Spent the last few days in El Paso, Texas.
Special thanks to Cafe Central for hosting me and Ramian Wines for a really cool private dinner and tasting for 30 people.
The second event I attended was at the hippest place in El Paso called SuZu. The food was amazing – surf and turf – and the company even better.
Watch and listen to the story behind Brian Graham and his dream to become a winemaker. Brian is interviewed by the hosts of The Broadcast TV Show in Dallas, Texas. The hosts have a chance to sample two wines, the Rousanne white wine and The General Cabernet, named after the infamous General of Texas, Sam Houston.
Due to time constraints of only having 365 days in a year, we generally limit how many events we pour at each year. One of our favorites is Buffalo Gap Food and Wine event outside of Abilene, Texas. Truly a Texas legend, Perini Ranch Steakhouse is one of the best steaks, err….meals that I look forward to each and every year.
Hosted by The Perini’s, they spared no expense with truly Texas flare. Around 20 of each, the Wineries and Restaurants involved must has Texas roots. This is a small intimate event that sells out in literally minutes each year. As a native Texas Brian is VERY proud to be a part of this special weekend!