This was 1 of the last wineries on our weekend tour. It's kind of out of the way off of Bell Springs Road. It was very nice though small and comfortable. Tge young lady singing live music out on the deck was very talented. Great time here would definitely recommend this 1 on your tour.
This is my favorite spot on the Hill Country Wine Trail so far. The grounds are really pretty, and they often have someone playing live music out on their deck. For around $6 you get six 1 oz tastes of wine, and if you decide to buy a bottle then you get your tastes for free.
Try the Riesling when it's available or my recent fave their voignier.
The tasting room is on the small side but the tasting price is affordable ($7 for the flight) and the outside space is so lovely!
The wines are on the sweet side (seems like most TX wines fall into that category) but the reds are solid. Several in our group got full glasses of the zinfandel.
There is plenty of seating outside!
I have just started touring the Hill Country wineries, but i already know this will be on the top of the list. I became a wine club member. Later in the day I went to the Driftwood Estates, but I enjoyed Bell Springs better.
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