Lenoir

Also known as Lenoir or Jacquez. Used in southern France in the mid-1700s, this grape is of American heritage. It is resistant to Pearce’s Disease, and therefore has been grown primarily in southeast and central Texas. Has been used to make Texas Port for many years, and recently has been successfully used to make red table wine. Picture compliments of Grohmann Farms Vineyard, Weimar, TX
Lenoir

Texas Lenoir Growers

Alta Mira Vineyards

Baker Ranch & Vineyard

  • PO Box 223, 24000 CR 3313
    Chandler, TX 75758
  • (903) 849-6700
  • No Website.
  • Acres: 1
  • Contact: Scott and Renee Baker
  • Varieties:

Blue Lotus Vineyards

Georgetown Winery and Vineyard

Grohmann Farms

  • 1101 Sedan Road
    Weimar, TX 78962
  • (979) 743-1211
  • No Website.
  • Acres: 4.5
  • Contact: Suesanne Gibson
  • Varieties: ,

Noonday Vineyards

  • 14547 CR 1125
    Tyler, TX 75703
  • (214) 478-5359
  • No Website.
  • Acres: 2.5
  • Contact: Carolynne Chancellor
  • Varieties:

Ratliff Farm & Ranch, LLC

Whistling Duck Vineyards & Winery

  • 1213 CR 273
    Weimar, TX 78962
  • (512) 913-4813
  • No Website.
  • Acres: 4
  • Contact: Stan and Mary Beth Johnson, John and Kari Cooke, Brent and Brenna Frazier
  • Varieties: , ,

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