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Haak Vineyards & Winery

Haak Vineyards & Winery Raymond and Gladys Haak were born and raised in South Texas . Raymond was born in Galveston, Texas and Gladys in Alvin, Texas . Raymond Haak is an Electrical Engineering graduate of the University of Houston . Gladys has extensive training and experience in Accounting and business management. Raymond began growing grapes in 1969 as a hobby. He experimented with numerous grape varietals to determine which varieties would survive the climatic conditions along the Gulf Coast of Texas. After more than 25 years, Raymond & Gladys decided to turn their wine & grape growing passion into a commercial operation. They planted 3 acres of winegrapes and a few years later designed and built a modern, Mediterranean style facility which reflects the winery’s mission statement of offering “A Taste of the Old World in Galveston County ”. The winery consists of over 11,000 square feet, including an 1800 sq. ft. cellar, which is used for storing & aging wines in Oak Barrels. The winery is a destination winery and has grown into a major tourist attraction in Santa Fe, Texas and Galveston County.

The Winery address is 6310 Ave. T, in Santa Fe, Texas located 1.8 miles south of State Highway 6 between Alvin and Galveston, Texas. We are natives of Santa Fe and can't imagine living anywhere else. We are exactly 10 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. With its warm breezes and microclimate, it is an excellent location for growing grapes. Santa Fe, Texas is approximately 15 miles from Clear Lake, 25 miles from Houston and about 20 miles from Galveston.

