Brennan Vineyards Has Another Winner!

We may have another white wine here at Brennan Vineyards of Comanche, Texas that can consistently compete on the National & International wine competition scene!

Our flagship wine here at Brennan Vineyards has always been our Viognier and deservedly so. Although our newly bottled Brennan Vineyards Lily 2011 has shown remarkably well in it’s first two competitions. A few weeks ago it won a GOLD Medal at the Pacific Rim Wine Competition in California.

Last week in it’s second competition it won a DOUBLE GOLD Medal at Riverside International Wine Competition also in California. Our flagship Viognier did very well in those two as well with a GOLD & SILVER Medal.

The Lily is a white Rhone blend of Rousanne 53%, Viognier 25% & Grenache 22%. The Brownwood Bulletin is also coming to interview me today because of all our recent success in these wine competitions, so keep a looks out for the article. 4.0 Cellars has been open for just about a month now and the responses have been overwhelmingly positive.

Please check out http://www.fourpointwine.com or their Facebook page for an updated list of events that we have scheduled. We should have live music on the weekends regularly down there.

About Todd Webster

Accomplished winemaker, Todd Webster, began his career in the wine business as Operations Manager for a distributor in Fort Worth. It was in that capacity that he met Trellise and Pat Brennan. He joined Brennan Vineyards and began his formal education in Viticulture and Enology at Grayson College and Texas Tech University. Todd plans to begin the Enology Certificate Program at Washington State University next year.
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