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  • Texas Wines
  • Whether the winery and/or vineyard is located in the hill country, in a secluded town in the panhandle or down a back country road, Texas has some best kept secrets when it comes to wine. Share some of your favorites.
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    • Last updated February 23, 2009

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Texas Wines

  • TXMoon
    TXMoon joined the group Texas Wines
    • November 6, 2011
  • Jzak
    Jzak: I would like to know where that picture came from... Very excited to see that Pheasant Ridge is represented!

    WIneCrisis, I have been to Dry Comal...and I am very glad you were able to sample the black spanish! What bothered me about my visit was that the...  more
    • August 5, 2009
  • AnnB18788
    AnnB18788: The website drinklocalwine.com which promotes wineries in states other than CA is holding their first regional conference on Aug 15th @ Le Cordon Bleu Institute of Culinary Arts in Dallas.

    Details and a link to register - http://www.drinklocalwine.com/

    T...  more
    • July 3, 2009
  • WineCrisis
    WineCrisis: For those new to touring Texas wineries/vineyards... I have one for you. Dry Comal Creek Vineyards in New Braunfels. I HIGHLY recommend their Black Spanish (it's a reserve). Check it out on their website http://www.drycomalcreek.com/
    • February 23, 2009
  • AnnB18788
    AnnB18788: There are several wine events going on in the next few weeks, an excellent way to sample Texas wines.

    17th Annual Grapevine New Vintage Wine Trail - Grapevine, TX https://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/





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    • April 12, 2009