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TDA Virtual Texas Wine Tasting
October 25, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Toasting To Texas’ Best
Uncork Texas Wines Facebook page will go LIVE at 6pm – Tune in! You’re invited to listen in with the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Uncork Texas Wines Marketing Program as they present the following award winning wines to national media. Similar programs will air each Monday evening during October Texas Wine Month!
The October 25th featured wines will include:
• Bingham Family Vineyards, 2017 Dugout, Texas High Plains
• Eden Hill Vineyard Wine 2018 Aglianico, Texas High Plains
• Llano Estacado, 2018 El Capitan Syrah
• Messina Hof Winery, 2018 Sagrantino Reserva, Texas High Plains
• Slate Theory Winery, 2020 Cinsault Rose’
• Spirit of Texas Winery, 2019 Welcome, Texas High Plains Nogalero Estate Vineyard
Marissa Bingham, one of our winemakers and our winery manager, will be there to tell you some about our family, our vineyards, our winery, and our tasting rooms.
Bingham Family Vineyards 2017 Dugout
Our estate Dugout is a red wine Bordeaux style blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot. This oak aged wine is bold and complex like the frontier.
The first of six generations of the family settled in the High Plains of Texas in the early 1900’s and lived in a dugout. Our estate Dugout is named after our family’s heritage of homesteading in the High Plains of Texas in the early 1900’s.
Gold, 2020 San Francisco International Wine Competition
TOP TEXAS WINE, DOUBLE GOLD, Class Champion, Texas Class Champion, 2020 Houston Rodeo Uncorked! Livestock and Rodeo International Wine Competition – a saddle winner
Double Gold, 2021 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition, Top of Class winner for Texas Red Wine Blends
Gold medal, 2020 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition
Dugout pairs well with garlic butter grilled steak or beef stroganoff with mushrooms.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot
Rest assured drinking Bingham wine, knowing not only where the grapes were grown and the wine made, but that you are drinking quality wine. Relax and enjoy!
Texas Department of Agriculture
Facebook Live Uncork Texas Wines, TDA