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Meet Russ Kane, the Doctor of Texas Wines

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Texans have produced wine for 400 years or more, but only recently has commercial wine production taken off. In the past decade or so, the number of Texas wineries has grown from about fifty to well over 200; production of wine has doubled to 1.2 million cases; jobs in the industry have grown […]

High's Restaurant: The Perfect Lunch Opportunity When You're Touring the Guadalupe Wine Trail

I know, Texas Wine Month is over. Gone. Kaputski. Defunct, expired, moribund. Dead, dead, dead. But that doesn’t mean you should stop enjoying wine! Or for that matter, that we should stop talking about it entirely until next October.

While Paula Jo and I were out drinking our way across the countryside foraging through the […]

Beauty and Taste: Comfort Cellar and Singing Water Vineyards in Comfort, Texas

After leaving the peace and quiet of the tiny village of Sisterdale, we struck out cross-country to the Big City. Comfort, Texas, that is. It’s the second-biggest metropolis in all of Kendall County, right after Boerne. Last census showed nearly 2,400 folks live there, and rumor has it that it’s grown a tad bit […]

Sister Creek Winery in the Texas Hill Country

Sisterdale is a small village in the hills, about an hour north of San Antonio. Once upon a time it took nearly two hours to get there; the roads were narrow and winding. Now the Interstate gets you most of the way there, and a ten-minute drive off the main highway puts you […]

A Short Wine Tour Today!

We have a short break from School this week; only two days, but boy do we need it! Not to mention it’s Texas Wine Month and I haven’t had a chance yet to go on tour. Bummer.

Never fear, though; the beauteous Paula Jo has come to our rescue! She’s done the research and made […]