Texas Wineries near Fredericksburg
Texas is becoming more and more well known for their wine production and local wineries helping Texas become fifth on the nation’s list of top wine producers include Becker Vineyards, Comfort Cellars Winery, Fredericksburg Winery and Grape Creek Vineyards with their lists of many awards. The Texas wineries in the Hill Country have a large choice of wines to offer. Other popular wineries in the area include Bell Mountain Vineyards, Oberhof Winery, Woodrose Winery and Torre Di Pietra Winery. These Texas Wineries host tasting of newly released wines during the year along with wine and food pairings, seminars, demonstrations and tours. Come and meet the vintners as you tour and taste. Dates of Trail Events may include February – Wine Lover’s Trails, April – Wine & Wildflower Trail, August – Harvest Wine Trail, October – Texas Wine Month Passport Trail and December – Holiday Wine Trail. For more information about these events call 1-866-621-9463 or check the website www.texaswinetrail.com. After sampling some wonderful wine from the local vineyards check out some of our Fredericksburg Texas shops to find a keepsake to take home.
While making your plans to visit a local winery, choose from our variety of Hill Country lodging options including Fredericksburg, Comfort, Kerrville, and Hunt.
Bell Mountain/Oberhellmann Vinyards – 830-685-3297; 14 miles N on TX 16
Becker Vineyards - 830-644-2681; 10 miles east of Fredericksburg off Hwy. 290 on Jenschke Ln.
Fredericksburg Winery – 830-990-8747; 247 W. Main Street
Chisholm Trail Winery – 830-990-2675; Hwy. 290 W. 9 miles left to 2367 Usener Road
Gillespie County produces 40% of all the peaches grown in the state of Texas. Roadside stands line man of the roads leading into Fredericksburg with major concentration along Hwy 290 between Fredericksburg and Stonewall. The peach season runs from mid-May through the first week of August in a normal year. Several orchards offer pick-your-own. The Hill Country Fruit Council produces a listing of its members in a brochure entitled Fredericksburg-Stonewall Peaches, which is on their website www.texaspeaches.com