As a way to tell the long and involved history of Texas wines, we’ll be pouring and telling stories about some notable Texas wines that day at You’re So Crafty, which is at 208 S. Austin St. — on the square — in Seguin.
“Texas Wines and Their History” starts at 3 p.m. and goes till the last question is answered and the last wine is tasted. It’s just $30, including the tastings.
While the actual wine list is a closely guarded secret, we can offer some hints:
- The port-style wine from the state’s oldest producer
- The wine that made Lubbock famous
- Blends from a second-generation Texas winemaker
- A big surprise from the wilds of West Texas
You can sign up online at the You’re So Crafty website or call 830-379-0730.