Tasting Notes: Made with organic grapes, it is sourced from a single vineyard in Cuenca and estate-bottled. A touch of coffee and spice, plus six months in oak, gives you velvety tannins and a smooth, long finish. Try it with a lamb slider.
Tasting Notes: Complex and inviting aromas of tobacco and cherry lead to a silky, fresh and lively coating over the palate. Well-structured notes of red berries and cedar are balanced nicely through the elegant finish.
Tasting Notes: Ripe hints of raspberry jam and cassis introduce the wine’s generous and smooth structure to the palate, while brief hints of black pepper hold up against a steady stream of food-friendly acidity.
Tasting Notes: This is winemaker Todd Webster’s fifth release from a roller coastal vintage. Aged 18 months in oak. A young wine, medium bodied with rich black fruit. Excellent with BBQ. Rapidly becoming one of the dominant Texas red varietals.
Tasting Notes: Sourced from the legendary Newsom vineyards in the Texas High Plains, this is one the best interpretations of Tempranillo in the U.S. Full bodied, bursting with bright fruit flavors. Aged 24 months in American oak. Black fruit, dark chocolate and cigar box notes lead to a long lingering finish.