Brownfield, TX – The February winter event (“Snowpocalypse” 2021) brought historic low temperatures to the Texas High Plains, threatening vineyards responsible for nearly 80% of the state’s wine grape growing. Temperatures approached zero degrees Fahrenheit in Brownfield and in some
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DALLAS, TX (July 15, 2020) – Reddy Vineyards, Texas’ own pioneers of the wine industry, is proud to announce a partnership with the leading membership based RVing and campsite company, Harvest Hosts. The company provides its members with access to a network
DALLAS, TX (May 8, 2020) – Reddy Vineyards, the early pioneers of Texas grape growers, announced today a new addition to fill the role of Executive Winemaker and Viticulturist, Lood Kotze. Not only does Kotze bring his 16 years of passion
DALLAS, TX (April 15, 2020) – Reddy Vineyards, the early pioneers of Texas grape growers, is proud to announce all of their Texas High Plains AVA wines are now GO TEXAN certified. Reddy Vineyards has proudly grown grapes on their family-owned
DALLAS, TX (March 30, 2020) – In response to circumstances surrounding COVID-19, Texas winery Reddy Vineyards is once again leading the charge in the Texas wine industry by offering unique solutions to their customers. Reddy Vineyards excitedly kicks-off a new program
There is never a lack of things to do in the Texas Hill Country. From the seasonal to the perennial, the attractions that make the Texas Hill Country a destination offers something for everyone. With wineries, restaurants, artisan food makers,
Texas wine festivals aren’t just fun, they are hands-down unsurpassable for discovering new wines and new favorite wines. With festivals spread out across the state and happening throughout the year, there is always a fabulous festival to attend. You’ll find Reddy
It’s no secret that everything is bigger in Texas, including the wedding dreams of the Lonestar State’s brides- and grooms-to-be. And there is no place better for making those dreams come true than a Texas vineyard wedding. Wineries by their
It was no accident that Vijay and Subada Reddy found their way to the Texas High Plains. As passionate scientists with a five-generation family history in farming, the Reddys settled in the Texas High Plains town of Lubbock in 1971.
Rancho Loma Vineyards is making changes to further their commitment to making fine Texas wines, by moving their winemaking production on site at Reddy Vineyards, a vineyard sourcing grapes for many for RLV’s award winning wines. Ed Brandecker, M.D., Rancho Loma Vineyards co-owner and
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