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It’s Time to Toast Texas Tannat

If you’re like many, your first taste of Tannat was likely from Southwest France’s Madiran region, where it

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16 of the best Airbnbs near wineries in the US from Napa to the North Fork

Anyone who's ever visited a winery knows that it's all-too-tempting to linger in those beautiful settings. So, why

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Swimming holes and wine via a luxe RV: Your Hill Country guide

Much like marveling at the changing leaves in New England each fall, wildflower spotting each spring in the Texas

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After a Historic Freeze, Texas Winemakers Remain Hopeful

In February, as a polar vortex pummeled Texas with unseasonably freezing temperatures for 10 days, Julie Kuhlken of

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3 Texas Road Trips You Should Try to Take at Least Once

There's a lot to see in the Lone Star State, so pack up your car and make a beeline for these historic, scenic, and

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Wine and Wildflowers In The Texas Hill Country

This spring, you can sip and stop to smell the wildflowers on the Wine & Wildflower Journey in the Texas Hill

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John Rivenburgh Becomes President of Texas Hill Country Wineries

John Rivenburgh, winemaker, grape grower, and owner of Kerrville Hills Winery has been elected President of

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2021 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition – Texas Results

The 2021 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition was completed on March 5. There were over forty-eight judges,

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How Texas’s Historic Weather Will Affect Its Wine

It’s too early to know the impact February’s massive Texas storm will have on the state’s wine industry. The first

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Work, learn, and relax during a Fredericksburg vacay this year

Now that 2020 is in the rearview mirror, start the new year off right by taking a getaway to Fredericksburg. It can

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