Kalasi Cellars

Kalasi Cellars, Fredericksburg: Hours, Address, Kalasi Cellars Reviews: 5/5

Kalasi Cellars
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Wineries & Vineyards • Farms • Wine Bars
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Monday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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All of our wines are made 100% from grapes coming from our vineyards in Texas. On the farming side we focus on growing high quality grapes without use of pesticides and minimal use of herbicides. We have two lines of wine: - Our Heritage line features more common varietals, blends, and production styles. These are staples in any collection and you'll definitely enjoy them! - Our Reincarnated line features rare varietals / clones that we were the first to grow in Texas, or non-traditional blends and less common production techniques. These are wines that give you a new experience and are sure to impress any of your wino friends!
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Stacey B
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May 2021
You will want to venture off the main "winery row" for this one! My husband found this winery because they served Indian fair and it was a lovely little spot for a bite and a sip, we are so glad we went off the beaten path to find it. Gregg was a delight and the space was light, airy, minimalistic yet fun. We enjoyed the Tikka Masala pizza. Interestingly, they also have a Tesla charger, sheep and a llama.
Written May 31, 2021
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Diana L
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Nov 2021 • Couples
If you visit Fredericksburg for some wine tasting, don’t miss the opportunity to go a bit outside of Main St to Kalasi Winery. If you enjoy dry wines, & we do, you’ve got to try theirs. Amazing, every last one of them! One of the owners, Gregg (didn’t get to meet his wife), was so personable & extremely knowledgeable. The other members of the staff were so friendly as well. We joined their wine club & can’t wait to receive them! And we are avid Paso Robles Wine Festival attendees from California. Never knew they could make such amazing wines here in Texas.
Written November 22, 2021
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Wine_of_the_Moment
Georgetown, TX98 contributions
Aug 2020
The newest adventures of Nikhila Narra and Gregg Davis at Kalasi Cellars is their latest endeavor into all things grape and wine in Texas. Having already established themselves as one of the top-quality growers of Texas grapes, the expectations of their own line of wines has been eagerly awaited. Although this is her first big step into the Texas winery business, Nikhila is certainly no stranger to the wine industry. Having experience in wine making at Cakebread Cellars in Napa Valley as well as wine certification from UC Davis AND a Texas Tech viticulture certification, her credentials are only matched by her inspiration and enthusiasm for this big dream. Like his wife, Gregg has jumped all into this new business with enthusiasm and is not looking back. With experience in business management practices, he can help foster growth and success for this new bright star that recently opened. At 3300 feet in the Texas High Plains AVA, the Davis’s have been setting the bar on sustainable and quality grape growing practices for six years at Narra Vineyards. In 2014, they started with 20 acres of Albariño, Roussanne, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, and Sangiovese vines. Since then, they have expanded to almost 117 acres including not only Tannat and Tempranillio, but also Malvasia Bianca, Viognier, Petit Verdot, and Cabernet Franc as well as some “rising grape stars” like Carménère, Sagrantino, and Teroldego. And as if that is not enough, they have started a new vineyard on their Texas Hill Country estate with freshly planted Teroldego last May. WOW…right? Using low yielding practices, the quality of each grape varietal at both vineyards will continue to be highly sought after by winemakers. Their commitment to a holistic approach to winemaking is unwavering and you can taste the difference in their inaugural wine releases. There are six wines to try in the fresh new hill country tasting room. The first line of wines to try are called the Heritage Collection. This represents the more common and traditional wines that everybody knows and loves. For the 2018 Roussanne, this stainless-steel aged wine does have a deep golden color and a well-rounded mouthfeel. The “newbie” on the rack is a 2019 Sparkling Muscat. This wine has just a touch of CO2 and was bottle aged for 6-months, giving it a pleasant tingling sensation along with honeysuckle notes that dance and delight across the palate. A great wine for spicy foods or a great summer sipper. Moving on to the reds! The 2018 Sangiovese was aged 18 months in neutral oak. It has good depth, character, great raspberry flavors, and is smooth. Got Malbec? This 2017 release is a big pleaser. It has a medium bodied texture, with cocoa, and cherry notes, making this bold wine a winner! The other two reds are part of their Reincarnated line. These seldom seen and grown grapes in Texas may not be so rare once Nikhila and Greg show the Texas wine world how they can be grown and crafted into great wines. You certainly may have had some good Carménère from Chile, but this “lost grape” explodes with beautiful berry structures and a touch of paprika. Have never heard of Teroldego? This Italian varietal has certainly found a new home here at Kalasi Cellars. With vanilla and tobacco notes, this very deep dark rich red wine will certainly rival many traditional well-known reds. Bring on that locally sourced fatty aged steak for pairing! It goes without saying that this 100% estate and Texas grown fruit is working out quite nicely for this new winery. On the wine horizon will be a Rosé Tannat and a Sagritora – yum and YUM! It was great being there for their opening weekend and we hope to visit again and enjoy spending a bit of time on the patio. They are a great young couple to chat with and they certainly have their hearts and passions in the right place. Do plan to stop by! They have a kitchen, so stop in for lunch and a tasting or snacks and a tasting. We think you will be incredibly pleased with the wines and glad you visited. Enjoy!
Written August 28, 2020
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Thank you for the great review! We hope to see you two back soon!
Written November 18, 2020
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