The Austin Winery

It’s been two years since we said “adieu” to the beloved Quarter Horse. But we think we’ve finally found its replacement in the High Plains Cinsault - less earth, more fruit, just as much drinkability. Texas doesn’t grow pinot worth a damn but you won’t miss it once you’ve tried Cinsault. 


Rhubarb, strawberry, and red apple skins provide all the fresh character you’re looking for backed up by mild, black tea-esque tannins and flavors.

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Collections: Featured Wines, Reds, Wines

Category: Red, Red Wine, Texas, wine

Type: Red Wine

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