Get To Know 10 of the Most Texas Friendly Wine Grapes

Posted on August 04, 2016

Thanks to forward-thinking winemakers and grape-growers, Texas boasts some outstanding Mediterranean-style wines that have put our state on the wine map. Their foreign names may not roll off your tongue, but the eponymous grapes behind them take well to Texas soil. All but one -- an American hybrid -- are native to Spain, Italy or warm-weather zones in France.  Read More

Pet Friendly Texas Wineries

Posted on August 04, 2016

They say a dog is man’s best friend. But do not forget about a cat who many feline lovers would argue that they are a man’s best friend. Regardless, a pet is part of the family. And when a family travels and there is no convenient way to watch for those other members of your family, you may want to take your fur kids along with you on your trip. That also holds true when you want to visit a winery. Read More

How To See 7 Top Texas Wineries In One Hill Country Weekend!

Posted on August 04, 2016

I was giddy as we headed west for a wine trail road trip. It wasn't my first -- I've toured wineries in Spain, Portugal, France and California. But this was my first jaunt on the Texas Hill Country wine trail. My husband and I plotted a scenic course from the Northern edge of the Hill Country, to just west of Austin.  Read More

Why Texas Is Made For Rosé Wines

Posted on July 14, 2016

The inaugural Texas Wine Revolution on Sunday brought together a variety of these Texas-grown wines — each with their own flavorful nuances and refreshing, beat-the-heat qualities. William Chris Vineyards’ event proved that Texas excels at making this increasingly popular style of wine.  Read More

“Cotton, Cattle and Cabernet”: Wine Industry Booming In Texas

Posted on July 05, 2016

When you think of American wines, your taste buds might expect something from Napa or Sonoma, but it might be time to raise a glass to Texas, reports CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez. "Cattle and oil in Texas has always been king. Now in Texas we have cotton, cattle and Cabernet," Neal Newsom said...  Read More

Six Great Wine Trips That Are Cheaper Than Napa Valley

Posted on June 09, 2016

If delicious brisket’s not quite enough to entice you to visit this area outside of Austin, the wines might push you off the fence. Read More

14 vineyards and wineries near San Antonio worth visiting

Posted on May 17, 2016

Take a day trip to a Hill Country winery.  Read More

10 Best Convertible Drives in the U.S.

Posted on May 17, 2016

Take in the fresh air on a drive chasing the famed Texas bluebonnets on the Johnson City Wildflower Loop to the historic town of Burnet. Don't miss...having a glass of vino while viewing endless fields of wildflowers at one of the Texas Wine Trail’s 46 wineries. Read More

Why Texas Needs To Be Your Next Vacation Destination

Posted on May 11, 2016

The local drink pickings are incredible... Read More

America’s Best Wine Regions to Visit, Ranked by Sommeliers

Posted on May 05, 2016

Check out Texas Hill Country at #8! Drinking wine has skyrocketed in popularity over the last two decades in the US (you can thank the millennials), and what was once thought of as the ooo-la-la Frenchman's beverage of choice is now pretty much as common at parties as domestic beer and flat Diet Coke. Yeah, wine is big. As is, not surprisingly, wine tourism. Read More

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