Michael Bilger of Adega Vinho joins me for a talk about the viticulture and enology practices he employs at Adega Vinho in Stonewall, Texas. We get specific about the terroir in the Texas Hill Country, efforts to add sub-AVAs to the Texas Hill Country appellation, and the modern agricultural practices that are being implemented in the Bilger family vineyard. You’re sure to learn a little something about soil health, Portuguese wine varieties, and what’s so special about the Texas Hill Country.
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