Kuhlman Cellars Alluve Wine Review

Now that I’m done with my vacation series, I’m kicking off a few Texas winery visits to finish relaxing. First off is Kuhlman Cellars to try their Alluve red blend.

►Varietals: 29% Sangiovese, 22% Carignan, 21% Mourvedre, 16% Tempranillo, 8% Touriga & 4% Merlot
►Region: Texas
►Price: ~$28

 

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Stuart Bankey
My name is Stuart and I live in San Antonio, TX. My love affair with wine started when I was in graduate school. I didn’t use loans to pay for school, so we had to be as frugal as possible. I also started to experiment with wine during this time. It took a little while, but I was able to pick out flavors in wine and started to realize that there were some good (and bad) wines that could be found for under $15 a bottle. I decided to start a blog to act as an outlet for my creative energies and talk about the wine that I have tried.

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