|Find a Texas Winery|
I am extremely excited that Texas has a growing wine industry. And Texas wines are getting much better. However I have some real problems with many of its wines and wineries. As everyone who lives here knows, during the summer, most of Texas has very hot days and hot nights. But most grapes like hot days and cool nights. That’s why California is perfect for grapes. Hot days and cool nights equals great wine grapes.
|Visiting Texas Wineries|
Gale and I have visited over half of the wineries in Texas. Unlike the California wineries, they tend to be spread out and driving to them can be a pain. However, Fredericksburg is a great trip and there are a lot of wineries in the Hill Country.
Dallas has four wineries, and they have a wine tour. The Dallas Wine Trail will have its 3rd annual Spring Grand Tour on Saturday April 14th. The wineries involved are the Fuqua Winery, Inwood Estate Winery, Calais Winery and the Times Ten Winery. Times Ten and Calais are close to Munger Place. Times Ten is in Lakewood and Calais is in Deep Ellum.
Way Out Wineries Road Trip
Texas wine trails have activities throughout the year. Gale and I have done the Way Out Wineries tour and it is great fun. There are wineries all over the state and in each region. So take the time to visit them and experience Texas wines up close. But before you go, take time to read my condensed Texas Wine Rules, they will help you have a much better trip!
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