Cuvee Cuddles Champagne
(South Australia) This sparkling wine is made in the traditional manner, blending Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. It has a full flavored body and great length.
Sangiovese Rose 2011
(South Australia) Beautiful wine with exotic aromas of raspberries, strawberries, and cream, as well as a succulent mouth feel. Perfect match for nearly all cuisine.
Wild Ferment Riesling 2010
(Eden Valley) Indigenous yeast contribute to this delightful light to medium-bodied wine with fresh aromas of apple blossom and subtle hints of papaya and lavender.
(Barossa) This current drinking style wine is vibrant with gold tinges and a lively bouquet of lemon zest. A lovely expression of Semillon.
(Texas) Medium to full-bodied, this wine from Stone House's Norton grapes exhibits an alluring purple/garnet color, with a spicy nose, rich consistency, and an elegant, smooth length.
(Barossa) A rich purple hue with a full brambleberry palate makes this an alluring wine with soft tannins and balanced sweet fruit flavors.
(Barossa) A nose of true Shiraz! Dark plums finishing with an earthy, savory complexity.
(Barossa) A late harvest Riesling with just the right amount of acidity to balance the sweetness of this charming dessert wine.
Scheming Beagle Port
(Texas) Lush like a fruitcake, this port made from Norton grapes is a great complement to desserts and cheeses.
XO Tawny Port
(Barossa) This 60-year-old special port has a complexity of caramel and nuts – incredible.
Special Reserve Pinot Noir 2010
(Adelaide Hills) Savory lifted fruit notes combined with a carefully managed oak treatment creates a beautiful and elegant harmony in the mouth.
Special Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
(Napa Valley) Elegant with balanced and focused black cherry and currant flavors on the palate. Cinnamon, vanilla and mocha give the wine additional complexity and grace.
Special Reserve Angela’s Wish 2006
(Barossa) Cabernet Sauvignon (75%) and Shiraz (25%) contribute to this wine of richness, full berry flavors, and good acid balance for a beautifully balanced palate.
Special Reserve Old Vine Shiraz 2007
(Barossa) Deep red color, upfront plum, and a spicebox complexity on the nose, along with a balance of tannins and fruit that is generous and restrained on the palate.
Special Reserve The Survivor 2009
(Barossa) Rich brick color, penetrating aromas, and a big opulent berry palate leading to a velvety finish.
Take a visual tour of the vineyard and see why Stone House Vineyard is truly a Texas Hill Country treasure.
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