Honey Comb nose with a hint of hazelnut
Rich back tannins, alcohol, and light acid combine to create a salted caramel taste with a fresh white peach. The wine is fortified with brandy, which warms the soul.
2017 Trebbiano-Texas High Plains, Bingham Family Vineyards
White lilies and subtle honeysuckle please the nose in this Italian varietal. Bright notes of white peach guide the palate to a subtle almond and soft acidity on the finish.
2017 Rosato- Texas High Plains
55% Sangiovese & 45% Negroamaro
An herbal nose of cherry tomato leaf and strawberry guide the senses to a delicate finish of alpine strawberry and dried raspberry. Minerality gives this wine the perfect bite on the finish.
2016 Il Sensio- Texas High Plains
50% Aglianico, 30% Montepulciano, 20% Petit Verdot
Nice nose of tart cherry and light leather with vanilla oak tones and rich creamy dark ripe plum as it breathes.
2018 Hye-Albert Cuvee- Texas High Plains
Easy sweet apricot with coconut finish on the nose, lemongrass almond coconut swift finish.
2016 Junkyard Red
50% Sangiovese, 32% Mourvedre, 18% Tempranillo
Texas High Plains
Our Junkyard Red is light-to-medium-bodied red blend. It is soft-textured, smooth cherry flavors on the palate, subtle oak aromas of maple, caramel, and vanilla. Pour this wine slightly chilled with lighter fare or room temperate with meats and sauce dishes.
2015 Full Monte-Texas High Plains, Oswald Family Vineyard
95 % Montepulciano & 5% Petit Verdot
Montepulciano contributes jammy, dark plum bursts on the front of the palate, followed by secondary notes of earthy black currant. Hungarian oak contributes a spicy attitude to this feisty, full bodied, Italian varietal.
2017 Hye Jinx- Texas High Plains/ Red Wine Blend
50% Carignan, 50% Mourvedre
This fun blend leads with Luxardo cherry and mesquite grilled apple. A subtle smoked whiskey finish makes this wine totally unique and perfect for any occasion!
2015 Aglianico- Oswald Family Vineyards, Texas High Plains
85% Aglianico, 15% Sangiovese
This Italian red opens with a bouquet of dried oregano and cranberry on the nose, while notes of tobacco, licorice, and blackberry lead the way to structured tannins and a velvety mouth feel on the finish.
2018 San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo- Gold
2016 Dolcetto- Texas High Plains, La Pradera Vineyard
Tart pomegranate and cocoa powder are detectable on the nose with a swirl of the glass. Young plum and subtle smoke on the finish make this red Texas’ answer to Pinot Noir!
2017 Junkyard White- Texas High Plains
75% Riesling, 15% Trebb, 10% Malvasia Bianca
This blend leads with aromas of juicy fruit and candied pear. A soft mouth feel exposes notes of pineapple, pear, and bright acidity, making this Batek blend a perfect patio pounder.
2014 Elixir Port- Texas
50% Tempranillo and 50% Carignan
Dryer in style and lighter in body, this distinctive port opens with dark chocolate covered cherries, then refines and finishes with subtle notes of fig and date. A result of 2 years of cellar rest and a watchful eye. Hye-ly recommended!
2016 Edelzwicker-Texas High Plains
50% Riesling, 33% Roussanne, 13% Malvasia Bianca
Stone fruit and candied lemon peel please the nose on this fragrant white. Bright notes of tangelo, sweet mango, and pear tease the palate on the finish. Hard to say but easy to drink!
2015 Tempranillo- Texas High Plains
86% Tempranillo & 14% Mourvedre
American oak softens the tannins on this medium bodied red, while delivering contrasting flavors of cherries and spice, making it perfect for every family bar-b-que!
2019 Houston Livestock Show International Wine Competition: Bronze
Playful bubbles introduce your palate to peach and Meyer lemon flavors, making Grandma Chica’s namesake a delectable crowd pleaser!
2017 Riesling- Texas High Plains, Paka Vineyards
A pronounced nose of honeysuckle and lilies, followed by soft notes of sweet nectarine and pear, make this moderately acidic wine a palate pleaser any day of the year.