I had my first taste of Texas wine about a year ago in New York City. The geographic formula alone was worth writing about, but I quickly discovered the wines were worthy of discussion regardless of location. I was inspired to learn more about the region Lone Star State residents dub Texas Hill Country. Since Texas wines aren’t really distributed in California, my wife and I ended up paying the region a visit in July to quench my educational thirst.
There was plenty to absorb through our Texan excursion, and the good folks at Sauté Magazine allowed me to share quite a few observations via an online article. It’s a long read, but that’s mainly because there’s a lot to talk about. I hope you have as much fun going through it as I had putting it together. At the very least, I hope you enjoy my wife’s pretty photos.