Curious About Texas Wine? Time for a Twitter Date

Tonight on Twitter, I will be joining fellow Texas Wine lovers for the year’s first #TXWine Twitter Tasting.  We will be chatting about the 2014 Best Texas Wines and a new opportunity for you to taste some of these wines, no matter where you live.

Here are the details:

Tonight January 13th, 7-8pm CST

Sign in to your Twitter account and search for #TXwine

Our hosts are Denise Clarke, Jeff Cope,Jessica Dupuy, and Russ Kane.  They can be found at the following Twitter handles:@DeniseClarkeTX, @TXWineLover, @JDewps, @VintageTexas respectively.

If you are local, grab a bottle (or more) of the top wines of the year and join us.  If you aren’t but are #TXwine curious, come hang out.  There will be plenty of info and laughs.

Even if you can’t join us tonight, check out Texas Monthly’s new wine club.  Four shipments a year,six bottles per shipment of Texas wine. Partnering with Vinovium Partners, TM is offering the chance to taste the wines I love.  Interested in a one-time shipment?  That can be arranged.

Look forward to “seeing” you and tweeting with you tonight!

Advertisements

Posted by

Being a stay- at-home mom can leave one thirsting for a taste of the outside world, a world in which sentences are composed of more than three words. Being an educator means one is always seeking an opportunity to explore and learn. Being a woman with a need to connect can be a challenge when adult conversations are rare. In wine, I find the marriage of art and science, agriculture and storytelling provides limitless areas to explore. But it is the people that keep me engaged. The tenacity needed to keep the family dream alive, the risk to start anew, the trials and principles. I love the history of the vine, the impact of a season, the sentiment in the bottle. That is why I write. I write to tell their stories, to share a piece of mine. I write to learn as I teach others. I write to connect with new friends, to disconnect from the world. I write to celebrate what makes each of us unique, and that which ties us together.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.