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Last Call for Kuhlman Cellars 2019 Viognier

This is the last chance to enjoy the Viognier until 2022.

Stonewall, Texas – February 23, 2021 – It’s the last call for Kuhlman Cellars’ 2019 Texas High Plains Viognier ($29). Only thirty-one cases remain of this delicate white wine. This will be the last Kuhlman Cellars Viognier for at least a year; a fall freeze caused significant damage to many Texas High Plains vineyards in 2020, including Kuhlman’s Viognier vineyard. Therefore, there will be no Kuhlman Cellars 2020 Viognier produced.

This aromatic white wine has a beautiful golden dark yellow “robe”. The strong apricot and quince aromatics jump out of the glass upon opening and continue to dazzle the palate as this wine is enjoyed. The delicacy is accompanied by a fat and soft coating sensation in the mouth that lingers, making this a perfect wine to complement sushi, oysters, or Asian-style dishes.

Order one of the last bottles of the Kuhlman Cellars 2019 Texas High Plains Viognier here.

Kuhlman Cellars is open and ready to welcome you at their idyllic Hill Country vineyard! Click here for more information about tours, tastings, and experiences.

About Kuhlman Cellars 

Kuhlman Cellars believes wine promotes an appreciation of life’s journey. Lifelong wine lovers Chris and Jennifer Cobb founded an estate vineyard to produce terroir-driven wines of the highest quality. French winemaker and Texas wine pioneer Bénédicte Rhyne soon joined the team and they co-founded the winery to craft wine representative of Old World winemaking principles. Kuhlman Cellars opened to the public in 2014. Located in the heart of the Texas wine country, Kuhlman Cellars welcomes visitors at its tasting room on the famed Hwy 290 Wine Trail between Fredericksburg and Johnson City for signature food and wine pairings. For more information and to purchase wines online, visit www.kuhlmancellars.com.

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