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Ab Astris: Strong Start Makes This a Texas Winery To Watch

The Texas Hill Country continues to bring forth several new wineries and vineyards each year. One of the most

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Texas Wine Tasting Rooms Tiptoeing Forward Amid Pandemic

The myriad downsides of dealing with the novel coronavirus are making life inordinately difficult for the

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#OpenLocalWine night on Friday, May 22nd!

There was an “Open That Local Wine” night back on March 28th and it proved so popular that The Cork Report is

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U.S. Wineries Cautiously Begin Reopening Phase

As several states schedule a May end to their COVID-19 shutdowns, local vintners predict a gradual transition

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Texas Grapevines by the Numbers: What’s Trending Up, What’s Trending Down, and What It Means for Texas Wine

Late last year, the United States Department of Agriculture released a report on grape production in Texas in 2019.

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Texas Hill Country Winery Starts Virtual Tastings To Keep Business Going During Pandemic

Kuhlman Cellars, a winery off Highway 290 in Gillespie County, is hosting virtual wine tastings and ‘Wine Time

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Virtual Wine Tastings: Texas Wineries Go Online After Tasting Rooms Shut Down

Spring is usually boom time for Texas wineries, but not this year. Amid the coronavirus crisis, social distancing

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Texas Legato Selling Wine "Outside The Box" During COVID-19

As Bob Dylan sang, “The Times They Are A Changing”. Texas Legato Winery is committed to working and selling

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2020 Texas International Wine Competition – Texas Results

Twenty-four judges and many volunteers visited the town of Buda to judge the 2020 Texas International Wine

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2020 Wine Lovers Celebration Trip to the Texas Hill Country – Part 1

This past December my wife and I were looking for something to do for her birthday in February when we received an

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