Messina Hof Blog

With our Messina Hof Blog, you can read all of the recent stories about the latest developments in the Texas wine community. As the most award-winning winery in Texas, our family and friends love learning about the wine industry and the newest releases in our product lines. Stay informed with Messina Hof!

01.09.09

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Messina Hof Blackeyed Peas

Every year Messina Hof has a Themed New Year’s Eve Party.  This year was Rock’in 50’s and was great fun. ... View Article

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01.07.09

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Harriet Lembecks Program Wine and Spirits

Once we had settled into our hotel we headed off to do the Messina Hof wine and Texas cheese tasting... View Article

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01.07.09

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From Harlem to 96th Street

The adventure continued as we boarded the train to New York 125th street in Harlem.  Mama Rosa was born in... View Article

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01.05.09

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Paul Bonarrigo, The PT Barnum of Wine

A newspaper once called Paul the PT Barnum of wine.  How ironic is it that the ferry we boarded was called... View Article

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01.04.09

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Port Jefferson, New York

Since we arrived at Port Jefferson early, Paul decided to head into town. We found the Pindar tasting room within... View Article

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01.03.09

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Cab Driver continued

Christmas pulled me away from our New York travel story. We had such a great time with Paul M and Karen... View Article

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12.12.08

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Cab Driver from the airport – New York Trip

Paul was a cab driver in New York when he was in school.  It was fascinating to watch how quickly he... View Article

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12.12.08

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Exit Row Questions – New York Trip

This time when the stewardess came around to ask about the emergency exits, Paul was ready for her with questions…... View Article

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12.12.08

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Landing in Chicago – New York Trip

I had never seen Chicago or the Great Lakes before.  From the air the land around Chicago was blanketed with... View Article

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