Texas hill country is Texas wine country! With over 50 wineries scattered throughout Hill Country, there is someplace new to explore every time you hit the road. From Austin to Fredericksburg and Lampasas to New Braunfels, these wineries all share the same commitment to quality and hospitality. Some of the best wines come from the Great State of Texas, and the following are just a few of the best wineries.
Created as a collaboration between three prominent Texas wineries, Brennan Vineyards, Lost Oak Winery, and McPherson Cellars, 4.0 Cellars is located in Fredericksburg. 4.0 started as a small-concept tasting room and over time has evolved into a unique winery. 4.0 offers its tasters a wide array of wines ranging from single varietal wines to diverse blends found all around Texas. They even offer a wine club which is the perfect backdrop to see their winemaking techniques and their passion for their products.
Bending Branch Winery
Situated on 56 acres near the Guadalupe River, Bending Branch Winery celebrates their award-winning Cabernet Sauvignon. Known for their signature grape, Tannat, Bending Branch has quickly emerged as a true Texas winery. Whether you’re sitting on the deck enjoying the live music every Saturday afternoon or attending a Members of the Bending Branch wine club event, there is something for everyone at this winery!
Fall Creek Vineyards
Since 1975, Fall Creek Vineyards has been producing exquisite wines with grapes sourced from farmer-owned vineyards across Texas. Known as one of the founding families of the Texas wine industry, Ed and Susan Auler started their vineyard after a trip to France. Fall Creek is known for their single-vineyard Terroir Reflections wines a Bordeaux inspired Meritus Wines. Fall Creek is known for its tradition and legacy while creating modern wines.
Pedernales Cellar overlooks the Pedernales River Valley in Stonewall, Texas. Focused on creating world-class wines with ecologically sound practices and a focus on the exceptional quality of grapes found in the Texas Hill Country. Pedernales sources their grapes from vineyards in the Hill Country and the Texas High Plains as well as the original estate vineyard.