Your Guide to Hill Country Wineries

Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you are all taking some time to celebrate the day with the people you care about most. If you are still looking for a way to celebrate Valentine’s Day then check out this post or plan a trip to your local winery. I have rounded up a few of my favorites below. Let’s get to sipping!

4.0 Cellars: 4.0 Cellars began as a collaboration between three Texas wineries – Brennan Vineyards, Lost Oak Winery, and McPherson Cellars, which are located respectively in Comanche, Burleson, and Lubbock. At 4.0, you can expect to be treated to an exceptional array of wines, from single varietal wines to diverse blends, all from vineyards located throughout Texas.

Becker Vineyards: Featured on the Fine Living Channel, and served at The White House, these handcrafted award-winning Bordeaux, Burgundian, and Rhone-styled wines are enjoyed with fine cuisine or casual fare. Becker Vineyards practices a hands-on people-centered philosophy and is proud to be one of the largest contractors of Texas Fruit.

Dry Comal Creek: Dry Comal Creek Vineyards is a small boutique wine producer that makes ‘Texas Style’ wine. The wines are different and they emphasize the good points and do not apologize by making comparisons to any other wines in the market.

Grape Creek: With nearly 20 acres under vine at the estate the wine-making team at Grape Creek Vineyards has crafted dazzling, award-winning wines for nearly three decades.  New guests are welcome to tour the modern wine production facility, enjoy barrel tastings, and discover for themselves why Grape Creek is a wine club winery.

Pedernales Cellars: Pedernales Cellars is Texas’ leading producer of authentic, handcrafted wines, including benchmark Tempranillos and Viogniers. Visitors can tour the underground winemaking cellar, then relax with a glass of wine on the tree covered deck with breathtaking views of the Texas Hill Country.

William Chris: William Chris Vineyards creates old world style, authentic Texas-grown wines. Since 2008, wine growers Bill Blackmon and Chris Brundrett have expanded William Chris’s estate vineyards and formed lasting partnerships with independent, family-owned farms across the state to source only the highest quality Texas fruit. Reservations are required so be sure to book ahead!

Looking for a complete list of wineries in Hill Country? Check out this list. Cheers!

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