A winery that is. Though preferably not a Bush-supporting, aquifer-depleting one like this. It’s too bad, because the wine is actually pretty good, and cheap. I had my entrepreneurial hopes raised by the Austinist‘s claim of the Becker vineyard running on only 20 acres of vines. Considering they’re basically a household name here and seem able to keep Costco supplied (not to mention both White Houses–the “real” one and the bubba one in Crawford), that gave me hope. However, it turns out they have 47 acres of vines and over half of them predate the Becker label. Oh well, I can keep dreaming.