Posts Tagged ‘Texas Wines’

2014 Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest pictures

Here are some great pictures from Aimee Nesse, thank-you for taking them!  If you want to share your pictures with us on facebook as well, then either tag our location (https://www.facebook.com/SaladoWinery) or the festival (https://www.facebook.com/events/273309656070588/) Post by Salado Wine Seller.


TX Winery Passport is Here!

TX Winery Passport is Here!

The Texas Wine and Grape Growers Board of Directors proudly announces the launch of the TX Wine Passport Smartphone Mobile App, a tool to promote the Texas wine and grape industry and drive consumers into Texas wineries. The TX Wine Passport Mobile App is a project started two years ago to when marketing funds were […]


New Release–Diamond Back

It’s finally here!  These grapes were harvested AUG 2009.  It is a blend of grapes from Central Texas including our 2009 Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. Vanilla notes and hints of raisins.


New Release–Rootin’ Tootin’

Rootin’ Tootin’ 2011 is now available for sale! …only 5 cases made..!  This is a sweet red wine made from the sangiovese grapes grown in our vineyard in Salado.  It is light & fruity a touch tart and hopefully this year it won’t re-ferment in the bottle (although some of you loved that bubbly effect). […]


2012 Salado Winery Harvest Statistics

2012 Salado Winery Harvest Statistics

Our BIGGEST year yet! We’ve processed quite a few grapes this summer, in fact, we made wine from 9 tons of grapes, all from central Texas. Our vineyard here in Salado grew one ton of Sangiovese, a half ton each of cabernet sauvignon and merlot and more than a half ton of chardonnay.  That means we have over 160 gallons […]


TEXAS SOMMELIERS, Wine Experts Select Top Lone Star Wines

AUSTIN, Texas – Feb. 22, 2011 – In the first-ever Texas Sommelier Tasting, nearly a dozen sommeliers and wine experts blind tasted more than 100 Texas wines to select their favorites that best represent Texas and its terroir. From Blanc du Bois grown in Coastal sandy soils to Mediterranean varieties like Tempranillo, Sangiovese and Vermentino […]


Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest 2010

Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest 2010

March 27-28 We’re looking for artists to join us for our next festival! http://saladowinefestival.com/vendor-registration/ We’ve got Texas wineries coming to join us, we’ve got music, food and most important, we’ve got ART! So save the date: Saturday March 27 & Sunday March 28 For more information: ww.saladowinefestival.com


Pick up a Texas Winery Passport

Pick up a Texas Winery Passport

Come by Salado Wine Seller and pick up a Texas Winery Passport and earn free gifts. Getting Rewards is fun and easy! Simply take your passport to the Texas wineries and follow the directions on the passport. We’ll be happy to stamp it as well. If you forget to ask us for a stamp, don’t […]


Poster Signing by Rick Vanderpool

Poster Signing by Rick Vanderpool

Saturday, October 27th, 12- 7pm Take a break from the activities of Salado’s Founders Day, come have a glass of wine and meet photographer Rick Vanderpool.  His most recent poster, “90 days in Texas Wine Country” will be for sale and he will be available for signings & stories.  Check out this article from the […]


Chocolate Festival at Salado Wine Seller

5 desserts to be matched with 5 wines Salado Chocolate & Art Festival Evening of Chocolate & Wine Friday, September 25th, 7:30 – 10 pm.  The festival kickoff begins on Friday evening with an Evening of Chocolate & Wine from at Salado Wine Seller. Guests will be invited to savor the taste of premier Texas wines […]


TV show featuring Salado Vineyard

TV show featuring Salado Vineyard

This picture is Stephen & Mary Hanik (from Salado) being filmed by Christian Wohlfhart of KNCT TV.  Mr. Wolfhart produced a film about the Texas wineries called, “A Journey In Every Glass”.  We’re going to host a special public screening of the documentary on Saturday, September 5 at 7pm. Christian spent a considerable amount of […]


New Wine Premieres at Taste of Salado, August 4th

New Wine Premieres at Taste of Salado, August 4th

Red Caboose Winery Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot Have you bought your tickets to the first ever “Progressive Taste of Salado”? Because you don’t want to miss out… For the first time ever, we will be offering this wine, grown in Salado and made by Red Caboose Winery.  This Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend will be poured by the kind […]


Menu for Progressive Taste of Salado–AUG 4th

Menu for Progressive Taste of Salado--AUG 4th

Don’t forget!  August 4th is approaching soon.  Reservations are required. The progression of the evening will include: 1st Pairing – Salado Wine Seller Appetizers upon Arrival at Salado Wine Seller Citrus Poached Shrimp with Cool Mango Salsa served on individual spoons Smoked Duck and Potato “Croquette” with Wild Mushroom Drizzle Watermelon, Heirloom Tomato and Basil […]


Austin Street 3 White Chicks

Austin Street 3 White Chicks

We’re quite excited to offer “Austin Street 3 White Chicks” by Brennan Vineyards.  This wine is a blend of Semillon, Chardonnay, and our favorite, Viognier.  An excellent refreshing white wine for hot summer days.   Light & refreshing, pairs well with art, music and cheese!


Wildflower Art Show & Texas Wine Tasting

Wildflower Art Show & Texas Wine Tasting

Wildflower Art Show & Texas Wine Tasting, March 28 & 29, 9 am – 5 pm Come on down and meet Texas artists and Texas wine makers!  Sip and swirl great Texas wines while you browse the Wildflower Art Fair. Representatives from Bell Mountain Vineyards, Brennan Vineyards, Brushy Creek Vineyards, Chisholm Trail Winery, Homestead Winery, […]


Wineries Keep An Eye on the White House

Wineries keep an eye on the Whitehouse Wednesday, December 17, 2008 this AP article on pressdemocrat.com featured a great quote for Texas wines: Lettie Teague, executive wine editor for the magazine Food & Wine, said K-J chardonnay seems a good choice for modern times — popular and reasonably priced at around $11 a bottle. She […]


Warm-up with a hot glass of Kriskindel Wine

Warm-up with a hot glass of Kriskindel Wine

  This month we will be serving warm Kriskindel wine.  Like gluwein (glow wine) from Germany, this is a wine that is meant to be served warm.  We suggest serving it in a crock-pot set on low at your next holiday open house.  Or if you are enjoying it by yourself, pour some into your […]

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