Our "house white" semi-sweet signature wine from Blanc du Bois grapes, it is named for the Casa Blanca School and Community near Koop Settlement and the Lavaca River.
Bone Dry Blanc
A dry wine from Blanc du Bois grapes, it is named for Dry Creek near Edna.
Casa de Lavaca
Our "house red" signature wine from Black Spanish or Lenoir grapes, it is named for our house on the Lavaca River and the history of the region.
A ruby rose wine from Black Spanish or Lenoir grapes, it is named for the river and the area.
A red wine from native Mustang grapes, it is named for Ganado, which was once called Mustang Settlement.
A surprisingly smooth blush wine from native Mustang grapes, it is named for Mustang Creek that feeds the Navidad River.
A Blush Wine from Texas Favorite grapes, it is named for the town of Lolita, which was named for Lolita Reese, granddaughter of a civil war hero.
A refreshing, top-notch wine from Jackson County pears, it is named for the town that boomed as a port until the railroad made Edna the county seat.
A sweet wine made from Texas plums, named for the historic town whose last remaining structure - a church - sits now in Brackenridge Park on Lake Texana.
A juicy, fragrant wine from Texas peaches, it honors the ghost town that was prominent in Texas history.
A delightfully sweet wine from estate-grown dewberries, blackberries, and mulberries, which could have sustained the Wild Man of the Navidad. Texas and estate grown.
A red wine from rare Texas Convent grapes now grown only at Rio Farms in Monte Alto, Texas. It is named to honor convent established in Brownsville, Texas by the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament where the original Convent grapes flourished.
A blush wine from rare Texas convent grapes, it is named for the Victoria convent founded by the Brownsville nuns.
A crisp, clean, unoaked American Chardonnay named after the French explorer who came to the Gulf Coast area seeking the mouth of the Mississippi River.
An American Riesling named for this once thriving major seaport that hosted German immigrants and destructive hurricanes.
A muscat wine blended with mandarin oranges named for the traditional Texas dance.
A white merlot wine blended with watermelon featuring a picture of the Lydia Ann Lighthouse in Aransas Pass.
A Chardonnay wine blended with sweet peaches, it is named for explorer LaSalle's ship, now a beloved artifact of Texas history.
A Texas Blanc du Bois wine blended with sweet strawberries and named after the legendary strawberry roan horses.
An American Pinot Grigio named for the railroad running through Edna, which was once known as Macaroni Station for the Italian workers Count Telferner brought to build the rail line
A medium-sweet Texas blush made from the estate grown grape varieties: Blanc Du Bois and Lenoir
Half Moon Reef
A Merlot from Texas grapes, it is named for Half Moon Reef Lighthouse, the historic Port Lavaca Landmark.
A Cabernet-Merlot blend, this wine is named for the Lavaca and Navidad Rivers that flow together in sight of Lavaca Bluffs.
A traditional Cabernet named for the Navidad and Morales areas that were once hideouts for the Wild Man of the Navidad, horse thieves and murderers.
A medium-sweet, medium-bodied Texas Shiraz named for the gentleman pirate Jean Lafitte.
A blackberry Merlot named for the Matagorda Lighthouse which once witnessed storm and Civil War conflict.
Red Bluff Legends
A black cherry Pinot Noir, it is named for legends surrounding Red Bluff, a river port located first on the Lavaca and then on the Navidad.
Designated Portejas Wines: Palacios Portejas (Blanc du Bois), Lavaca Portejas (Lenoir), Mission Portejas (Convent), and Wild Mustang Portejas (Mustang).