Nov. 5, 2020

Cold Weather Viticulture with Daniel Pate of Apical Texas

Cold Weather Viticulture with Daniel Pate of Apical Texas

What happens in the vineyard when the weather turns cold? How cold is too cold for Texas vineyards? My guest is Daniel Pate of Apical Texas, and he breaks down cold weather viticulture in Texas. I’m drinking the 2018 Dead Flowers rosé from the Texas High Plains. It’s produced and bottled by Texoir.

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Interview with Daniel Pate of Apical Texas

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What I’m Drinking

2018 Dead Flowers Rosé by Texoir

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