Source: Dallas Morning News
May 8, 2013
By Rebecca Murphy
This was one of the wines that kicked off the Buffalo Gap Wine & Food Summit late last month. It was a beautiful West Texas evening, with everyone in their western finery sipping rosé made in Paso Robles by Texas expat Don Brady. It’s a blend of several grapes that come together in a lip-smacking fusion of strawberry, cherry, berry and orange zest flavors. Medium bodied, round in the mouth and velvety smooth, this rosé is sure to shine with barbecued chicken or with a taco salad.
Brady is a graduate of Texas Tech University. He did winemaking stints at Pheasant Ridge, Llano Estacado and Ste. Genevieve wineries before heading to California. He joined the Robert Hall Winery in 2001 but makes it back home often.