I have visited over 100 wineries and I don't know if I have ever met someone as knowledgeable as this wine maker. He doesn't have a lot of personality, kind of like a mad scientist lost in his work or a professor giving a boring lecture. His wines though, his wines were very impressive, more than I expected to find when I went off wine tasting in Fredericksburg. His wines were individually crafted to compete with some of the great vineyards of the world and I found that fascinating. My favorite was "Cornelious" 100% Tempranillo, it had complexity that I had not expected from Texas wines before this weekend. I found all of the wines to be very good and worth the money. The wines started around $40 and went up to $70. The tasting room is small, but professional looking with a small horseshoe shaped bar. There is a bar next door, but I did not get a chance to stop in there. I will definitely be back and will be looking for his wines in all my favorite restaurants.
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