We are sourcing our grapes from the regions which have strong reputations for producing excellent wines as evidenced by our current portfolio of wines from Texas and California.
We use the saignée (from the French word for “bleeding”) method to produce our Rosé using both Sangiovese and Mourvedre grapes from Bingham Family Vineyards in the Texas High Plains. After soaking on the skins, juice is removed and fermented separately, yielding a rosé-style wine with tart cherry, strawberry, and earthy notes.
We age our Cabernet Sauvignon in both new and older French oak to allow proper maturation and complexity. Our Cabernet Sauvignon is rich with dark fruit and hint of bell pepper on the nose. The black cherry, black currant, leather, and tannin melt over the palate.