Christmas snow! We make things “big” in Texas!
Are You New to Home Schooling? Are you new to Pandemics? Hero Over Here, A Story of World War I is a heartwarming book about a young boy who would rather be “over there” becoming a hero or in Montana being a cowboy riding the range. Instead he must stay home with his mother and…
Vineyards after the April freeze
These photos are a little late, but I thought I would still share them with you. These are our vineyards on May 12th. The vineyards were recovering from a freeze that occurred on April 15th, but were recovering well.
2nd Annual Toast & Roast
The Texas Food & Wine Foundation is hosting their 2nd annual Toast & Roast at the Stonehouse Villa We were so excited to have our Cloudburst named as one of the top Texas wines of 2015 by Texas Monthly Magazine. Now the Texas Food & Wine foundation is partnering with Texas Monthly and Jessica Dupuy for an…
Late freezes in the Vineyards on the High Plains
We have had apricots in our orchard for enough years to be accustomed to freezing weather in the spring after the trees have budded out. It happens rather routinely here on the High Plains. We quite frequently will have peaches, but we don’t get a crop of apricots many years. The reason is that the…
Club Member Sneak Peak Day
We are happy to announce that we will be opening our new tasting room in Hye, Texas on Friday, January, 27, 2023! What a great way to start the new year. Special sneek peak for club members on Thursday, January 26.
A Food Lover’s Guide to Grapevine, TX | RealFoodTraveler.com
No matter if Tex-Mex, steak, Italian, burgers, wine, chocolate, or Frito pie are your passion Grapevine, TX, food scene has it all. [button link=”http://www.realfoodtraveler.com/2017/12/a-food-lovers-guide-to-grapevine-texas/” color=”silver” newwindow=”yes”] Read more at RealFoodTraveler.com[/button] Source: A Food Lover’s Guide to Grapevine, TX | RealFoodTraveler.com