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

ACL Fest Avoidance Guide: Have a Wine Old Time Touring Local Vinters

Posted on October 10, 2012

This weekend offers a perfect occasion to seek out some of the Texas Hill Country wineries while Austin gets taken over by ACL Fest. Read More

Texas Monthly: Celebrate Texas Wine Month

Posted on October 08, 2012

It’s October in Texas, which among other things means football, Halloween costumes, and hopefully, cooler weather. October is also Texas Wine Month, where Texans can dedicate a whole month raising a glass to Texas wine. Read More

Texas wine industry no ‘sour grapes’

Posted on October 08, 2012

To give you an idea of how fast the wine industry has been growing: there were only 46 wineries in Texas in 2001 -- 10 years later there are more than 220 of them, creating an impact of about $2 billion statewide.  Read More

The Hills are Alive wtih Texas Wines

Posted on October 01, 2012

Swirl, sniff, sip—just don’t ask for a chardonnay. Varietals unique to Texas are making a name for our state in the wine world, and plenty of nearby wineries await with open doors to give you a taste of Texas’ growing industry Read More

Texas wine on Great Day Houston

Posted on September 28, 2012

"Be Texas proud...drink Texas wine!" Read More

Top 10 Hidden Gem Wine Regions, #1 Texas Hill Country

Posted on September 12, 2012

The roots of Texas wine go back more than three centuries, but in the last few years, Texas Hill Country, north of San Antonio and west of Austin, has become one of the country's fastest growing wine destinations.  Read More

An exceptional harvest; time for heavier whites

Posted on September 05, 2012

The grape harvest has been early this year for Texas with a mild Winter, early warm Spring, and hence early “bud break” erupting early. This early harvest has been nothing less than spectacular with exceptional grape quality, textbook weather for growing grapes, and wineries prepared to CRUSH their Texas fruit. Read More

Celebrate Fall in Texas Hill Country Style at Winery Events

Posted on September 04, 2012

Two Texas Hill Country wine events are coming up next month. That means tickets will be selling fast this month! Here’s your chance to get them now, and enjoy Texas wines and some beautiful Hill Country fall drives. Read More

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