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The State Of Texas Wine Month

The State of Texas Wine Month

October is upon us and that means it is officially Texas Wine Month! From Cabernet to Chardonnay, let’s take a moment to stop and appreciate all the varieties Texas has to offer.

Did you know that there are eight different federally approved wine-growing areas in Texas stretching as far north as Denison and as far west as El Paso? Take a look at some of these Texas wineries to help you decide what to fill your glass with before you raise it in the air this October.

  • Alamosa – Bend, Texas
    Alamosa is the only Texas winery dedicated solely to warm climate varietals.
    Alamosa Amigos White $11.79
  • Becker Vineyards – Stonewall, Texas
    Produces more than 20 varieties, including the Chardonnay Reserve.
    Becker Chardonnay $7.99 *w/key
  • Messina Hof Winery – Bryan, Texas
    The 42-acre vineyard is part of the 100-acre estate.
    Messina Hof Barrel Pinot Noir $9.89
  • Duchman Family Winery – Driftwood, Texas
    From the heart of central Texas, the winery produces fine wines made exclusively from Italian grape varieties.
    Duchman Family Winery Viognier $12.99
  • Dry Comal Creek – New Braunfels, Texas
    Known as the pioneers in Texas of Black Spanish wine.
    Dry Comal Creek Cabernet $17.59
  • Pedernales Cellars – Stonewall, Texas
    Pedernales Cellars focuses on handcrafted, small-lot wine.
    Pedernales Cellars Tempranillo $17.49
  • Retreat Hill Vineyard – Grimes County
    In 2009, about 30 volunteers came out to help prune and plant the vines, and after a full day of work, they were all treated to wine and BBQ!
    Retreat Hill Dulce Rojo NV $9.99

Need help deciding on the perfect wine for your next occasion? Just ask a Spec’s expert!

Prices include 5% cash savings. All bottles are 750ml. *Save with your FREE Spec’s Key!


Owned and operated by the same Houston family since 1962, Spec’s is a true destination shopping experience. We now operate over 150 stores all over the great state of Texas and offer a large selection of wines, spirits and finer foods.

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. What do you foresee as trending for the holiday season? I know right now Texas anything is super popular, however, any other trends we should keep an eye out for?

    1. Flavored vodkas are starting to get very popular. We’ve seen everything from salted caramel vodka to tobacco flavored vodka, both of which you can find at Spec’s!

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