April 28, 2022 | By Ruvani de Silva
July 9, 2021 | By June Naylor
Located in a beautifully renovated 1930s Kress department store building, the winery opened in March 2020, and serves about a dozen wines.
April 25, 2018 | By Michael Barr
In bone-dry West Texas, water draws people together, and the cool, refreshing water of the South Concho once made Christoval, 20 miles south of San Angelo, a mecca for West Texans. In the early 20th century, Christoval—named for an early settler—had a hotel, mineral baths, a Baptist encampment that hosted thousands each summer, and an impressive artist colony.
December 14, 2017 | By Matt Joyce
In the border town of Del Rio, Val Verde Winery has been growing grapes and making wine near the banks of the Rio Grande for 135 years. To sample Val Verde’s wines, surrounded by thick adobe walls and antique wooden equipment, is to experience a vestige of Texas agricultural history and taste the heritage of the state’s oldest operational winery.