Our Wines

$14.95/bottle.

The first wine made on the premise, in other words, AT Salado Winery from grapes from our Salado vineyard.  This is a sweet red wine made from Sangiovese.  The first vintage was made in 2010 and it was released in August 2011.  The 2011 vintage was sold starting August 2012 and was small due to the drought of 2011.

The 2012 vintage was released in February 2013, but it wasn’t sweet enough, so in August 2014 we combined the 2012 vintage with the 2013 vintage and sold the last bottle in May 2014

The 2014 vintage was released in August 2015 and is the sweetest, most popular Rootin’ Tootin’ yet.  We are especially proud of this year’s label as it features the vineyard name, vintage date 2014 and the location is Bell County.

$19.95/bottle.

Night Flight is our first dry white produced on the premise. The current vintage is 100% unoaked Chardonnay from our vineyard in Salado.

The first vintage was made with grapes grown out on the High Plains in 2010.  20 % Chenin Blanc and 80% Roussanne.  28 cases made and released October 2011.  This wine was not heavily filtered and usually looks cloudy.  It’s quite tart and dry, but refreshing on a hot summer day.

 

 

$16.95/bottle.

2012-2013 vintage now selling.  100% from our vineyard, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Sangiovese.

For our remaining 2012-2013 blended vintage batch, we’re offering $40 off a case of 12!

 

 

 

 

$19.95/bottle

Our most popular dry red.  75% Malbec and 25% Tempranillo. Grown in Temple, Texas by 3 Texans Vineyard and made right here in Salado.

 

 

 

 

 

$13.95/bottle.

This terrific sweet red wine is specially made for us by our friends at Homestead Winery in Ivanhoe, Texas.  It is hand-crafted to our picky specifications. Since March 2007, we’ve sold over 750 cases of this wine!

 

 

 

 

$13.95/bottle.

Sweet Tweet is also a partnership project with our friends at Homestead Winery.  Muscato or Muscat, we don’t care what you call it!  This muscat canelli has a floral aroma, citrus after taste.  We’ve sold over 475 cases since March 2007.

 

 

 

%d bloggers like this: