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We really do know vino!

We are thrilled that we were recently included in Texas Co-Op Power Magazine among influential Texas winemakers! The article looked at the booming Texas wine industry, how much it has grown, and credited Jim with being on the forefront of cultivating nontraditional grapes that thrive here. Read the full article on Texas Coop Power Magazine.

Holidays at Alamosa

Vintage 2013 Off to a Great Start…at Alamosa

 We are fortunate to report that the late Spring freezes which so devastatingly affected the Texas High Plains and many other vineyards, did not do much, if any, damage to our estate vineyard.  Jim and I had the fun of attending Newsom Vineyards Grape Day April 26th.  We were hosted by Neil Newsom and his […]

The Story of “El Guapo” and our friend Anthony King

  We produced the first commercial Tempranillo in the State of Texas in 1999.  Knowing that Tempranillo had almost no name recognition, we considered early on that we might need to come up with a proprietary name for this new wine so that people would notice it. And along with that, we would certainly need […]

5 Wines to Try

Alamosa Wine Cellars’ wines mentioned in Texas Highways publication. We are thrilled that we were included in a recent Texas Highways writeup – “Texas wines: 5 to try.” The food writer likes our Scissortail, which is a classic blend of Roussanne,  Viognier, and Marsanne. Thid blend is so popular, we are currently sold out. But […]

Some recent press about Alamosa Wine Cellars

Find out what people are saying about Alamosa Wine Cellars. We’ve been written about in two high-profile magazines.