Grapes sourced from:
Alexander Farms Old Vines
From 1846 to 1997, Indianola served as a major seaport on the Gulf Coast for commerce and as an entry point for German immigrants. The war with Mexico and lack of funding stranded the settlers who were headed for New Braunfels and Fredericksburg. Some stayed, some settled along the way, but only one in four completed their tragic journey on foot. The city endured disease, fire, and two devastating hurricanes before sinking under the waves.
This Riesling wine honors its German Heritage and the spirit of the hardy settlers. Although the culture and spirit remain, the artifacts rest in peace under water just south of Port Lavaca.