The newest addition to the Fall Creek lineup, Cache is a fitting name for this wine. The 2010 Cache is the first release of this blend that includes 6 different grape varietals. The wine is a crisp mouthful of ripe fruit flavors that include apple, pear, peach and melon. The tropical and citrus flavors unfold beautifully on the palate with a lovely acidity. The finish is so refreshing that it will leave you begging for more. See if you can solve the mystery of which varietals make your mouth water.
Fall Creek Vineyards was established in 1975 by Texas businessman/rancher, Ed Auler and his wife, Susan. The vineyards are located eighty...
Fall Creek Vineyards was established in 1975 by Texas businessman/rancher, Ed Auler and his wife, Susan. The vineyards are located eighty miles northwest of Austin in the Texas Hill Country where the sandy loam soil, warm days and cool breezes off Lake Buchanan provide an excellent microclimate for growing premium wine grapes. The inspiration for the winery came in 1973 when the Aulers, on a trip to France, noted remarkable similarities in the soil, terrain and microclimate of parts of the French wine country and their own ranch. I became convinced that certain parts of the Texas Hill Country would be ideally suited to grape growing, says Ed. Today, Fall Creek is a living testament to Ed Auler s early vision.