Review of La Cruz de Comal Wines by TexasRealFood

You will "loved the location" and the "natural wines" when you "visit a unique winery in the hill country of Texas" that is the La Cruz de Comal Wines . The "prices seemed to be pricey but once you do the wine tasting, you'll know why". All their wines which are made as "a hobby" are "natural". There are "no additives" and perfect for "anyone who wants to taste" a "real wine". In 2012, the tasting room opened on the estate vineyard in Comal County, Texas. "The tasting room looks like a little cottage nestled in the French countryside". The owner "doesn't filter so the wines are a bit hazy and have some sediment/yeast on the bottom", the wines "ferment from wild yeast/bacteria on the grapes and whatever bacteria is in the HillCo air" and "this gives the wines an obvious farmhouse character (mild funk/horsey, slightly sour)". If you want to have an "excellent experience", this place is "definitely worth the drive out to Canyon Lake".

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