Dry White Texas Wine
In 1806, after years of heated border disputes, Spain and the United States finally declared the lowlands of western Louisiana and southeast Texas Neutral Ground. Unrestricted, this No Man’s Land beckoned to outlaws and pioneers alike. Embodying the spirit of adventure still prevalent here, this bright, fruit-forward semi-dry white wine boldly blends herbal notes with hints of flowers and lime. No need to let it age, muscadine wine tastes best when drank immediately.
Serve chilled to preserve the flavor and aroma characteristics. This wine holds up to savory dishes but pairs particularly well with fresh seafood and creamy pasta.