2021 Christmas Wine Affair: Through December 24th! sampling award-winning wines at 42 Hill Country Wineries.

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Winter at Texas Hill Country Wineries is about the Christmas Wine Affair, the last of Texas Hill Country Wineries’ passport events of the year!
Savor all that Texas Wine Country has to offer this holiday season from November 29th through December 24th, sipping and sampling award-winning wines at 42 Hill Country Wineries.
With the purchase of a digital Event Passport, wine lovers can taste at up to four wineries per day over the course of the event, as well as receive exclusive discounts on bottle purchases.
Passport tickets are $100/pair or $65/individual. (During a regular tasting room visit, the average tasting fee is $15/person, making the total value of the passport over $750!) https://texaswinetrail.com/christmas-wine-affair/

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Texas has a long history of wine production. The sunny and dry climate of the major winemaking regions in the state have drawn comparison to Portuguese wines, in addition to other regions in Europe like Spain, France, and Italy.[2] Some of the earliest recorded Texas wines were produced by Spanish missionaries in the 1650s near El Paso. Texas ranked as the fifth largest wine producing state by 2019.[3]

The state is home to over 42 members of the Vitis grape vine family with fifteen being native to the state, more than any other region on earth.[1][4] As of 2017, the state had over 4,550 acres (1,840 ha) planted with Vitis vinifera.[1] Despite being the largest of conterminous states, this relatively small amount of planted land is dwarfed by the production of even the smallest French AOCs like Sancerre. The Texan wine industry is continuing its steady pace of expansion and has gained a reputation as an established wine growing region in the United States.[5] TEXAS WINE WIKI

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