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The Best of Texas 12 Pack

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Everything is bigger in Texas! Take a look at the best bottles from around the Lone Star State.
About the Wine

You want big? Texas has it!

You want bold? Texas has it! 

Below is a selection of the best wines Texas has to offer. Everything from fizzy bubble to delicious whites, and of course powerhouse reds. We have searched all over the Lone Star State to bring you the best of the best. Take a look below to learn more about the wines. 

 

Texas Bubbles

McPherson Sparkling Wine - McPherson made their first traditional method Texas wine in 2016. This Chenin Blanc is whole cluster pressed into stainless steel and fermented until dry. The second fermenation starts in tank to preserve the wine’s fruit and varietal characteristics. Once it reached dryness it is then chilled and allowed to rested on its lees in tank for six months before bottling. 

A $28 Value! 

 

Texas Whites

Fall Creek Sauvignon Blanc - Succulent lemon, white peach and a hint of candied lime peel continue to be the hallmark taste profile of Fall Creek’s much sought after 2019 Sauvignon Blancfrom Escondido Valley.Layers of crisp, zippy aromas redolent of Fuji appleswith a hint of honey provide a mouth-filling medium bodied wine which finishes softly but begs for one more sip.

A $22 Value!

The Grower Project Albarino -This fresh white is made from a Spanish variety traditionally grown in the Galicia region. The semi-arid climate & sandy soils of the Texas High Plains AVA has proven to be a great environment for the vines and shows enticing flavors of fresh citrus & herbs on a refreshing palate. Only 200 cases produced

A $20 Value!

Skeleton Key White Blend - Stylistically, this wine showcases a different approach to the traditional William Chris wine. Skeleton Key gives the winemakers the chance to express themselves creatively using more blending techniques and oak aging, thus defining an approachable introduction to Texas wine. In addition, the variety of grapes used in this blend translates to greater production capacity and allows William Chris to further support Texas farmers.

A $20 Value! 

 

Texas Rose

Dandy Rose - This vintage is lively and pleasantly dry with soft floral aromatics & friendly soft berry fruit. A silky texture & pale pink hue are complimented with notes of strawberries, white cherry, and
bright stone fruit. Pair this with soft cheese, salmon, or a nice picnic. 

A $20 Value!

 

Texas Reds

1836 Cabernet Sauvignon Blend - On April 21st, 1836, in a part of Northern Mexico known as Tejas, a band of rugged pioneers won the historic “Battle of San Jacinto.” Shortly after this decisive victory, peace treaties were signed, and the independence of Texas was established. This wine has a deep opaque red color, extraordinary fruit extraction that includes hints of currant, black cherry, black pepper, and licorice. Medium tannins add to a lush, lengthy finish. Enjoy it with your favorite cut of steak and premium cigars.

A $40 Value!

TEXAS Reddy Vineyards Red Blend - The 2019 Grand Vitis is an approachable blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault. This wine is smooth, displaying juicy red fruit and a soft finish.  It is the perfect casual weeknight wine...

A $20 Value! 

C.L. Butaud Tempranillo - Winemaker Randy Hester was raised in Texas and cut his winemaking 'chops' studying in many of Napa Valleys' finest facilities. This wine is silky, polished, and mouth filling. A perfect balance between ripe fruit and savory influences. Flavors of plum, blackberry pie, pencil lead, and tobacco harmoniously blend with well integrated French oak influence. The rich and silky tannins lead to a finish that is fresh, lively, and persisting on the palate. Best paired with a marbled cut of meat or traditional Texas BBQ.

A $50 Value!

Duchman Family Winery Montepulciano - Montepulciano has been in the Duchman portfolio almost from day one, and it remains one of the most popular wines in our lineup. Duchman Montepulciano fills the senses with aromas of ripe plum, pipe tobacco, and vanilla. Rich flavors of blackberry, black cherry, and a hint of spice please the palate. The balanced acidity of this wine pairs nicely with savory dishes.

A $35 Value!

Pedernales Texas GSM - GSM stands for Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre. In 2016 we expanded to a GSM Mélange and incorporated Carignan and Tannat. With this blend, we continue to embrace Rhone blending traditions, and enhance the identity with varietals that excel in our Texas soils. Carignan is a traditional Rhone variety that lends acidity and vibrant fruit flavors to the blend. Tannat is a rising star in Texas that year after year can lend color, tannin, and structure.  The GSM Melange is a very food friendly wine, pairing with dishes ranging from spiced or cured meats, dried cheeses, kale and sausage soup, arugula and fennel salads, roasted vegetables, to meats and fishes such as salmon or pork.

A $35 Value!

Bending Branch Texas Tannat - Rich cherry-tinged fruit and grippy tannins come wrapped in scents of vanilla, cola, and sweet pipe tobacco in this Texas High Plains Tannat. Perfectly pairs with chipotle grilled pork chops, spaghetti Bolognese, crumbly aged cheddar cheese, and classic Texas barbecue!

A $40 Value!

Lewis Wines Red Blend - Consisting of 60% Grenache and 40% Mourvèdre.  The Grenache was grown at high elevation on the west side of the High Plains, near Seminole, TX, was destemmed, fermented and aged in stainless steel.  The Mourvèdre was hand harvested by our crew in Blanco Couny in the Hill Country, detstemmed, and aged 2 months in neutral French Oak Puncheon (very big barrels) before being blended with the Grenache, lightly-filtered, and bottled.  Drinks great with anything from fish to burgers, pretty red fruit dominated on the palate, but overall a lighter wine and does well with a chill.  100% Texas grapes. 

A $20 Value!