Kicking off an early 2022 harvest season, Lost Oak Winery commemorates a collaboration with acclaimed Texas grape grower Jet Wilmeth, in addition to the release of 2 brand-new, specific niche varietals this harvest season.
BURLESON, Texas– August 2, 2022– (Newswire.com)
Lost Oak Winery, a family-owned and ran winery situated in Burleson, Texas, reveals a collaboration with popular, acclaimed Texas grape grower Jet Wilmeth, owner of Diamante Doble Vineyard The collaboration and the 2022 harvest season is highlighted by 2, specific niche ranges, Roussanne and Trebbiano
“Wine lovers can anticipate an extraordinary, special harvest thanks to our collaboration with Jet Wilmeth,” stated Roxanne Myers, president ofLost Oak Winery “With over 22 years of experience as one of the very best growers in Texas, Lost Oak is enjoyed begin our harvest season and assistance red wine enthusiasts broaden their beliefs on what Texas red wine appears like.”
As the routine Texas grape harvest season starts in early August, the Lone Star State delights in beneficial elevation, more sunshine, and excellent quality fruit yields that will support experimentation with 2 specific niche varietals that grow well inTexas “Harvest season is previously in Texas due to the fact that of sunshine, however it is based upon ranges. We need to get the grapes off a bit earlier due to the boost in heat; leaving them for too long into the warm season can put tension on the vine,” Wilmeth stated.
Wilmeth started his farming profession as a Texas cotton, peanut, watermelon, jalapeño, cucumber and chili farmer however ultimately questioned how to get the most out of his most valuable resource, water. After discovering grapes have much deeper roots that need less water and provide more durability, Wilmeth started an academic wine making journey, ending with him planting his very first 5 acres of cabernet sauvignon grapes in 2000 and starting Diamante Doble Vineyard Lost Oak Winery has actually won various awards with the fruit from Diamante Doble and wants to continue putting Texas red wine on the map with brand-new ranges Roussanne and Trebbiano.
- Roussanne— Rich and complex, with unique honey, flower, and apricot tastes. Roussanne ages well due to its uncommon mix of richness, minerality, and balancing acids. Beautiful russet grape colors thrive in the special landscape and environment ofTexas While most gewurztraminers can not be barrel-aged or served with red meat, Roussanne is special with its velvety, full-bodied surface that enables a prolonged aging procedure and flexible supper pairing.
- Trebbiano— This gewurztraminer distinctively grows well in the Texas environment, providing a mouthwateringly crisp taste with aromas of tropical fruit and citrus bloom with tastes of pear and melon. With the large bulk of Texas Trebbiano originating from Lost Oak Winery and the Texas High Plains AVA, it is dry and crisp with no severe tastes, as there is lots of Texas sunshine to totally ripen the grapes.
“Our effective experimentation with the Roussanne and Trebbiano ranges permits red wine enthusiasts to broaden their taste buds and action beyond their convenience zone with brand-new tastes. There are many scrumptious, special red wines beyond basic supermarket choices, and we’re delighted that the Lost Oak tasting space will provide the chance to attempt in your area grown Texas red wine,” included Myers.
Lost Oak and Wilmeth are delighted to continue putting the Lone Star State on the map with their red wine, which– they are happy to announce– is “100% Texas.”
To discover more, check out www.lostoakwinery.com
About Lost Oak Winery
Inspired by creator Gene Estes’ imagination and enthusiasm in the art of wine making, Lost Oak Winery was established in 2006 in Burelson,Texas The family-operated, woman-owned winery concentrates on French- motivated red wines that are 100%Texas Lost Oak has actually continued its prolonged tradition with awards for its management function in the commitment to and assistance and promo of the Texas red wine market, including its long time association with the Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association.
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