Texas Hill Country Wineries!

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Texans know the scenic Hill Country is the place to go for wine. But now the area is in the running for the title of Best Wine Region in North America. Every where you go it seems, vineyards are popping up all along the motorcycle roads of the Texas Hill Country. Below are over 30 recommendations and growing! This is a fantastic opportunity to take your weekend to the next level. Not only are these locations amazing in their own right, but they offer many amenities such as food, music, swimming and bed and breakfasts. Even Treehouses! Checkem out!

  1. Augusta Vin Winery
  2. Becker Vineyards
  3. Bell Springs Winery
  4. Bending Branch Winery
  5. Bent Oak Winery
  6. Bingham Family Vineyards
  7. Calais Winery
  8. Carter Creek Winery
  9. Chisholm Trail Winery
  10. Driftwood Estate Winery
  11. Dry Comal Creek Winery and Vineyards
  12. Duchman Winery
  13. Fall Creek Vineyards
  14. Grape Creek Vineyards
  15. Hilmy Cellars
  16. Inwood Estates Vineyards
  17. Kalasi Cellars
  18. Kerrville Hills Winery
  19. Kuhlman Cellars
  20. Limestone Terrace Vineyard
  21. Longhorn Cellars
  22. Lost Maples Winery
  23. Messina Hof Winery
  24. Narrow Path Winery
  25. Pedernales Cellars
  26. Pontotoc Vineyard
  27. Ron Yates Wines
  28. Slate Mill Wine Collective
  29. Signor Vineyards
  30. Singing Water Vineyards
  31. Solaro Estate Winery
  32. Texas Heritage Vineyard
  33. Texas Hills Vineyard
  34. Texas Wine Collective
  35. William Chris Vineyards

Map – Texas Hill Country Wineries

  • Always have a designated driver. Many wineries will have refreshments just for designated drivers.
  • Plan ahead of time and select three to five wineries for a single day tour.  Picking a few that are near each other will help with a successful tour.  Don’t forget the wineries in the outlying areas.
  • Be aware of individual winery hours of business.
  • Be sure to drink lots of water during the day to prevent dehydration.
  • You do not have to drink each entire taste of wine. If you’re tasting 5 or 6 wines at 4 wineries for the day it will all add up. Take a couple of sips and pour the rest out into the spittoon. Typically, wineries serve one-ounce pours. As a reference point, there are four to six ounces of wine in a typical glass.
  • Please be patient when entering a crowded tasting room. The staff will do their best to serve you as they can.
  • Please be respectful of your confirmed appointment times. Take a few minutes to understand the length of time from one winery to another when mapping your day.
  • Bring the proper identification. Winery staff will check if you are of age.
  • If you are bringing children on a wine tour with you, make sure to keep an eye on them so they do not disrupt other guests.  Bring a toy or game to occupy your child and a snack or drink.
  • Bring a sweater or jacket as certain areas of the winery make be kept cold.
  • Please check with the wineries ahead of time to see if they are dog friendly.
  • Do not leave purchased wines in a hot car.  Bring a cooler and ice packs inside.
  • Do not leave pets or children in hot cars while tasting or touring at wineries.
  • If you loved the wines, take advantage of joining the wine club for discounts and special future bottles.
  • Many of the small wineries don’t work with distributors so if you find wines that you like, you should purchase them from the tasting room because you are likely not find them in stores.
  • When driving the Hill Country, watch for cyclists, motorcyclists, joggers and be courteous.
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The Austin Wine Merchant 512 West Sixth Street  Austin, Texas 78701-2806 USA

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