We are proud to produce wines with 100% fruit grown from Texas vineyards.
2010 Lenoir - $23
Med bodied with hints of raspberry.
2015 Cabernet Sauvignon - $35
This wine's nose is full of ripe blackberry, plum, currant, dried roses, cedar, and cloves. The palate includes jammy flavors of black cherry, dark chocolate, balsamic, cola, and bell pepper. This a nicely balanced wine with a long earthyfinish of fruit, red meat, and spice. Pair this wine with a medium-rare ribeye, grilled portobello mushrooms, or hard cheeses. These grapes were grown by Lahey Vineyards in the Texas High Plains.
2015 Casena - $35
This is a dark ruby colored blend of 77% Merlot, 16% Petite Verdot, and 7% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in new French oak barrels for 2 years. This Bordeaux-style wine presents in the glass with clean, bright ruby color. Aromas of juicy red plum, black cherry, violets, baking spices, and cedar burst to life on the plate, along with notes of leather and dark chocolate. All of this complexity is framed by pleasantly smooth tannins with balanced acidity and a beautiful long to finish.
2015 Goldiknox - $22
Rich sweet white port
2015 Malbec - $30
This ruby-red wine has rich aromas and flavors of ripe blueberry, boysenberry, black cherry, and verdant earth combined with notes of mint, tobacco, and anise and a touch of black pepper. Oak fermentation and aging contribute hints of smoke, toast, and vanilla. Nicely balanced with medium tennis and moderate plus acidity. Enjoy this wine with lean red meats, roasted pork, cream sauces, or blue cheese. These grapes were grown by the Bingham family in the Texas High Plains.
2015 Mercedez Blenz - $35
This is a dark ruby-colored blend of 77% Malbec, 16% Petite Verdot, and 7% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in new French oak for 2 years. Its jammy stewed blackberry, juicy plum, boysenberry, and cedar aromas open up on the palate and combine with notes of tobacco, earth, and vanilla. The result is a complex, pleasantly balanced wine with a long finish. These grapes were grown in the Texas High Planes.
2015 Merlot - $30
Ruby color gives way to baked red fruits and spice aromas. Tastes of fresh cherry and red plum combine with dark chocolate, black pepper, anise, wet soil, and autumn leaves. With a long, earthy, velvety finish, this is a cozy wine perfect for an evening in front of a fireplace. These grapes were grown by Lost Draw vineyards in the Texas High Plains.
2015 Roussanne Reserve - $26
This white wine was barrel-aged for 4 years in French oak producing a unique full-bodied experience, ripe tropical fruits of pineapple in the noses gives way to notes of mango, melon and green apple It finishes long and buttery
2016 Casena - $35
This garnet-colored wine is a blend of 70% cabinet sauvignon, 20% merlot and 10% cabernet franc. It has aromas of vanilla entwined in an earthy forest floor. The palate reveals flavors of baked blackberry, plum and currant along with notes of juniper berries and baking spices. Firm tannin structure and acidity sets the stage for a long lingering finish.
2016 Tempranillo - $28
Earthy and full bodied, this wine’s nose reeks of boysenberry and white balsamic. On the palate; ripe figs, black cherry and leather give way to notes of vanilla, cocoa and cedar. Now go find some tapas for heaven’s sake.
2018 Blanc Du Bois - $23
This new release with white wine is bright and alive! it has aromas of freshmen grapefruit, pineapple, and floral notes that fuse together nicely with limestone mineralogy on the palate. This crisp off-dry wine pairs well with spicy food or mild cheeses. Enjoy this on a warm Texas day to beat the heat.
2018 Dirge - $32
This Bordeaux blend of 58% merlot and 42% petite verdot is ruby in a dark theatre. The nose is enticing red cherry and vanilla. Swish it around and be prepared for dancing figs, plums, sage and a hint of herbs du provence. Medium soft tannin structure and high acidity provide the curtain to a long pleasant finish that will finally close leaving you shouting encore’.