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6310 Ave T, Santa Fe, TX, US, 77510 Email:
Phone: 409-925-1401 Web:
Fax: 409-925-0276
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  Blanc du Bois (Semi-Sweet)
This wine was made from grapes grown in our vineyards in Santa Fe , Texas as well as from grapes grown in Fulshear, Texas , Cat Spring, Texas, Palestine, Texas, Hillsboro, Texas and Brenham, Texas. The grapes were crushed & pressed and fermented at 55 F to retain floral and fruit aromas that are characteristic of this grape variety like peach, apricot, pear, green apple, figs and grapefruit. The residual sugar in this wine is 3 %, which is considered Semi-Sweet.
  Blanc du Bois (Dry)
This Premium wine is made from the Blanc du Bois wine grape variety grown in the Coastal Regions of Texas. These grapes were hand harvested in the cool morning hours. The grapes were crushed, gently pressed, inoculated with cultured yeast, and fermented at 55F to retain the fruit flavors that are characteristic of this variety. This wine is finished "DRY" and has a clean, crisp mouthfeel. It exhibits a fresh citrus finish and pairs nicely with poultry, cheese, and creamy pasta dishes.
This wine is made from Premium grapes that were grown and harvested to exacting standards in Hidden House Vineyards in Runnels County, near Bronte, Texas. After harvesting, they were shipped in a refrigerated truck to our winery in Santa Fe, Texas, Galveston County. In Santa Fe, they were crushed, pressed, inoculated with cultured yeast, and placed in stainless steel tanks and fermented at 55F to retain the fruity floral characteristics of this variety. This wine is a classic example of Chardonnay, exhibiting fresh pear, fig, and apple flavors on the palate. It is excellent with seafood, poultry, cheese, and fruits.
  Nouveau Jacquez
This wine is made in the same style as the famed Beaujolais Nouveau wines of France. It is made from the Jacquez/Black Spanish grape. It is produced to exhibit youthful flavors of cranberries, raspberries and cherries. It is finished with a hint of sweetness. This wine is meant to be consumed early, and should be served lightly chilled, just below room temperature. Nouveau Jacquez is fresh and versatile. It compliments fruits, cheeses, white and red meat dishes, and many ethnic cuisines. Enjoy a glass of Nouveau Jacquez every day!
  NV Tres Tintos
Tres Tintos is the union of three Mediterranean grape varietals: Tinta Cao, Touriga Nacional, and Bastardo. This marriage has produced a harmonious, supple wine that is elegantly structured. It exhibits characteristics of black cherry and mulberry discreetly blended, and has a dry, lingering finish. Tres Tintos is made with the care and tradition of Mediterranean style winemaking. Tres Tintos is truly "A Taste of the Old World" made in Texas.
  Pink Pelican
Pink Pelican is a crisp, semi-sweet wine that encompasses the warm gulf breezes that inspired it. With hints of salt cedar and sea spray in the bouquet, this wine finishes with the sweet glow of a Galveston Sunrise. This wine is a lighthearted, pink homage to the Brown Pelican, a native of the Gulf Coast. The Pelican has been listed on the endangered list since 1970, but can been seen in abundance along the Texas Gulf Coast. Swirl a glass of Pink Pelican and let the coastal airs swirl around you. Like the Pelican, Pink Pelican is also on the “endangered” list, with a limited production available.
  Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
This wine was made from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. After crushing, the must was inoculated with cultured yeast and fermented on their skins for an extended period to maximize flavor and color extraction. After pressing, the wine was aged in new Oak for over 16 months to add aging potential and complex flavors from the toasted oak and tannin extracted from the barrels. This wine exhibits a full bodied mouthfeel with aromas of dark fruit like blackberries, Cherries and plums with a hint of toasted almonds and walnuts. This is a dry wine.
  Reserve Chardonnay
This wine is made from the same Chardonnay grapes used to make the 2002 Chardonnay wine previously described. The difference lies in the way the wine was processed. Once the juice was inoculated with cultured yeast, approximately half of the juice was racked from the stainless steel tank down to the cellar and into 225 liter (59 gallon) oak barrels to complete the fermentation. Near the end of primary fermentation, the wine was inoculated with secondary cultured yeast to complete a Malo-Lactic fermentation. This secondary fermentation converts Malic acid to Lactic acid. This conversion softens the mouthfeel and adds additional taste descriptors like butter, cream and walnuts to produce an elegant and balanced wine. This is a dry wine. Bottled 353 cases. Bronze Medal 2003 Texas Open Wine & Food Competition
  Sauvignon Blanc
This wine is made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes. They were crushed, pressed and inoculated with cultured yeast and fermented in stainless steel tanks at 55 F for 3 weeks to retain the fruit and floral aromas that are characteristic of this grape variety such as pear, kiwi, grapefruit, figs and sometimes a grassy herbaciousness to the nose. This wine contains less than 1 % residual sugar, which is considered off dry. Bottled 645 cases
This Texas Syrah is brilliant in color, and aromatic to the nose. This balanced wine exhibits dark fruit flavors like currants, plums and blackberry. It has a hint of wet earth and leather on the delicate finish. This is a dry wine. This Syrah was aged on new American Oak barrels to improve its aging potential and add toasted oak and soft tannins to its overall flavor profile.
This Texas Tempranillo shows its Spanish roots with its deep, velvety color. It exhibits aromas of blueberries, strawberries, and a hint of oak on the finish. This Tempranillo is a full bodied dry wine that is equally great with food or on its own.
  Texas Cabernet Sauvignon
This premium dry red wine is made from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in the High Plains Viticulture Area. This Cabernet exhibits flavors of plum, black cherry and spice. It has hints of herbs, tobacco, and cedar. Oak aging has added a toasty cedar finish with smooth tannins. This wine will pair nicely with grilled meats, wild game, prime rib, and hearty stews.
  Texas Vintage Port
This premium Port is made from grapes grown in the Coastal region of Texas . This wine is a classic example of a traditional Port wine. It has a beautiful dark straw color and exhibits hints of chocolate, caramel, dried plums, and black currant flavors. This versatile wine is excellent as an aperitif, after dinner drink, or dessert wine. It pairs very well with chocolate or a bold cheese such as Stilton to highlight its’ elegant velvety flavors. Haak Vintage Port has been aged on American Oak for over two years to allow this wine to develop its’ own unique complexity and ageing potential. Bottled 364 cases. Bronze Medal 2004 Lone Star International Wine Competition
This wine was made from Zinfandel grapes. They were crushed, cold soaked and then fermented at 85 F on their skins to extract maximum color and flavor. Fermentation was complete at the end of 6 days but pump over was continued for an additional 15 days to maximize the color extraction. After pressing and clarification, the wine was racked into oak barrels for aging. This wine exhibits aromas of Plum & Raspberry with a hint of Cherry, Herbal Tea & Toasted Oak. This is a dry wine.


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