Duchman 2010 Vermentino made with Bingham Family Vineyard's Grapes

The Houston Chronicles did a blind tasting of Duchman 2010 Vermentino made with our vermentino grapes. Here’s a link to the article.

Here is some of what they had to say: “Duchman winemaker Dave Reilly says the wine, made from Bingham Family Vineyards High Plains grapes, is the best he’s ever made, and we won’t argue with him. As acclaimed as the ’09 was, this trumps it. Nicely acidic, the wine is full of citrus flavors, especially grapefruit, with a long, satisfying finish. Note, too that Duchman’s ’10 Viognier, at the same price, scored just a hair lower.”

Here is what Russ Kane had to say about the ’10 Vermentino.

Here is another blog about the wine over at Duchman.

So, now it might be time to quite reading about it and go taste some.



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