Three thriving Texas wineries with Dallas roots

Ever since John Neely Bryan visited North Texas in search of a place to establish a trading post in 1839, Dallas has been a polestar of entrepreneurial spirit in nearly every industry you can name, including winemaking. These Texan vintners were either born in Dallas or “got here as fast as they could,” as one says. Among them, they have careers in investing, higher education and IT engineering. They ride Harley-Davidsons, attended Stanford and lived in Paris. They share an intense love of wine, and it turns out they are incredibly talented at making it, too. Read more from Dallas News here…