Dry Comal Creek: White Black Spanish
I’ve written about this winery before, but my previous post highlighted the Comal Red. Today’s entry features Dry Comal Creek’s White Black Spanish. I’ve had just about every Texas wine, and in my opinion, this winery produces the top wines in the state. I believe the White Black Spanish is their top seller. It’s quite versatile, can be eaten with just about anything, and takes on a completely different taste when slightly chilled. I enjoy mine at room temp. To me, it falls somewhere between a blush and a red. I’m sure that’s not a technical wine term, but who cares? Although we head up to the winery once a year for a case, we are also fortunate that Dry Comal Creek wines are found in H-E-B’s and at Central Market.
Note: Some of you have written me about the lack of focus on beers. Don’t worry, I like a nice beer from time to time and there will soon be a Monthly Feature focused solely on beer.