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Fodor’s calls 2010 Vermentino “superlative”

“The 2010 Vermentino is superlative,” writes Jordan Simon in a blog this week on Fodor’s, “with whiffs of wisteria and sage as well as lime zest and bosc pear. The dense, dark Fall Creek 2008 Meritus Bordeaux-style blend is jamming with forest fruits and earthiness; their Chenin Blanc is a steal, too.” Click here to…
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Duchman featured in Prime Living Magazine!

From “America the Beautiful: Unspoiled Wine Regions Worth the Trek” by Robin Barr Sussmann (Prime Living, July/August 2012). About 30 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas meets Tuscany at the Duchman Family Winery in Driftwood, a growing wine region in the vast Texas wine country. This astonishing endeavor owned by Drs. Lisa and Stan Duchman encompasses…
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Texas wines and the shot heard around the world…

Above: Ray Isle — executive wine editor for Food & Wine magazine, frequent Today Show guest, and one of the top wine writers in the U.S. today — was a member of the panel that tasted Texas wines on Sunday at the first-ever Austin Food & Wine Festival. From CNN.com to Texas Monthly to the…
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Glowing review of current releases by @JDewps @TMFood

“About a year ago,” writes Texas wine writer extraordinaire Jessica Dupuy (left) this week on Eat My Words, the Texas Monthly magazine blog. “I snuck into a last-minute barrel tasting with Duchman winemaker Dave Reilly and found some exciting wines in production that made me really look forward to coming back once they made it…
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