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.
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The grapes for our Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve are harvested from the carefully-managed Windsor Oaks Vineyards. Windsor Oaks is a 750 acre vineyard covering the northeastern extent of the Russian River Valley. Hot midday temperatures give way to maritime conditions in the evenings and mornings, when cool fog snakes its way up the Russian River. 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, chocolate, and anise on the nose; plum, black cherry, black currant, leather, and thick tannins linger on the palate.
Cabernet Sauvignon is a challenging grape to grow in Texas, however, the Texas High Plains exhibits cool enough evenings during the growing year to support proper ripening. We source our Cabernet Sauvignon from from the Texas High Plains to and produce a wine with distinct black fruit, plum, white pepper, a hint of spice and well integrated oak. While this Cabernet Sauvignon is a pleasure to drink now, it will age gracefully for years.
Dolcetto is a wonderful grape of Italian origin and literally translates to “little sweet one”, probably having more to do with the hills of Piedmont, Italy where it originated. Our Dolcetto is grown in the Texas High Plains where this grape is known to do very well. The wine from Dolcetto is light on the palate with hints of dark cherry, earthy and woody notes, and hints of dark fruit and cherry on the nose.
Petite Verdot is a Bordeaux varietal historically used for blending due to its assertive tannins and color. We harvest our Petit Verdot from the Texas High Plains where the warm weather favors this varietal, yielding more blueberry jam notes.
San Francisco International-Double Gold-94 Points
Our Pinot Noir grapes come from Windsor Oaks Vineyard, just south of Healdsburg, California. This vineyard splits itself between Russian River and Chalk Hill with the Pinot growing on the mid-elevation vineyard blocks. Our Pinot Noir is from Clone 777 grapevines and exhibits a rich aromatic nose full of black fruit, cassis, hints of leather, tobacco, and brooding earthy notes. We age our Pinot in older French Oak barrels that allow the wine to breathe and mature gracefully.
- Double Gold 94 Points - 2020 San Francisco International Wine Competition
- Silver – 2021 San Francisco Chronicle
- Silver - 2020 Lone Star International Wine Competition
- Silver – 2019 San Francisco International Wine Competition
- Bronze - 2021 Houston Rodeo Uncorked! International
- Bronze – 2020-San Francisco Chronicle
We use the Saignee’ method, which means “bleed”, to produce our Texas Rosé from both Sangiovese and Mourvèdre 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. Texas Rosé pairs well with light pasta, shellfish, and rice dishes.
Tempranillo is the main varietal grown in Spain, however, has found a home in the Texas High Plains. We source our fruit from the carefully managed Bingham Family Vineyards in Meadow, Texas. Tempranillo produces a red, translucent wine with hints of cherry, strawberry, plum and a soft, leathery finish. We age our Tempranillo for 9 months in new American Oak to soften and round out this highly enjoyable, diverse wine.
- Gold - 2021 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo International Wine Competition
- Bronze - 2021 Houston Rodeo Uncorked! International Wine Competition
Vesenillo takes its name from the grapes used to create this ruby-style wine. Sangiovese and Tempranillo were used to create our little gem and thus the name. This wine has a pleasant dark fruit character with hints of raisin, cassis, and dark berry on the nose and a gentle hint of sweetness on the finish. Vesenillo pairs well with aged cheddar cheese, dark chocolate, and fruit desserts or enjoyed on its own.
Wild Eye Red is a wonderful blend of Texas High Plains varietals. We chose not to follow traditional, old-World, blends but use our senses to guide the blending of Mourvedre (50%), Cabernet Sauvignon (45%) and Petit Verdot (5%) in coming up with a pleasant, full wine that can be enjoyed with dinner or a quiet glass on the back porch.
The grapes for our Zinfandel are grown by the skillfully-managed Tombs Creek Vineyard in the mountainous area midway between the town of Geyserville and the Pacific Coast. The high elevation of this vineyard allows intense heat during the day and cool breezes at night, producing maximum development of berry phenolics. We age Tombs Creek Zinfandel in both new and older French Oak barrels, resulting in a wine exhibiting dark cherry, blueberry, and blackberry, with a hint of black pepper on the finish.
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