Everybody makes New Year’s Resolutions so I thought I would come up with mine, the Texas Wine Lover’s New Year’s Resolutions for 2013. Undoubtedly the most common resolution is to lose weight so I’ll make that my first resolution. I need to lose a little weight and get back in shape. It’s funny I mentionedRead More
The wines have been judged and after a full weekend spent by 100 judges organized in 20 panels, from November 10-11, the results are in for the 2013 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition. They judged 2,884 wines from 943 wineries in Texas, the United States, and the world. 21 countries participated inRead More
Update: We visited Wedding Oak Winery again and the famous Wedding Oak tree after they opened. Please be sure to read the latest here. We previously visited San Saba Wine Cellars during their construction. Before opening in early June, the name of the winery has been changed to Wedding Oak Winery. Even though some wineRead More
We have wanted to visit the Way Out Wineries (WOW) wine trail (http://wayoutwineries.org) for quite some time. But as the name implies, they are way out there, at least compared to where we live. This weekend we are finally going to be able to visit the wineries on the wine trail. The last time weRead More
I can’t believe March 20th will be the first anniversary since the creation of this blog. I started the blog with some goals in mind and they haven’t changed since: Help consumers discover wineries they may not know about and they should visit Help wineries with marketing Help wine related events with marketing Gloria andRead More
Update: The 2013 International Wine Competition has just been judged and results announced. The results are in for the 2012 International Wine Competition from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. A qualified panel of expert judges spends hours tasting an array of wines to unearth the winners in categories ranging from Top Texas Wine toRead More
A new application called Texas Wine Traveller has recently been released for the iPhone and soon to be for the Android! Texas Wine Traveller lists Texas wineries along with information about them including contact information, addresses, and even precise GPS map locations. You can view the Texas winery information by region or even wine trail.Read More
I had the privilege of being a recent featured local blogger at Spoken City. Spoken City showcases local bloggers, events, and businesses. Be sure to check out their website to find your local businesses and events, and buy local.