Raving review from the popular wine blog- bestwinesunder20.com!

“From two of California’s most well known red wine varieties to a “kitchen sink” blend that includes a little of those, along with nearly everything else, the Tie Dye blend, is perhaps aiming at peace and love by blending just about everything. If you like oak influence, this wine is for you. The resultant blend is loaded with barrel aromatics of cinnamon and baking spice. The palate continues to exhibit that oak with notes of cinnamon, espresso and cocoa powder. There is a streak of black fruit throughout the palate, framed by baking spices.”


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Tie-dye receives Silver Medal designation


We are excited to announce the overall results of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ 2016 Rodeo Uncorked! International Wine Competition! The 13th annual International Wine Competition judging boasted 2,500 wines from 835 wineries in Texas, across the United States and around the world. Nineteen countries participated in the competition and wines were judged by 20 panels of judges, consisting of local, national, and international wine experts. If any of your wines won a bronze medal or above, those medals will be mailed to you by the end of March to the winery address listed in our database.
You can view the overall results online by accessing the following link: rodeohouston.com/wine and clicking on International Wine Competition.

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Tie Dye 2013 North Coast Red

October 2015

Great by-the-glass choice. Aromas of ripe black and red fruit, baking spice, and toasted oak…Smooth on the palate, with blackberry, stewed plum, clove, and a touch of anise. Integrated tannins on the balanced finish with a peppery note on the end.

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Tie Dye scores 97 points from JustWinePoints!

September 2015

“Blackberry, black currant, black cherry, blueberry and plum aromas swept-up in spice, vanilla, and sweet oak. This is an extremely interesting blend of seven varietals. Really well-balanced, smooth, spicy, and offers great character on the palate. ”

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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Red Blends Still Flying High

Wall Street Journal

“The Red-Wine Blends Trend: More Than Just Flashy Packaging”
“A seemingly unstoppable trend”
“Nielsen’s January 2015 report says the domestic red-blend category accounts for $900 million in retail sales annually and is one of the fastest-growing wine sales categories in the country”

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