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Top Wines of 2015

Top-Wines-of-2015

Syrah/Shiraz

Llano Estacado, Texas, Mont Sec Vineyard, Syrah, 2012 – 88 points, $20

Lost Oak Winery, Texas, Shiraz, NV – 92 points, $30

Perissos  Vineyard  & Winery, Texas Hill Country, Estate Syrah, 2013 – 91 points, $68

Salt Lick Cellars, Texas Hill Country, Maile’s Vineyard, Syrah, 2013 – 89 points, $55

White Blends

William Chris Vineyards, Texas, ‘Mary Ruth’ 2014 – 89 points, $28

McPherson Cellars, Texas, ‘Les Copains’ 2014 – 91 points, $14

Wedding Oak Winery, Texas, ‘Terre Blanc’ 2014 – 87 points, $23

Viognier

Blue Ostrich Winery, Texas, Viognier, 2014 – 91 points, $22

McPherson Cellars, Texas, Viognier, 2014 – 91 points, $16

Pedernales Cellars, Texas, Viognier, 2014 – 90 points, $20

Lost Oak Winery, Texas High Plains, Bingham Family Vineyard, Viognier, 2014 – 91 points, $21

Roussanne

Kuhlman Cellars, Texas High Plains, Roussanne, 2014 – 91 points, $32

McPherson Cellars, Texas High Plains, Roussanne Reserve, 2014 – 91 points, $22

Dry Rosé

Brennan Vineyards, Texas (Comanche County), Mourvedre Rosé, 2014 – 88 points, $20

Lewis Wines, Texas Hill Country, Parr Vineyards, Mourvedre Rosé, 2014 – 87 points, $30

Calais Winery, Texas, ‘Gaston’ 2014 – 87 points, $30

Lost Draw Vineyards, Texas High Plains, ‘Arroyo Rose’ 2014 – 86 points, $24

Blanc Du Bois

Haak Vineyards, Texas, Blanc Dubois Madeira, 2013 – 91 points, $40

Lewis Wines, Texas, ‘Swim Spot’ 2014 – 87 points, $14

Haak Vineyards, Texas, Estate Blanc Dubois, 2015 – 86 points, $19

Red Blends

Pedernales Cellars, Texas, GSM, 2013 – 91 points, $26

Llano Estacado, Texas High Plains,  Reddy Vineyards, ‘Due Compaesani’ 2013 – 91 points, $20

Fall Creek Vineyards, Texas Hill Country, GSM, 2013 – 91 points, $43

Becker Vineyards, Texas Hill Country, ‘Prairie Rotie’ 2013 – 90 points, $22

Flat Creek Estate, Texas High Plains, Reserve ‘Super Texan’ 2012 – 90 points, $35

William Chris Vineyards, Texas Hill Country, ‘Mandola  Estate Field Blend’ 2014 – 89 points, $38

McPherson Cellars, Texas High Plains, Lost Draw Vineyards, ‘Les Copains’ 2013 – 88 points, $16

Arche Wines, Texas (Montague County) ‘Chateau Rouge’ 2012 – 88 points, $29

Tempranillo

Flat Creek Estate, Texas High Plains, Lost Draw Vineyards, Tempranillo, 2011 – 91 points, $35

Times Ten Cellars, Texas, ‘Cathedral Mountain Vineyard’ Tempranillo, 2012 – 90 points, $29

Lewis Wines, Texas Hill Country, Parr Vineyard, Tempranillo, 2011 – 89 points, $32

Lewis Wines, Texas High Plains, Newsom Vineyard, Tempranillo, 2011 – 89 points, $35

Round Mountain Vineyards, Texas Hill Country, Estate Tempranillo, 2011 – 89 points, $45

Lost Oak Winery, Texas High Plains, Bingham Family Vineyard, Tempranillo, 2014 – 88 points, $26

Pemberton Cellars, Texas, Tempranillo, 2012 – 88 points, $28

Bar Z Winery, Texas High Plains, Tempranillo, ‘Enigmatic’ 2008 – 88 points, $26

William Chris Vineyards, Texas Hill Country, Parr Vineyards, Tempranillo, 2013 – 88 points, $46

Cabernet Sauvignon

Texas Legato, Texas, Hoover Vineyard, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2011 – 93 points, $35

Flat Creek Estate,  Texas High Plains, Newsom Vineyards, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 – 92 points, $50

Becker Vineyards, Texas, Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve,  2012 – 90 points, $20

Llano Estacado, Texas, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2014 – 90 points, 2012

William Chris Vineyards, Texas Davis Mountains (Jeff Davis County), Dolores Mountain Vineyard, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2013 – 90 points, $90

Messina Hof, Texas, Cabernet Sauvignon Private Reserve Double Barrel,  2011 – 88 points, $22

Becker Vineyards, Texas High Plains, Canada Vineyards, Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, 2012 – 88 points, $45

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