Monday, March 4, 2013


Saturday, March 2 – Continuing our Saturday outing, we next stopped at two wineries both in Comfort, Texas. Yes, it is only 11:00 a.m. but we have to start sometime.

Our first stop was The Singing Water Vineyard.

 Singing Water Vineyard

The tasting house is a rebuilt 100 year old Hill Country barn. There are three tasting rooms, and they were all full.

tasting room

Jan was wonderful. The bottle she is holding is called 2010 Freedom. The sale of this wine supports our troops with college scholarship funds for children of veterans.

Paul and wine

Their white wines are cold processed in stainless steel tanks for natural fresh flavors and aromas. This is the first time we ever heard of using stainless steel tanks.


The other winery we visited was called Bending Branch Winery. It is an organically focused operation with 13+ acres of vines, comprising 13 varietals, a wine made primarily from a single named grape variety.

 Bending Branch

This is a smaller winery but very nice.


We enjoyed six different wines. Yummy!

paul enjoying wine

marsha tasting wine

We enjoyed the wine sampling in both places and highly recommend them. Marsha purchased two bottles of wine at each place. She's again collecting wine from different areas for a wine tasting party she's planning for this summer.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see y'all back real soon. Have a great day!


  1. We don't drink much wine, but a wine tasting always sounds like such fun! Sometimes, the small, off-the-beaten-path wineries make the best wines! Sounds like you're reving up for another fun wine-tasting party!

  2. Just a reminder, it's gauche to gulp at a wine tasting. Sipping only please.

  3. I didn't even know they had wineries in Texas...thought it was too dry. Guess that shows you what I know!! Good luck with your "collecting".

  4. If I stopped at 2 wineries for tasting I would have to let Louise drive home.

  5. Well, we're heading towards Napa Valley so we'll see what wine we find there.

  6. Wineries & wine tasting you're talkin' our language! :-)

  7. Paul's wine 'tasting' sure looks like wine 'drinking' to me. I'm surprised Texas allows wineries to exist within their borders. Sure hope they don't use French style names for their products.

  8. When did you say your wine tasting takes place?

  9. You are right, you've got to start sometime, and any time is good for wine tasting.


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