Sourced from a single, secret vineyard in Walla Walla, Washington.COLOR: Dark as squid inkNOSE: black fruit (blackberries, cassis), allspiceMOUTHFEEL: full, rich, robust, yet balancedFINISH: lengthly, varied...
This 100% Texas High Plains-grown Albariño and Blanc du Bois is rich with tropical fruit, citrus florals, nuanced acidity, and light minerality. Our growers in the Texas High Plains (Panhandle) have made great strides in the past 10 years planting lesser-known but more appropriate varieties for the soil & climate. Albariño, a native Portuguese grape, is one such variety that produces beautiful tropical aromas and a gentle mouthfeel. Artwork by Austin native, Sophie Roach.
“Euphoria” is produced in an Astropaq:
- 80% lower carbon footprint vs glass
- 90% less waste vs glass
- 750 ml = same volume as a glass bottle!
Pairings: sunlight, outdoor activities, Tuna tacos, Shrimp a la plancha, grilled peppers, tank tops, and live music.
Composition: 50% Albariño 50% Blanc du Bois Vintage: 2016 State: Texas Region: High Plains and Texoma
Our flagship red blend (Merlot/Petit Verdot) is sourced from the Texas High Plains. With significant altitude and sunshine, the vines are spared the scorching Texas heat yet receive plenty of sun to mature fruit during harvest. These conditions yield juicy watermelon and strawberry notes with hints of black pepper in the Merlot. Dark, rich, and chalky Petit Verdot helps minimize the Merlot’s edgy tannins and leave a more refined, velvety mouthfeel.
The artwork is a Goya study done by Nic Mathis. At $20/btl, the Work Horse is meant to be in reach of any hard worker.
Composition: 90% Merlot, 10% Petit Verdot Vintage: 2016 State: Texas Region: High Plains
This provençal-style Rosé was made by the saignée method (free run juice, saignée means bled in french), with miniml skin contact, in order to extract soft, pale pink color and maintain crisp aromatics. The cooperage was 5 month in a stainless steel tank at 45 degrees.
On the nose, you’ll encounter the light perfume of floral notes and fresh strawberries. On-point, refreshingly light acidity and minerality balance the ripe red fruit flavors, which linger with a subtle hint of sweetness.
Rosé is best paired with shellfish, seasoned french fries, spicy fried chicken, and other cajun cuisine.