2011 @PedernalesWine with @BinghamVineyard #TXwine grapes rates well without being a splurg! http://t.co/B6BzQhlK
— Cliff &Betty Bingham (@BinghamVineyard) October 5, 2012
If you like pepper hot and yet cool temperature foods for the hot July that we are having try this gazpacho with our 2019 Vermentino.
If you don’t like pepper hot, just tone down the spices a little and still enjoy it with our 2019 Vermentino.
Review of Dugout
Today, we have been bottling more wine for your enjoyment, while other have been enjoying it. It looks like our first reviews are good. We are just getting started, but we hope you all enjoy the beginnings as we learn more each day. Jeremy Wilson over at The Texas Wine Lover blog did a review…
Red Caboose Tempranillo/Syrah wins a Silver
Bingham Family Vineyards had grapes in another awarding winning wine. Red Caboose Winery and Vineyards made a 70% Tempranillo and 30% Syrah blend which won a Silver in the 2009 Dallas Morning News Wine Competition last February. The Tempranillo came from our vineyard and the Syrah came from Gary McKibben’s vineyard at Red Caboose. Yea, Gary and…
Italian grapes finding success in Texas – Houston Chronicle
If it wouldn’t destroy our whole marketing and business plan, Reilly said, I would make trebbiano, vermentino, aglianico and montepulciano and call it a day. The Duchman Family Winery’s business plan, which also includes a very nice tempranillo – arguably Texas’ signature red grape – and a popular sweet dessert red called Canto Felice (“Happy…
Duchman Family Winery – Texas Wine and Trail Magazine
Duchman Family Winery is in the news. They are a beautiful winery to visit. Read more about Duchman below with the link to Texas Wine and Trail Magazine. We sell them both red and white grapes that are used in many of their great wines such as their Vermentino and Viognier.