For Texans, BBQ means much more than just burgers and hot dogs on the grill. For most, it means spending hours – even overnight – smoking whole beef briskets, beef ribs, pork ribs, and all kinds of sausages. While most pitmasters rely on their spice rubs rather than sauce, others enjoy glazing with a slightly sweet and tangy marinade.

Regardless of the style you prefer, there is a Texas wine that will match your favorite ‘cue meats and side dishes. Three industry professionals share their suggestions for enjoying their vino with your favorite grilled or smoked 4th of July favorites.


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