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Texas Hill Country vineyard Kuhlman Cellars introduces curated holiday wine bundle

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Whether it’s complementing a roast turkey or greasing your figurative wheels before relatives arrive, wine is a holiday essential.

Fredericksburg’s Kuhlman Cellars gets that. So, it's offering a three-bottle holiday wine bundle featuring a pair of offerings typically unavailable for purchase on their own: its 2018 Estate Roussanne and 2017 Sangiovese Newsom Vineyards.

The former vino is made entirely of Texas-grown grapes and features notes of honeysuckle, pear, orange blossom and lemon zest. The latter — which received a silver medal at the Concours de Lyon wine competition this year — showcases herbal, lavender-like flavors packed with tannins and a sharp acidity.

The third bottle, Kuhlman's 2019 Hensell, features a light strawberry color and bright acidity that can cut through the fattiness of Thanksgiving favorites such as stuffing or gravy.

The $109 package, available for order via Kuhlman's website, also includes a 7-ounce bag of the winery's herbed almonds, which are made using Herbs de Provence from a spice merchant in Aix en Provence, France.

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