Texas Winemakers Show Their Wares in New York City

By on November 30, 2017 Texas Wine News

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“By the time that you’ve got things figured out, people have changed their minds and moved on to something else.” Duncan McNabb, Lewis Wines

As I moved from producer to producer, I noted two things: Most wineries produce a large variety of wines, and most of the grapes they grow originated in European regions that are as hot as Texas. “We have a real affinity in Texas for Spanish grapes,” says Todd Crowell, winemaker at Spicewood Vineyards. However, Rhône varieties seem to be the favorite among white grapes, especially viognier and roussanne. READ MORE

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