Whitehouse Parker, along with Farmhouse Vineyards, continues to make a name for themselves across Texas as they introduced their new “Revolution” Sparkling Counoise Wine. This High Plains Wine, classified as Semi-Dry is great chilled and a wonderfully bubbly way to end these hot summer days. This wine is available at Whitehouse Parker in Brownfield, Texas as well as at the Tipsy Trailer in Johnson City, Texas.
But this is not the only recent release by the Farmhouse family.
West Texas Farmer’s Wife, a dry white 100% Malvasia Blanca, has a flavor that will have you asking for just a bit more in your glass. Who is the “Farmer’s Wife?” The one who fully understands the work involved in being a farmer and is ready to meet whatever need arises. The one who can “make something out of nothing, with a smile.” This wine is certainly something special and will make you smile.
Also introduced was the West Texas Sweet. “Sweeter on the Farm.” This proprietary blend of white estate wine is on the very sweet end of the spectrum and will have you kicking your shoes off and sitting on the tailgate of the pickup, as the sun goes down as you watch the last glow of the sun in your glass. Cheers to these three special wines from the Farmhouse family!
Never ones to do things in a small way, Farmhouse Vineyards who market out of Whitehouse Parker, know how to throw a shindig and their ability to make guests feel at home and have a great time is becoming legendary in the area, and across the state. At one of their recent release parties, the Farm to Fork Food Truck was in attendance, wine was flowing and later, Peggy Bingham (grandmother of Traci Seaton Furgeson and Nick Seaton – co-owners with their spouses of Farmhouse Vineyards and Whitehouse Parker) provided wonderful entertainment with one of her famous chalk talks.
The crowd watched as Peggy used chalks to make a vineyard out on a farm come to life before our eyes. And when the lights were dimmed and the backlights came on, and as the song “Two Sets of Footprints” was played, two sets of footprints appeared in the vineyard, with an image of our Savior in the sky. What a thrilling end to the evening! Incidentally, Peggy is responsible for much of the art on the wine bottles at Whitehouse Parker.
Marshall Allen, “The Texas Scribe,” was also there for bottle engraving. The man is quite the artist and will engrave whatever you desire on a bottle of your favorite wine.
Whitehouse Parker not only sells the great wines of Farmhouse Vineyards, they also have quite the gift shop set up and even do bridal shower selections. It is also frequently booked for clubs and organization meetings with the charming hostesses of Katy Jane Seaton, Traci, DeAnn Seaton, and Dianna Seaton on hand. Are you sensing a family theme here?
Whitehouse Parker truly is a family endeavor from start to finish, and time spent there is like a refreshing getaway from whatever else is going on in the world. Stop by. You will be glad you did.
Whitehouse Parker is located just inside the Brownfield city limits on the Old Lamesa Road. You can’t miss it. And you shouldn’t!