This porch pounder was inspired by the wines of Georgia. Extended skin contact Malvasia Bianca aged in Oregon-made Novum amphora. Hoppy, lemon and dried flowers make this a perfect wine to drink this summer. Dry with some balanced tannin and acid will keep you pouring.
TEXAS HIGH PLAINS - Loop Texas. Nogalero Estate Vineyards. 100% Malvasia Bianca. 244 days on skins in Novum amphora ( Dee ). Machine harvested, native yeast and bacteria with partial solid removal. SO2 added and acid adjusted. 33 cases.
This Frankenstein wine will keep you guessing. A combo of two vintages created an intense light bodied red with notes of wild berries, cedar, tobacco, and crunchy acidity with a slight effervescence. Drink it chilled or red wine cellar temperature - either way it’s a trip!
TEXAS HIGH PLAINS- New home. Dutton Vineyards ( Temp ) - 14 Day Maceration Kucabcak Vineyards ( Sangio ) Previous 2019 Sparkling Rosé. Crushed and destemmed, fermented in Novum amphora ( Dennis ) Native yeast and Bacteria - 49 Cases
80% wa crispies apples + 20% tx gewürztraminer macerated sangiovese skins. 6.9% alc. by vol. - 750ml - 180 bottles
67.3% Petit Verdot, 12.7% Merlot - 2020. 20% Picpoul - 2019. Disgorged, native ferment, san soufre. Canted County (Lamesa, PV+Merlot) & Kubacak Vineyards (Picpoul), Texas High Plains. Yellow Apple, banana bread, sea breeze, limestone.
Pét-Nat, but make it Réd.
We've been crushing on Lambrusco for long enough, so we thought we'd make our version of it. Petit Verdot provides a great skeleton to build off of. It's super inky and weighty and rich. Merlot lends more dense fruit and a perception of sweetness, like many lambruscos carry. We blended a small amount of Picpoul in for acidity.
Ask Coop how he feels about it the next time you're in!
Grab a 2-PAK cause it's more fun to drink with a friend! (equivalent to a single bottle)
Light red. Chuggy. In a can. What more do you want?
2020 Hill Country Rosso is a single vineyard blend of Sangiovese and Montepulciano from the Mandola Estate Vineyard. This vineyard saw its first plantings as far back as 1997, with the Monte and Sangio going in between 2004 and 2007.
These varieties were chosen because of climatic, spiritual, and familial connections; The Hill Country is the heart of winemaking in Texas, known for sunny weather and an easy-drinking disposition
Hand harvested, open bin ferment, native yeast and bacteria. No sulphur or acid added. This low intervention approach lets you taste the story written by the vintage, not the vintner. 11.33% ABV
75% Sangiovese, 25% Montepulciano
Texas Hill Country - Mandola Estate Vineyard