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Watch this YouTube video to learn about Lost Oak Winery, Burleson TX.
The best Texas wines of 2015: Syrah and Viognier. Lost Oak Winery. Culture Map Houston, Texas Wine Talk.
Texas Wine Lover Review of Lost Oak Winery Cabernet Sauvignon 2014.
2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition – Texas Results. Lost Oak Winery is in the medals! The 2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition (SFCWC) received 7,162 entries this year. This is the highest number of wine entries seen to date, shattering 2015’s previous record of 6,417 entries from 28 states.
Lost Oak Winery to Preview Pavilion and Latest Red Wines. Texas Wine Lover article.
An interview with Jim Evans, Winemaker of Lost Oak Winery. Texas Wine Lover article.
Lost Oak Winery is "What to Drink Now: Texas Wines" in this great Side Dish article in D Magazine!
Lost Oak Winery Wins Two Best of Class Awards at Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition! Texas Wine & Trail Magazine Article featuring Lost Oak Winery's win.
Texas Wine and Trail Magazine Texas Wine of the Month is Lost Oak Winery Merlot 2014 with a special pre-turkey day pairing.
Wine Your Way Around Texas with this list of Wineries including Lost Oak Winery in Texas Traveler.
Check out this great article about the impact of record rainfall on Texas grapes and Texas Wines. Carl Hudson, wine educator at Fredericksburg's 4.0 Cellars a collaborative tasting room that representsBrennan Vineyards of Comanche, Lost Oak Wineryof Burleson and Mcpherson Cellars of Lubbock weighs in. Featured in the Fort Worth Star Telegram and the San Antonio Express News.
Lost Oak Winery is in good company as one of the 10 most beautiful wineries in Texas! Red more in Only in Your State.
Fredericksburg is the "New Napa" according to Huffington Post. Go visit, taste amazing Texas Wine! And while you are there stop in a 4.0 Cellars ~ serving Lost Oak and Vintage Lane Wines.
2014 Lone Star International Wine Competition results are in, and Lost Oak Viognier takes Gold!
2013 TX vs. The World Viognier people's choice competition, November 2013 2012 Lost Oak Winery Viognier wins!
Lost Oak Winery is the recipient of the Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce 2012 Shining Star Small Business of the Year Award. Awarded to an outstanding company with 11 to 50 employees.
Lost Oak Winery’s 2010 Texas Viognier takes home double gold from the San Francisco Chronicle International Wine Competition
LA Times Grape Migration
Brotherhood Saint-Étienne d’Alsace - When Gene Estes lived in Alsace with the Brotherhood Saint-Étienne d’Alsace. He did a blind tasting of wines from the region, and had to tell the type of wine, the vintage year, and the vineyard it came from - all blind!! Gene is quite the tasting master!