Thursday, January 28, 2010

I was more curious about what a Claret wine would taste like... and then I discovered that this is more than just a trashed $5 bottle of wine ,,,

Welcome to The Homestead Bed and Breakfast. Located beside the Becker Vineyards winery, it is the original homestead log cabin of the Heinrick Peese Family.

Richard and Bunny Becker now own the Peese log cabin - the Homestead Bed and Breakfast. They renovated the log cabin into a bed and breakfast. The décor is rustic and accented with antiques. In the living room, you’ll find a charming wooden couch and a potbelly stove. There are two staircases (one inside, one outside the cabin) to the loft where a snug queen size bed awaits. The bathroom, with a claw foot tub, and kitchen are located off the living room.

Click here for an in-depth look into the B&B history.
Becker Vineyards can only ship wine to the following states:

A person of legal age must sign to receive the wine shipment. Please choose an address where someone can sign for it. Shipping companies cannot leave packages containing alcohol if someone is not home nor of legal age.

For orders needed by Christmas: Please place your Out of State orders by Monday, Dec. 14 and Texas orders by Thursday, Dec. 17.

For orders exceeding 5 cases or other
wine shipping questions please call 830-644-2681
or email

2007 Claret

It was carefully matured in French and American oak barrels for 15 months.

This rich and complex wine produces essences of raspberries, chocolate and spices.

Blends: 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc, 2% Malbec, 2% Petite Verdot.

Food Compliments: lamb, burgers, pheasant or quail.

$16.95 per bottle

Wow... I picked this one out of the Albertson's $5 a bottle basket today.
Nice full red from Texas!


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