Texas Hill Country Wine Trail beckons
The cool winds of fall blow across the Texas Hill Country and the desire to explore the many Texas trails is revived. Despite the huge growth, for many the Texas Wine Trail and industry remains unknown country. That’s why I released my latest Texas travel book Exploring the Texas Hill Country Wine Trail. This Amazon bestseller will provide you with a great overview of the exploding Texas wine vineyards and wineries located in the Hill Country. You’ll also receive a free copy of The Texas Wine Tasting Guide.
Do you know there are 34 wineries in the Texas Hill Country alone? If you’re from Texas, you already know of its lure. The annual explosion of Bluebonnets and Texas Paintbrush delight us with their visual springtime feast, but there is so much more and the Texas Wine Trail provides year-round enjoyment. Read on for a great destination spot whether you’re traveling along, in couples, with families, or with friends.
Experience the Texas Wine Trail in a new way
For cyclists, the Hill Country Bike and Wine offers 12-mile tours through the wine country including the historic towns of Fredericksburg and Stonewall with stops at three wineries and a lunch. Bikes and helmets are furnished along with some time to become familiar with the trek hybrid bikes. Don’t feel up to a six-hour tour? You can always opt for the shorter 5-mile tour through town that combines history, tasting rooms, and even a chocolate shop. (Chocolate and wine? That’s my kind of tour.) Don’t worry, these are not hard cycling tours but rather a more leisurely yet adventuresome way to experience the Hill Country’s Wine Trail with a different perspective.
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