The colony is a thriving operation.
It’s a small, tightly knit community of about 40 people who are driven to find the best quality ingredients in the most efficient manner.
When you walk into Colonial Liquor, you can smell the spices, the leather, the meat, the coffee and, of course, the wine.
“We want to be the best,” says Kevin Pate, the company’s CEO.
“That’s what we do.
We want to make the best products.”
And Colonial is just one of many wineries and bottling houses operating in Texas.
The United States is home to more than 100 wineries, bottling plants and wineries in the state.
And it’s the largest state in the nation to make its own wine.
The American wine industry has grown at a remarkable rate over the last five years.
And this year, more than a quarter of all wine is made in Texas, with Texas producing more than 60 percent of the world’s production.
The Lone Star State is home and a growing part of the U.S. economy, with more than $2.3 trillion in economic activity and more than 17,000 breweries.
This has led to a resurgence of interest in wine in Texas over the past few years, which has led some to believe that Texas could be the next major wine market.
“Texas is one of the biggest wine states in the world, and there are a lot of reasons to be bullish,” says Dan Bresnahan, chief economist for the Texas-based consulting firm, Wine Price Analytics.
“The fact that it’s booming, that it has the largest population and a very good wine culture is going to keep that interest going.
It makes it very attractive.”
The state’s economic growth has been driven in part by a new crop of craft winemakers, which have become more sophisticated and more profitable.
This trend is also evident in the wine industry.
There were almost no craft wineries operating in 2015, according to Wine Spectator, a site that tracks the industry.
But in 2016, Texas led the nation in craft wine sales with nearly $100 million in sales.
The state is also the second-largest wine producer in the United States, after California, and is home for many of the nation’s top wineries.
But the wine sector in Texas is not the only area where the industry is thriving.
The number of new wine producers has also been on the rise in recent years.
Texas has more than 400 new wine production facilities, including a $40 million wine processing facility that will be used to make more than 300 million gallons of wine a year.
“It’s a pretty good growth story,” says Jim McCrory, director of the Texas Wine Institute.
“I think it’s really going to accelerate the growth of the industry in the next few years.”
In fact, wine sales in the Lone Star state grew 7 percent in 2016 compared to the previous year, according the U