyard at Florence and Marta Sanchez […]

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Blanc du Bois – 2014

The Blanc du Bois category featured 19 wines (10 producers and 2 estate vineyards) that came from grapes sourced from across the state; 19 (100%) were appellated Texas. The prices of the wines submitted ranged from $15 to $45 ($24 category average) and included the following: 1 from the 2011 vintage, 7 from the 2012 vintage and […]