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Texas Hill Country Wineries
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Here is a list of wineries we regularly include in our tour packages. With dozens of wineries in the Fredericksburg area alone, there's sure to be something for everyone.
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- 4.0 Cellars – New to Fredericksburg's Wine Road 290, this winery is a collaboration between Comanche's Brennan Vineyards, Burleson's Lost Oak Winery, and Lubbock's McPherson Cellars.
- 290 Wine Castle – They have searched Europe and partnered with wine craftsmen for a secret cellar selection. Join them for an afternoon of fine wines and food while luxuriating in the 360 views of the Texas Hill Country surrounding the castle grounds.
- Barons Creek Vineyards – The vineyards represent varietals primarily from noted vineyards in California, Washington State, and Spain.
- Becker Vineyards – Situated in a 19th century German stone barn reproduction, Becker is known for its award-winning Bordeaux, Burgundian and Rhone-style wines.
- Blue Lotus Winery – They offer a variety of Texas dry reds and are excited to introduce the Texas Hill Country to Texas Meads (honey wine).
- Carter Creek Winery – A premiere winery inspired by a founding family of Texas Wine Country, the Carter Creek Winery Resort & Spa features a tasting room, a restaurant, and an onsite microbrewery where award-winning vintages meet rugged and spectacular natural beauty.
- Chisholm Trail Winery – Home of "Ghost Rider" sweet wine. Dessert wines, Gold Medal dry whites and full bodied reds, there is something for everyone.
- Fat Ass Ranch & Winery – A unique winery with great wines and great times!
- Fiesta Winery – Located along the 290 Wine Trail, Fiesta Winery brings you superior wine full of love from our family to yours.
- Garrison Brothers Distillery – The distillery produces Texas Straight Bourbon, as well as some experimental variants. In 2006, the distillery was granted the first stiller’s permit for bourbon outside of Kentucky and Tennessee, which makes it the oldest legal bourbon distillery in Texas.
- Grape Creek Vineyards – In the past couple of years, Grape Creek has garnered more than 100 medals from California to New York.
- Hilmy Cellars – Wines from hot-climate varietals of grapes from around the world, with an emphasis on finding their truest expression in Texas.
- Hye Market – Visit the Hye End Tasting Room in the historic Hye Post Office and enjoy Texas-only wines and some delicious food.
- Hye Meadow – State-of-the-art winery located off the beaten path, offering a range of intriguing whites and hearty Mediterranean-based reds.
- Hye Rum – When you visit the distillery and its accompanying tasting room, the centerpiece of your experience will be the cocktails. The menu has ten traditional Caribbean-style and New Orleans-style drinks, like Mai Tais and Hurricanes.
- Inwood Estates – A pioneer in Tempranillo growing, Inwood Estates specializes in making the highest quality wines from the best Texas grapes.
- Kuhlman Cellars – Produces five wines a year with one white, one rosé, and three reds. They believe in using Mediterranean, Italian, and French variety grapes. Their philosophy on wines to be provided is not necessarily being the best Texas wine, but the best wine they can provide.
- Mendelbaum Cellars – Authentic Texas wines from the Texas panhandle and Texas high plains. Also offering new Holy Land wines from Israel.
- Messina Hof Hill Country – Messina Hof is a family-owned business based on the three cornerstones of family, tradition, and romance, and is dedicated to produce a gold-medal-winning wine in every varietal.
- Pedernales Cellars – Specializing in Spanish and Rhone style wines, this boutique winery is focused on handcrafted, small-lot wines, and working with varietals that thrive in the rugged Texas Hill Country terrain.
- Ron Yates Winery – Family-owned and operated winery is run by a seasoned team of winemaking experts, using start-of-the-art equipment to make delicious Spanish, Italian, and Rhone-style wines with estate-grown and sourced grapes.
- Six Shooter Cellars – Offering a selection of wines from five famous Texas wineries.
- Sweetbriar Rose – Offers pastries, sandwiches, snacks, coffee, espressos, beer, and wine. A great place to grab lunch while touring along the 290 Wine Trail.
- Vinovium Winery – They have about 30 wines by the glass and probably 50 wines by the bottle.
- The Vintage Cellar – Offers wine from 3 Texas-based vineyards.
- Wedding Oak Winery (Located at Wildseed Farms) – Wedding Oak Winery offers several varieties of both red and white wines from their own Texas vineyards.
- William Chris Vineyards – Texas-grown premium wine from estate-run vineyards across the state. Walking tour leads to the oak grove.
- Wine Garage – They sell surplus California wines with plenty of taste from across California’s wine growing regions for under $25.
- Woodrose Winery – Varietals that work well in Texas including Mourv-dre, Tannat, Sangiovese, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Blanc du Bois, Vermentino, and Trebbiano.
- Zero 815 Winery – Great wines, nice selection of reds and knowledgeable staff. A nice getaway from some of the larger wineries.