Our third and maybe final vineyard planting, at the old Crookhouse farm. This vineyard is broken into west and east blocks with 4 x 8 spacing, under frost protection fans. It is also home to our flagship red varietal, Counoise. Farmhouse Vineyards is proud to be the first operation to bring Counoise to Texas, and remains the largest commercial planting of this unique variety.
Crookhouse West Block
Grenache Noir (5 Acres) planted in 2015, Clone 03, own rooted
Tempranillo (10 Acres) planted 2015, Clone 02, own rooted
Cinsault (5 Acres) planted in 2015, Clone 02, own rooted
Mourvèdre (10 Acres) planted in 2015, Clone 04, own rooted
Crookhouse East Block
Petit Verdot (5 Acres) planted in 2016, Clone 02, own rooted
Petit Sirah-Durif (5 Acres) planted 2016, Clone 05, own rooted
Dolcetto (2.5 Acres) planted 2016, Clone 02, own rooted
Montepulciano (2.5 Acres) planted in 2016, Clone 01 & Clone 03, own rooted
Counoise (8 Acres) planted in 2016, Clone TCVS A, own rooted
We could try to tell you about Counoise, but we would not do it quite the justice that Tablas Creek does.
Mourvèdre (7 acres) planted in 2016, Clone 04, own rooted
Patricia and Amarillo Soil Series, loamy fine sands