Our Current Releases
Flat Shipping Rates: $10 anywhere in Texas, $15 anywhere in California.
We currently only ship to CA and TX.
Discounts: 6+Bottles 5%; Case (12 bottles) 10%; Founder's Club Member 20%.
Texas Class Champion, Silver Medal - Houston Rodeo Uncorked International Wine Competition
Bronze Medal - 2016 Lone Star International
A field blend of the white grapes that God blesses us with each year. Crisp flavors of citrus, lemaon and orange zest.
Silver Medal - 2017 TEXSOM International Wine Competition
Silver Medal - 2017 Houston Rodeo Uncorked International Wine Competition
Bronze Medal - San Francisco International Wine Competition
Crisp dry white wine, bright acidity, minerality and flavors of citrus and pear.
SILVER MEDAL - 2017 San Francisco International Wine Competition & 2017 Lone Star International Wine Competition
Crisp flavors of citrus, lemon and orange zest round out this blend of white grapes that God blesses us with each year from vineyards across Texas.
Silver Medal - San Francisco International
Aged with new French oak, our reserve Roussanne is elegant, supple and layered with hints of honey, coconut and vanilla cream.
Silver Medal - 2015 Lone Star International Wine Competition
Crisp, semi-sweet wine aged in stainless steel tanks to highlight the wine’s bright acidity and express its fresh fruit aromas of apricots and lemons.
GOLD MEDAL - 2016 San Francisco International (89 points)
The Jefferson Cup - 2015 Sweepstakes Winner for red varietal wine.
Who doesn't love a bold full bodied Italian varietal wine? Aged with new French oak, our Winemaker's Reserve Aglianico is layered with hints of cinnamon, spice, smoke and chocolate.
Semi-sweet with smooth tannins, flavors of red fruit, ripe berries and cinnamon. Our Garden Red is a much-loved Texas tradition.
Enjoy our sweet, full-bodied Roussanne dessert wine made from whole cluster pressed grapes from the Oswald Vineyard in the Texas High Plains.
Bronze Medal - Lone Star International
An delightful Brut sparkling wine made from a blend of Marsanne and Roussanne grapes. A Texas first!