InsideHook - A Guide to Texas Wine Regions, From the High Plains to the Gulf Coast
"As such, the Hill Country isn’t the only game in town, and it produces a relatively small percentage of the state’s wines."
"Most of West Texas is hot and dry, but the mountains provide cooler and wetter growing conditions, and volcanic soils. Look for varietals like tempranillo, zinfandel, syrah, malbec, cabernet sauvignon and gewürztraminer." Full Story