Author: Ron Saikowski

TEXAS WINERIES WIN BIG AT HOUSTON RODEO UNCORKED
Texas Wineries Win Big at Houston Rodeo Uncorked Texas Wineries earn 588 Medals at the recent Blind Judging of the Houston Rodeo Uncorked International Wine Competition. There were 3,071 entries [...]
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CHRISTMAS SHOPPING FOR UNIQUE WINE-RELATED GIFTS
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING FOR UNIQUE WINE-RELATED GIFTS Next Friday comes the BIGGEST shopping day of the year! BLACK FRIDAY, the most chaotic sales day leading up to Christmas. It is chaotic [...]
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WINING DOWN FOR THE DAY WITH A TEXAS WINE
Wining Down for the Day with a Texas Wine The weather is cooling down and providing great opportunities to visit with your friends either on the street or on the [...]
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PAIRING WINES WITH YOUR THANKSGIVING MEAL
Pairing Wines with Your Thanksgiving Meal The Harvest is over, wines are fermenting, and “thanks” is being expressed for a bountiful Harvest. Texas has just celebrated Texas Wine Month with [...]
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MAKE EVERY DAY A TEXAS WINE DAY!
Make Every Day a Texas Wine Day! As Texas Wine Month slowly ends with its hype, why not make EVERY DAY a Texas Wine Day? Texas is producing many outstanding [...]
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THERE’S AN INCUBATOR IN TEXAS
There’s An Incubator in Texas Let’s find out about this “wine incubator” in Texas during Texas Wine Month. Kerrville Hills Winery is being used as an incubator to start new [...]
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Enjoying Texas Wine Month
Enjoying Texas Wine Month Every month is a great wine for Texas wine. The Texas Department of Agriculture has specifically declared October as Texas Wine Month. The grapes has been [...]
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Texas Wine Comes to Spolight in October
Texas Wine Comes to Spotlight in October October 7, 2022 Texas celebrates Texas wines for the entire month of October…all 31 days! Twenty-six of the Texas Hill Country Wineries invaded [...]
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Texas Wine as a Family Affair
Texas Wine as a Family Affair October has been officially designed as Texas Wine Month by the Texas Department of Agriculture. The vast majority of Texas wineries are “Mom and [...]
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Texas Wine Phoenix Rise from the Ashes of Prohobition
Texas Wine Phoenix Rises after the End of Prohibition When Prohibition began in the USA in 1919, Texas had 25 active wineries. The number of wineries dwindled to one making [...]
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