Solaro Estate going head to head with Napa contenders with its grapes grown in the Hill Country and High Plains of Texas, and racking up dozens of awards since its first harvest in 2009. And the scenic vineyard and tasting room, situated, 1250 ft above Barton Creek are on the same international scale. Lovely breezes trace terraced Italian vines, like Montepulciano and their double-gold award-winning Barbera ….
Longhorn senior midfielder Tully Moorhead, Lacrosse Magazine’s 2014 WCLA Division I Preseason Player of the Year, has her eyes on the future in her last season as a club lacrosse player at Texas. Click to read her featured article in the Daily Texan
We’re Proud of You
Solaro’s Erika Fritz, a member of the Westlake Varsity Swimming Team, has been chosen to receive this year’s award for outstanding accomplishment. Go Erika! We are proud of you and all of the young men and women on the 6A Texas State Championship Westlake Swimming Team. You are all role models.
2011 Finger Lakes International
2010 Arancia – Silver Medal 2009 Tempranillo Reserve – Bronze Medal 2009 Mourvedre Grenache Tempranillo – Bronze Medal 2009 Miscela – Silver Medal Solaro Estate Winery of Austin, Texas takes an incredible 4 wins in the Finger Lakes International blind wine tasting competition held in New York earlier this week. One of the select few…
Solaro Estate Winery of Dripping Springs and Houston, Texas awarded Double Gold and Best of Class in California Published: Aug 30, 2013 at 20:19 CST Austin, Texas, Aug. 30 (WNI) – Vineyard & Winery Management Magazine California has announced that Solaro Estate Winery of Dripping Springs and Houston, Texas has been awarded top Honors by…
Kentucky Derby Day May 4th
Come out Saturday for Great Texas Wines and Live Texas Music before the running of the Kentucky Derby. Be sure to Wear Your Best Hat.
Hank on Food talks Solaro Urban Winery
About a decade or so ago, if you said the words Texas Wines, it would usually make an Oenophile or Sommelier laugh or roll their eyes or maybe a bit of both. You’d not think of wine grapes growing in Texas. Or perhaps you’d think of some place that would “import” their grapes from California,…