LOS FRESNOS, Texas (ValleyCentral)– The Rio Grande Valley’s just winery is introducing a distinctive red wine– and it’s filled with history.
For their brand-new dish of red wine, owners of Bonita Flats Farm and Vineyard in Los Fresnos are utilizing a range of grapes presented to the Valley 169 years back by French nuns fromLyon France Those grape cuttings were given Brownsville for sacramental red wine.
Owners of the winery state the grapes have actually grown well in the Valley, enabling them to utilize them to make a distinct red wine.
“The top place that they ever went was the Immaculate Conception Church, and they brought with them inactive cuttings and they planted them in the back of the church,” stated Arthur and Melissa Delgado, owners of Bonita Flats Farms andVineyard
“It’s sort of a huge secret on how well they’re carrying out in our soils. I believe they have actually adjusted throughout these previous 150 years.”
The owners state they teamed up with regional artist Don Breedon to develop a label on the red wine’s bottle. The label has initial art work of the Immaculate Conception Church in downtownBrownsville
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