Texas Value Wines Featured on TXwine Twitter Tuesday
Tuesday, November 1, 2011 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)
Texas Value Wines Featured on TXwine Twitter Tuesday on November 1, 2011
Denise Fraser (@DeniseFraser) and I (@VintageTexas) hope you can join us for the next TXwine Twitter Tuesday at 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 1. Texas wine blogger, Jeff Cope (@TXWineLover) will be there to present and discuss a selection of Texas value wines that are readily available at local grocery stores.
Jeff recently blogged about where he was able to find Texas wines. For our November TX Wine Twitter Tuesday, he has selected the three wines indicated below that you should be able to find.
· Llano Estacado 2010 Sauvignon Blanc - $9 (Dry white wine)
· Becker Vineyards Cabernet-Syrah - $12 (Dry red wine)
· Sister Creek 2010 Muscat Canelli - $13 (Semi-sweet aromatic white wine)
All three should be available for around $34, which is quite a bargain!
So pick up one or more of these wines and join us for our Texas wine chat and tasting. Please remember to use the Twitter hashtag #TXwine.
To indicate your participation and to put a reminder on your calendar, create a ticket using Eventbright.
NOTE: If you’re new to Twitter, here’s how you participate: just sign up for a free Twitter account at www.twitter.com. To make it easy to follow and participate in the discussion, go to the Tweetchat room set up for TXwine Twitter Tuesdays: http://tweetchat.com/room/TXwine. No registration is required; you can login using your Twitter account.
In the Tweetchat room, participants are invited to follow tweets, add comments, and share thoughts as the participants taste and discuss the wines. Participants should use the hashtag #TXwine with Tweets, if using TweetDeck or another Twitter application.
Vintage Texas is hosting TXwine Twitter Tuesdays organized by Denise Fraser and Russ Kane as a community-led effort building awareness of quality wines grown, made and savored in Texas. We welcome your event participation, ideas for upcoming events, and efforts to build better awareness of Texas wine country and the wines of Texas terroir.
Follow hastag #TXwine on Twitter for information on Texas wines.