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Toscano Bianco 2011 Origin: Texas High Plains Winemaker Notes: This wine was fermented in 100% stainless steel. While it has fruitiness that creates an impression of sweetness, there is no residual sugar. Tasting Notes: This is an extremely floral wine. The immediate impression is of a light and airy wine, but it has a long finish. There are notes of orange, honey, and a hint of pear

Knuckle Bump 2011 88% Cabernet Franc 12% Merlot Petit Verdot Origin: Texas High Plains Winemaker Notes/Tasting Notes: Beautiful cherry color. Nose is intense with notes of tobacco, black pepper and ripe cherries. Mouth is velvet like with notes of chocolate flavors and a lingering licorice finish. Pairings: This wine would be a perfect accompaniment to white meat dishes. It would also go very well with salmon or seared Tuna.

Triple Threat 2011 49% Syrah, 36% Grenache, 15% Malbec Origin: Texas High Plains Winemaker Notes/Tasting Notes: Beautiful cranberry-cherry color. Nose has intense dried fig and fennel aromas. In the mouth the wine offers persimmon and mineral flavors with a lingering soft tannic finish. Pairings: This wine would be a perfect accompaniment to lamb and creamy sauce dishes

Toscano Rosso 2011 100% Sangiovese Orgin: Texas High Plains / Reddy Vineyards Tasting Notes: Coffee & Vanilla dominate the nose of the wine. Red fruits come to the forefront on the palate. It finishes with tart cherry & perhaps a hint of West Texas dust. It has solid tannins. Pairings: Everything from pizza, to steak, to robust Italian dishes with marinara sauce will be a delight with this wine.

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