Welcome to
Casa de Christobal

Growing Grapes for the growing Texas Wine Industry.

Currently featuring Cabernet Sauvigion & Reisling
both of which were initally planted in 1988.

Cabernet Sauvignion


September 13, 2011.

Yep, Mother nature is definitly upset about something these past few years. I haven't harvested a reportable crop in 3 years now. The past 3 years have started with with early bud break followed by late freezes knocking out primary buds. This year was made worse with the drought, when the critters came in and cleaned out any crop I might have had in early August. The vines in the old block are still green, but the new block appears to already have gone dormant. Won't realy know much more until next spring.

Even though I don't have anything to harvest this year, there is still a reason to celebrate since it is my tenth anniversary. Family and Friends that have helped over the years will be invided to an afternoon/evening affair at the vineyard the first of October, when it is hoped to be much cooler.

Directions to the Vineyard

Wineries in the North Central Texas Area

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Brushy Creek Vineyards & Winery
Producer of Wines from grapes grown
at this and other area vineyards.

Other Area vineyards:
De Gan Vineyards
Arche Winery

CrossTimbers Wine Trail
Located in the Texas portion of the historic CrossTimbers area. Six wineries are currently participationg in this trail, from Burleson to Alvord.

Proud member of these organizations
Texas Wine & Grape Growers Association
American Wine Society
Wine Society of Texas

Other great reference sites on the Texas Grape and Wine Industry

Texas WineGrapes
Texas A&M Agriculture
Research & Extension Center.

The Go Texan. program
by the Texas Department
of Agriculture.

North Texas Wine Makers Guild

Texas Wine Review

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