Vineyard pruning

Vineyard pruning

We have had a nice cold winter here on the High Plains of Texas for the grape vines to sleep through and to kill off harmful insects. But now it is spring! Time for pruning in the vineyards. Here is one of our vineyards last February. Sleeping away. Now in April, some...
Starting Work at the Winery

Starting Work at the Winery

Work has started at the winery. Cleaning out tanks and getting them ready to fill with Texas juice this fall at harvest time.   The vines are still asleep. Here are the vines at Cox Family Vineyard at the winery covered in snow at the beginning of February. This month...
2012 Viognier at Lewis Winery Reviewed

2012 Viognier at Lewis Winery Reviewed

This wine is an expression of what Viognier should be like when it is picked early and not overly processed to allow the fruit to shine; and it does very well. Daniel Kelada, Wine Writer, Founding Director of the Texas Wine Journal Daniel Kaleda has a detailed review...
What are we working on now

What are we working on now

We have been busy working can’t you see … Even with the holidays and visiting with family and friends, we have been running tractors to ¬†plow in compost to keep the fields fertile, doing end of the year book work and figures, making sure that irrigation is...