Texas Wines

Red Wine

Duchman Aglianico

Notes of stewed fruit and cinnamon with firm, structured tannins, dried floral aromas and cedar box. Well balanced acidity makes for a very food friendly wine. Take a bottle home: Pairs perfectly with braised or grilled meats and game, particularly wild boar ragu over pappardelle. Aged Manchego cheese offers a tasty cheese pairing.

Duchman Sangiovese

This grape is very popular due to its pleasant acidity and mid-range tannins. Beautiful cherry and raspberry notes fill the palate. This wine’s structure lends to an amazingly food friendly wine. Take a bottle home: An excellent pairing for light game and tomato based pasta dishes. Can be cellared for 20+ years.

White Wine

Duchman Trebbiano

Notes of tropical fruit and citrus. Well balanced acidity allows this wine to be both the perfect match for a day by the pool and a sophisticated match to a well prepared meal. Take a bottle home: Duchman Trebbiano is, in a word, refreshing. Pairings with light seafood, salads, and fresh vegetables are very successful.

Fall Creek Sauvignon Blanc

Hot days, cool nights and calcium-rich, sandy soil give this wine rich fruit character with bright acidity, expressing gooseberry and sweet lime on the nose and a palate gushing with ripe honeydew, nectarine and snappy minerality. Take a bottle home: Enjoy this wine with light meats, seafood and cheese.

Sparkling

Messina Hof Spumante

Delightfully sweet with crisp fruit flavors of orange peel, peach, and nectarine. This aromatic wine has wonderful floral notes on the nose. Take a bottle home: Fresh and effervescent, this delicate sparkling wine pairs nicely with a diverse selection of foods, particularly: creamy sauces, seaside Mediterranean dishes, and spicy Asian entrées.