Yaaas! Release Party today!

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.

Texas Wine Month – Top Hill Country Wineries to Visit

Looking for a way to celebrate Texas Wine Month? Why not try the list of top wineries put together by CultureMap that includes Armadillo’s Leap as well as our sister winery Pedernales Cellars. The article helpfully gives a rundown of the events these wineries are putting on during Texas Wine Month.

Destination on the Rise

Departures Magazine visited Fredericksburg and found what makes it a “destination on the rise.” One of the tips is to visit Armadillo’s Leap Winery, and say that “the covered patio in the back offers a great perch from where to sip bubbles against a scenic Hill Country backdrop.”

KSAT News – 2016 Harvest in the Texas Hill Country expected Best in years

KSAT visited Armadillo’s Leap Winery, as well as its sister winery Pedernales Cellars, and toured Kuhlken Vineyards, to see for itself the excellent vintage that is shaping up for harvest. Click here to see all the coverage of Texas Wine Country.

What to Drink Now – D Magazine’s Summer Whites Recommendations

It is the heat of the summer, which means it is high season for crisp, refreshing whites. Hayley Hamilton Cogill offers her recommendations from around the world, including wines from both Armadillo’s Leap Winery and its sister winery, Pedernales Cellars. Click here for the full list.

Armadillo’s Leap Winery a Fun Addition says Austin American-Statesman

Arianna Auber of the Austin American-Statesman spent an afternoon at Armadillo’s Leap and calls it a fun addition to the Pedernales Cellars family of wine. Armadillo’s Leap is the sister winery to Pedernales Cellars, and both are owned and operated by the Kuhlken-Osterberg family. Arianna enjoys the relaxed feel of Armadillo’s Leap Winery and its experimental approach to winemaking. She recommends you take a glass of one of the winery’s playfully named wines and sit on the patio to enjoy the view. Click here to read the full article.

14 Vineyards and Wineries Worth Visiting in the Hill Country

Armadillo’s Leap winery was named a winery worth visiting by KSAT. Why don’t you come out and see for yourself why? Cheers!

Armadillo’s Leap is the Wine of the Moment

Very nice review of Armadillo’s Leap Winery here. It must be noted that the review seems to have visited during the winter, because we were serving the Glogg, which is now sold out.

Armadillo’s Leap Gives, the winery’s charity program, is announced

With Armadillo’s Leap Gives, Armadillo’s Leap Winery gives back to the Texas community. A portion of every case sold in its tasting room will be given to charity. Each year the Kuhlken-Osterberg family will choose a charity to be a recipient of the donation. In 2016 AL Gives is supporting Westcave Preserve, located just west of Austin. Click here to read more about the program.

Taking a Leap

SAHMmelier (aka Alissa Leenher) visits Armadillo’s Leap and gives a great rundown for why you should visit one of the newest wineries on the 290 wine trail. As she says,

“Sparkling Moscato and Mimosa Mornings, blends given TLAs (three-letter acronyms) like BFF, OMG, and WTF, this is a place to sit back and enjoy your friends. But don’t let their relaxed names fool you, they are still serious about making good wine and giving back to the community.”

Click here for the full article and review of AL wines.