TEXAS TWO SIP

To complement our Wine Wednesday Series let’s take a look how you can host your own wine tasting party. This is a fun way to get your guests involved and interacting.  First, let me give you some fun facts about Texas and our wine!

All this information and more can be found at Go Texan Wine:

Number of Texas Wineries
2001 – 46
Source: Texas Tech University’s Texas Wine Marketing Research Institute
2011 – More than 220
Source: Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

Texas Wine Production
2001 – Nearly 600,000 Cases Produced
Source: Texas Tech University’s Texas Wine Marketing Research Institute
2009 – 1.2 Million Cases Produced
Source: Joint Marketing study between Texas Tech University and the Texas Wine & Grape Growers Association

Texas Wine Industry Economic Impact
2001 – $133 Million
Source: Texas Tech University’s Texas Wine Marketing Research Institute
2009 – $1.7 Billion
Source: Joint Marketing study between Texas Tech University and the Texas Wine & Grape Growers Association

The Texas wine industry is really growing and quickly!  Go Texan Wine also has come up with this fun way to host your own wine tasting party.

How To Host a Texas Two-Sip

“A Texas Two-Sip tasting is a blind tasting of Texas wines alongside comparable non-Texas wines from the United States or other wine regions around the world. Download the materials below to host your own Texas Two-Sip with family and friends.”

TwoSip-logo

Tasting Instructions

Tasting Sheet Option 1

Tasting Sheet Option 2

Tasting Sheet Option 3

Placemat 5 Flights

Placemat 6 Flights

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