Rodeo wine winners

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It’s time to boot, scoot and boogie on over to your local H-E-B retailer. The rodeo is in H-town and so are its award-winning vinos! Meet the Grand Champion: The 2007 Guado Al Tasso, a Bordeaux blend out of Tuscany that’s primarily Cab-based, but with a splendid Merlot to back it. Laetitia’s Brut Rosé from the Arroyo Grand Valley won best in it’s category and it’s a domestic! Bits of strawberry and an overall creaminess make this bubbly the perfect hombre for steak, pork, pasta…really anything!

The Silkwood Petite Sirah is the definite oddball of the group, but in a really good way! It’s a heavily extracted, dark red that’s been aged in oak barrels an average of 36 months! It’s also a class champion that shines with vanilla and caramel undertones. Lasso your lover and pitch for a bottle today!

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2 Responses to Rodeo wine winners

Paul Bonarrigo CEO says: February 21, 2012 at 5:26 pm

It was wonderful seeing you at the Rodeo. Best Bites was the Best. The new saddle for the Solera our Cream Sherry is proudly displayed in out Hospitality Center at Messina Hof Winery and Resort in Bryan, Texas
All the Best Paul


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