An homage to the leading red grape of Spain, this Tempranillo blend marries the savory, tobacco, and red fruit elements evocative of its homeland with the bright, earthy, dark fruit characters of the Texas High Plains. Spanish for heritage, La Herencia, deftly balances brawny flavors with an elegant structure. Tart black plum and concentrated red cherry aromas are framed by aromas of smoky cigar box. Judicious use of oak reveals hints of vanilla and cedar, leading to a soft, yet earthy finish. A great pairing for grilled meats or mushroom risotto.
A dry rosé is the great equalizer: both white wine and red wine lovers can appreciate it; it can be enjoyed year-round; and it pairs with various proteins, from grilled Gulf shrimp and smoked chicken to steak and barbecue. Our "Les Copains" rosé is made from Rhône Valley and Provence varieties—the French regions that made dry rosé iconic. These do well in Texas and demonstrate opulent fruit and aromatics when made into rosé.
Our ‘Reserve’ Sangiovese is the highest expression of careful winemaking, as much a pleasure to drink as it is to craft. The ‘Reserve’ builds its fine texture and balance during 12 months in French oak barrels, which contribute an enticing whiff of vanilla bean and woodsmoke on the nose. But overall, this charming Italian variety is savory and complex; tart cherries are accented by leather, orange rind, and fresh porcinis. Bright acidity will make your mouth water long after the last sip has disappeared, the perfect pairing for a rich, saucy dish like slow-cooked spaghetti bolognese.
We're very excited to release our very first Texas High Plains Syrah! This wine celebrates the feminine and earthy side of Syrah, with gorgeous tannins and texture—reminiscent of classic Rhône Valley Syrah, but with its own Texas voice. It's slightly peppery, with crunchy blackberry, lavender, and notes of black cherry liqueur.
The citrusy nose shows fresh quince, apricot, orange peels and bitter lemon. The fruit flavors are ripe on the palate due to soft acidity, offering bitter citrus, peach and orange. There is a touch of white pepper on the midpalate, ending with notes of clementine and lime pith. This wine captures the tartness juxtaposed to vivid fruit expression like classic Albariño, with a complex mid-palate and finish. Pair with seafood, shellfish, paella dishes, or garden salads.
This aromatic golden-hued Viognier takes its cue from its iconic cousins in the Northern Rhône Valley. Offering fragrant floral notes backed by fleshy summer peaches, this Viognier is the perfect Texas answer for Chardonnay lovers. The palate is fresh and bright with an easy, delicate weight that finishes with a zippy lift. A delicious pairing for roasted chicken or pork tenderloin with grilled peaches, this heralded French variety has found a happy home in the hot, dusty soils of the Texas High Plains.
This wine is composed of Cinsault, Carignan, and a dash of Viognier—a blend of three heat loving varieties traditionally found in southern France that are perfectly suited to Texas. Cinsault provides the rich, fruit-driven backbone; Carignan adds tannin and a floral, smoky complexity; while Viognier offers a beautiful tropical fruit character on the nose and textural richness on the palate. A Texas alternative for fans of Pinot Noir.
In Italy, Vermentino is grown predominately on the island of Sardinia and on the mainland in Liguria, where it is blended with Trebbiano. Vermentino is amber-yellow and a vibrant, crisp, light-bodied wine with fruity and slightly herbaceous aromas. This is the perfect white wine for Texas (especially during the summertime!) Filled with zesty citrus, almond, and crushed stone notes the balanced, refreshing wine is an easy go-to.
Aromas of lemon, white pepper, chalk, crushed stone and white flowers are fresh and inviting on the nose. The chalky, delicate palate is mineral driven and bathed in fresh squeezed lemon flavor. White flowers and herbal notes are on the fringes, while tingling acidity melds with some textural roundness. This delectable wine is a perfect match for oysters.
One of the world’s most planted white grape varieties, Chenin Blanc is famed in the cool climate regions of France’s Loire Valley as well as in the marine-influenced regions of South Africa. But this versatile grape also shines in the dry Texas heat of the High Plains. Leading with notes of yellow pear, fleshy sun-kissed lemon, glazed pineapple, crystalline honeycomb, and a hint of candied ginger, this wine is rich and concentrated with a broad, dry palate that finishes with a vibrant lift.