Monday, August 26, 2013

Trying Texan Wine

When people say that everything is bigger in Texas, does "everything" include glasses of wine? I was pondering this all-important question when I arrived at Pedernales Cellars, a convenient stop in the Texas Hill Country on my way back to Austin from the adorable town of Fredericksburg. Before this trip, I had no clue that Texas produced any wines at all. It was happy news, particularly since the wines were better than I expected. After my wine tasting, I enjoyed some quiet time on the back terrace overlooking the field and feeling very Little House on the Prairie.

Welcome to Pedernales Cellars
The last drop
Little House on the Prairie moment #1: girl on field
Little House on the Prairie moment #2: dog on field
Little House on the Prairie moment #3: me on field (in flowy dress)
For more pictures of my day trip to Pedernales Cellars, visit my photo gallery.

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  1. Loooove their wines. I'm still trying to figure out what it is I want to do with all the corks they have me.

    1. I have my corks in something like this:$(KGrHqRHJEkFE1ktt,dPBRdImiUgWQ~~60_35.JPG?set_id=8800005007 (Sorry it won't hyperlink.)

      Mine is cuter, though. Did you want to do something more creative with them? Maybe you'll find ideas on Pinterest.

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    1. Thanks! Btw, Arroz Con Mango is the greatest blogger pen name ever. That's got to be my favorite Cuban expression.