Tempranillo, Texas Style…I wrote my first PUBLISHED article for VinePair about Texas Tempranillo!

The Lone Star State doesn’t immediately come to mind when you think of red wine — let alone Tempranillo. But you may be surprised to learn that this Spanish grape variety grows well in Texas, thanks to the similarities between the southwestern state’s climate and soils to those of Rioja in central Spain. With a name that means “the little early one” in Spanish, Tempranillo is often ready for harvest in Texas as early as August….

Click on the LINK to read the full article and see my 5 Texas Tempranillo recommendations.

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