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HILL COUNTRY ROAD TRIP Hidden gems: 3 under-the-radar wineries just a short drive from Austin BY MATT MCGINNIS 1.20.15 | 2:19 pm Perissos Vineyard in the Texas Hill Country. Photo by Matt McGinnis Alamosa Wine Cellar’s El Guapo.  Photo by Matt McGinnis Sergio Cuadra sips wine at his Fall Creek Vineyard. Photo by Matt McGinnis The […]

Take a Texas Wine Tour with AboutAustin

Alamosa Wine Cellars Creating unusual wines such as Verdelho and Graciano, Alamosa produces grapes that are meant to be grown in warm climates. The winemakers emphasize gentle processing with a focus on preserving the best of the grape’s flavors. Visitors can enjoy a tasting amid antiques in front of a stone fireplace or out on […]

El Guapo Gets Top Tempranillo Recognition

At a recent blind tasting conducted by drinks editor at Texas Monthly, Jennifer Dupuy,  our El Guapo was named one of the Top Five Texas Tempranillos.  A blend of all Spanish wines, El Guapo consists of Tempranillo, Graciano (another pioneering effort at Alamosa) and Garnacha. Predominantly Tempranillo, this blend is typically old world but with […]

Top of the Hill County Passport to Harvest Mini trail

It’s that time of year!  Harvest at the Top of the Hill Country.  Grab a passport at any participating winery then visit all four.  Drop your completed Passport in the drawing for fabulous prizes including a Six-Pack of TOP wines.  NO TICKET NEEDED!   Just pick up a Passport at Alamosa, Texas Legato, Fiesta or […]

TEXAS SOMMELIER HAS 35 TEXAS WINES ON HIS LIST

Steven Krueger, Sommelier of La Cantera Resort in San Antonio is interviewed by Texas Wine and Trail senior writer, Andrew Chalk. Read the whole article  http://tinyurl.com/kdhtast We have known and done business with Steven for a number of years.  We love his way of introducing Texas wines to visitors to his wonderful resort.

The Texas Terroirists in Edible Austin Magazine

Alamosa Wine Cellars was prominently featured in the latest issue of Edible Austin Magazine! Meet “The Texas Terroirists” who have led the way in developing the current Texas Wine industry.