September Winemaker’s Choice and White Wine Only Monthly Club Wine
Our 2018 Trebbiano is a fresh medium bodied white wine with mellow flavors of apple, delicious bitter herbs, and white pear in the finish. Our Trebbiano is a value priced wine that will please your most discriminating wine friends.
Trebbiano pairs well with hard Italian cheeses, seafood pastas, white pizza, roast chicken, and pesto.
Our 2019 Trebbiano is finishing out nicely as harvest time nears.
At times it is hard to know where the wine that you drink was grown and crafted. Our 100% Texas grown grapes reassure you that you are exploring and enjoying the true taste of Texas wine and the jewel of the Texas High Plains.
If you see Texas on the front label of your bottle of wine, you may be getting only 75% Texas grown fruit, but if you see 100% Texas Grown on the label you can rest assured.
The Texas grape growers are working diligently out in the fields to bring you quality wine. Support them by buy great award winning wines that assure you that they are made with 100% Texas grown grapes.
We had a wonderful time with our club members again at our Meadow Wine Club Member Dinner last Saturday at our Meadow vineyards and winery.
We started with a tour of our winery. With our wine maker, Daniel Bingham, explaining our equipment both outside and inside the winery.
On to the new expanded bottling room. We inclosed an overhang that we used to use when our Pellenc, the grape destemmer, was a separate unit from our harvester to double the space that we had before for a bottling room. Now our destemmer is on our grape harvester machine.
We did not get to see it run Saturday night because one part needs to be fixed, but it was up and running to finish out our bottling of our 2017 Dirt Farmer.
You can also see it running here.read more…
Our white wine only monthly club members will receive our 2018 Marsanne for their August wine.
This 2018 Marsanne is our first bottling of this varietial wine made from our estate grown Marsanne grapes.
Marsanne is the most popular white wine grape planted in the Northern Rhone wine region of France. In Texas, we plan to use it in blending as the French do with Viognier and Roussanne grapes. As you are exploring Texas grown wines, we thought that you as our club members would enjoy it as a varietal wine, as well.
Marsanne pairs well with seafood and shellfish, but also with chicken or spicy Asian cuisine.
Enjoy a glass of 2018 Marsanne at your next summer cookout party!