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Homestead Winery in Grapevine

by David Donalson

When walking into Homestead Winery, the first impression you get is not with your eyes or your nose but actually with your ears. Homestead has a beautiful old wood floor that creaks with every step and as you creak your way to the tasting room, you also notice notes left by customers literally written on the walls Continue reading

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The Tasting Chronicles – Tempranillo

By David Donalson

Photo by Robert Bostick

While some people search for a big Napa cabernet sauvignon or an earthy Oregon pinot noir, I seek out tempranillo. Why tempranillo? Tempranillo is a varietal with loads of character and power but with a graceful edge about it and an even better price tag. Whether from Spain, Texas or anywhere in between, you are sure to find a combination of

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