LOST OAK WINERY PREVIEWED NEW POST OAK EVENT PAVILION AND LATEST REDS

By on January 20, 2016 Texas Wine News

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Lost Oak Winery recently previewed its latest offering for weddings and events, as well as its soon-to-be released 2014 Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon red varietals, at a special event for wine club members on Sunday, Jan. 17.

The event allowed guests to catch a glimpse of Lost Oak’s newest Post Oak Pavilion, which will be available for weddings and other events starting this May. In addition to providing a great space for celebrations, Lost Oak Winery can provide wines from its family of brands, including Lost Oak and Vintage Lane’s white, red, and sparkling selections. Lost Oak also has a list of preferred caterers available who are accustomed to working with their Burleson-based winery.

Post-Oak-Pavilion“We’re excited to be opening the Post Oak Pavilion and making it available for weddings and events in our corner of the Metroplex,” said Roxanne Myers, General Manager of Lost Oak Winery. “We look forward to many years of hosting celebrations as well as using this beautiful new space for future events.”

The preview also doubled as an opportunity to showcase Lost Oak’s latest wines, which will officially become available in the winery’s tasting room on Wednesday, Jan. 20.

The Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 is a medium to full-bodied wine with aromas of cinnamon and vanilla, and flavors of blackberry and dark Hudson cherry preserves on the tongue, with a hint of cedar on the nice lingering finish. The Cabernet Sauvignon fruit for this wine comes from Bingham Family Vineyards in the Texas High Plains and are blended with a small amount of Merlot grapes from Burning Daylight Vineyards in Rendon, Texas.

The Cabernet Franc 2014 is a fruit-forward red wine with strawberry aromas followed by red cherry and currant; just the right balance of oak and a soft vanilla finish round out this wine. The Cabernet Franc fruit is sourced from Burning Daylight Vineyard then blended with a small amount of Merlot.

For more information about Lost Oak and Vintage Lane wines, as well as the Lost Oak Winery tasting room and Lost Oak Pavilion, please visit the website at http://www.lostoakwinery.com/.

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