Hayley Hamilton-Cogill of D Magazine offers her picks of Texas white wines for Texas Wine Month. Among the many delicious selections, Armadillo’s Leap Yaaas! made the list. It is described as follows: “Candied lemon drops, spicy candied ginger and sweet honey fill the uncomplicated sparkling wine. The wine was just released this month, available via contacting the winery.” Click here to see the full list of wines.
San Antonio Express-News offers pairings of beef with Texas wines in its weekend edition. Armadillo’s Leap sparkling moscato, Yaaas!, is a suggested pairing with an Asian inspired slow cooker beef ribs in a ginger-mango sauce. The fizz and light sweetness of Yaaas! will complement the sweet sauce and bring out its spicy notes. The full-bodied richness of AL’s 2015 Texas Viognier is said to be the perfect pairing with a beef and veggie burger. Cheers to Texas Wine Month, and beyond!
Our traditional Swedish seasonal wine will be available for purchase starting TODAY. It is priced at $19.99/bottle and makes a great gift or party treat.
Texas Wine and Trail gives the rundown on Glogg, the traditional Swedish seasonal wine produced by the Kuhlken-Osterberg family and available for purchase at their sister wineries, Pedernales Cellars and Armadillo’s Leap. Watch the video of Swedish native, Fredrik Osterberg, describe this seasonal favorite affectionately known as “Christmas in a bottle.” Glogg will be released for sale on Oct. 22nd at both wineries.
SA Current’s Ron Bechtol gives the highlights for touring Wine Road 290 during Texas Wine Month. First off is Armadillo’s Leap located in “the historic Rocky Hill Compound, a mini textbook of rustic Hill Country” with wines well “worth investigating.” To read the full guide, click here.
Yaaas! will join the tasting room line-up today at Armadillo’s Leap Winery. To mark the occasion which coincides with the beginning of Texas Wine Month, we will be celebrating with small bites pairings with this delightful Texas Sparkling Moscato.