Texas Wineslinger: Plan your Texas wine country trail ride

Posted on January 09, 2013

As Texas wine lover Dave Potter said in my previous column, “Half the fun of trying Texas wine is the hunt and travel around Texas. It’s the best excuse for a road trip I know.” Well, what better time is there than in the depths of winter to plan your getaway from humdrum local landscapes to experience the refreshing rural spaces of Texas wine country? http://lubbockonline.com/life-columnists/2013-01-08/texas-wineslinger-plan-your-texas-wine-country-trail-ride#.UO2nrxhuUxE Read More

Take a Stroll on the Texas Wine Lovers Trail

Posted on January 08, 2013

Wine and chocolate: romantic stuff that, together, is the definition of “a sure thing.” Texas Hill Country Wineries wants to help you with that.  Read More

Cheapflights.com: Don’t underestimate Texas wine

Posted on October 25, 2012

The Texas Hill Country is a wondrous place: rolling, shrub-strewn vistas, lovely land and good people. And, oh, did we mention marvelous wine? There are some 30 Texas Hill Country wineries arrayed throughout the Hill Country, from Austin to Fredericksburg, wineries whose owners share a common passion for producing superb varietals. Read More

Texas LIVE Magazine: Autumn Wine Trails

Posted on October 19, 2012

Texas LIVE Magazine: Autumn Wine TrailsThe Texas Hill Country Wine Trails are just the place to see a bit of Texas, experience vast vineyards, and taste a bit of wine.  Read More

Central Texas Winery Photo Tour

Posted on October 17, 2012

There are more than 30 wineries in the Texas Hill Country to the west of Austin. Many of these vineyards are relatively new the wine making industry but have been getting notice outside of Texas.  Read More

The 10 Best College Towns for True Foodies

Posted on October 17, 2012

4. Austin, Texas: Long known as a drinking town, Austin is home to a trifecta of craft cocktails, an exploding craft beer scene, and close proximity to Texas hill country wineries to complement food offerings that are cutting edge and often, charmingly weird. Read More

Business Now: The sweet, sour side of Texas wineries

Posted on October 17, 2012

While Central Texas may be no Napa Valley, the wine industry continues to grow, particularly in the Hill Country. Read More

SavorSA: Notes & Quotes: Holiday Wine Trail, Vintner Dinners, Great Specials

Posted on October 17, 2012

Finally, there’s a little chill in the air, and you might already be thinking about the hustle and bustle of holidays — baking, wrapping, fireplaces, and of course, the Texas Hill Country Wineries 2012 Holiday Wine Trail. Read More

Traveling the Texas Wine Trail brings buckets of good cheer

Posted on October 17, 2012

The two remaining weekends in the month also offer some other opportunities to explore Texas wine — maybe...While you're exploring the website, you might also want to check out the Holiday Wine Trail.  Read More

Texas Wineries - The #2 Visited Wineries In The Country!

Posted on October 16, 2012

Texas' wineries have grown from a backyard hobby into the second-most visited wine growing area in the country. There are more than 30 wineries in the hills to the west of Austin, each producing wine and drawing visitors to Texas' scenic Hill Country. Read More

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