Today was the first day in Dripping Springs that the weather actually turned to Fall. 50 degrees outside today and not suppose to move much throughout the entire day. Lots of things have been happening at the winery, so I thought I would summarize some of the highlights.
Our new tasting bar has been complete (see below). We figure it was too much trouble for the folks sitting on the patio to walk some 25 feet to refill a glass, so we built our new tasting bar to reduce that effort.
We released several new wines this last summer. Our Reston Wild West White, Chardonnay, Zinfandel, and Gamay are newbies to the tasting room.
We have a brilliant new Bell Springs sign at our front entrance created by Carved Stone. Kudos to Carved Stone. Nice people visit and stand by the stone sign as well.
We had a blast pouring tastings at The Gruene Wine and Music Festival earlier this month.
We are looking forward to the Cafe 131 wine dinner on November 5. If you haven’t registered, I believe they still have a few seats left.