Congratulations to the new 2015 Officers of The North Texas Winemakers Guild.
President: Mr. George Skidmore
Vice President: Mr. Ray Morrell
Treasurer: Mr. Scott Bouline
Looking forward to a new and exciting winemaking year!
The North Texas Winemakers Guild (NTWG) is a group of non-commercial winemakers and wine grape growers who voluntarily join together to share various winemaking experiences.
The purpose of the North Texas Winemakers Guild is to:
1. Encourage and support the art and science of home winemaking, viticulture, and wine appreciation in the state of Texas.
2. Serve as an amicable, educational environment for people who are interested in improving their home winemaking skills through presentational instruction, research, social interaction, and contests.
The Guild meets once a quarter usually at a member's home, local winery, vineyard, or restraurant.
See us at Facebook:
Silver Metal - Red Vinifera Blend - Syrah/Lomanto 2013.
Bronze Metal - Red French American Varietal - Lomanto 2013.
Some of the events and discussions include:
Members must be 21 years or older.
Starting December 1, 2014, Annual dues are still $20 per person or $20 per couple paid during the month of December 2014. Membership runs from January 1 to December 31.
Members recieve a 10% discount at Nashwood Winery (applies to non-beverage items), Fine Vine Wines, Homebrew Headquarters, Foremans and Texas Brewing, and Defalco's Home Wine & Beer Supplies (Houston). Must show membership card to get discounts!
Guests and visitors are always welcome at NTWG meetings.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated 12/31/2014 Copyright 2004-2014. North Texas Winemakers Guild. All rights reserved.
Keep it legal:
The Alcohol and Tabacco Tax and Trade Bureau of the US Tresury Department governs the taxation of alcohol. In Texas, an adult is 21 years old or more; 26 U.S.C. 5042 and Federal Wine Regulations at 27 CFR 24.75 governs Wine for Personal or Family Use (Click this link to get to the wine page at TTB)