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eTurboNews : Texas wines. Are they serious?
Turism&Travel Zinfandel and 2013 Serenity.

Curated Tastings:

• Texas Rose. 2015. Chenin Blanc – 28 percent, Muscat- 27 percent; Vementino - 14 percent, Albarino – 11 percent, Roussanne – 10 percent and Viognier – 10 percent.

Clear light straw to the eye and slightly sour on the palate – delivering hints of honeysuckle, peach, apricots, oranges and tangerines. The slight sour finish is refreshing and lingers

• Sangiovese. 2014. 100 percent Texas High Plains grapes. Aged in French Oak

To the eye deep purple trending to pink. To the palate young slightly sour cherries, strawberries, licorice and wood (earthy). A wild cherry finish includes firm tannins and high acidity.

Get to Grapevine

Whether you are a corporate meeting planner looking to add interest to your program in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, or have a few hours to spend exploring nearby locales before your flight departs, Grapevine, is an attractive destination for a few hours of wine tasting and shopping in small Main Street shops that feature locally made chocolates (Dr. Sue's) and local produce (Farmers Market). For additional information, click here.

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