This bold red packs a load of blackcurrant and black cherry flavors with substantial tannin structure.
Oswald Family Vineyards, Texas High Plains
This full bodied red strong pepper notes, black fruits of plum and blackberry and rigid structure.
This bold red packs a load of blackcurrant and black cherry flavors, while still maintaining an elegant sense of style and substantial tannin structure that will give the wine several more years of maturing in the bottle. That is, if you can keep your hands off of it in the meantime!
2015 Sangiovese-Texas High Plains, Reddy Vineyards
85% Sangiovese, 10% Petit Verdot, & 5% Mourvedre
A rich perfume of spice and eucalyptus greet you as the deep garnet color swirls in your glass. Tastes of a smooth chocolate velvet wash over your palate followed by bright red summer fruits. A deep earthy finish lingers.
The combination of the fruit forward Mourvedre, rich Petit Verdot, and the depth and complexity from the Montepulciano and Aglianico create a wine that completely encompasses your palate and leaves you with a light satisfying finish.
2017 Not Quite Pink
100% Rose of Aglianico
Crazy Cluster Vineyard, Texas High Plains
Bright rhubarb strawberry pie with a crisps twist on the nose, a wash of earthy and mineral flavors, citrus zest finish. Summer fruits on the palate and nose with a nice earthy finish
2014 Junkyard Red
57% Tempranillo with 43% Montepulciano
Texas High Plains
The 2014 blends 57% Tempranillo with 43% Montepulciano to create a super-drinkable middleweight red precisely in the tradition of previous Junkyards.