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Flanigan’s Distillery & Winery

Winery in Bertram - 0.11 mi

Flanigan's Distillery & Winery is located in a charming 1904 building in Bertram, Texas just Northwest of the historic Bertram Train Depot. The owners have a mad scientist approach to modern crafting of wine and distilled spirits. "Do a Wine and Spirit flight" and have "the best tasting experience". Step back in time and have "an Irish Whiskey Smash" and belly up to their old-fashioned bar. Relax in one of their Irish style “snugs” or hang out in the courtyard. Wherever you decide to relax and enjoy, get your “Irish” up for Flanigan’s exceptional wine and spirits. You will enjoy a conversation and "seeing the preservation of an old building".

7 Creeks Vineyard

Winery in Burnet - 6.00 mi

Spend an afternoon out at 7 Creeks Vineyard, this family-owned winery in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. This winery is located 50 minutes Northwest of Austin, Texas. Bring your family, your friends, and yes, your pets too! They are strategically located in the heart of the burgeoning wine trail of Burnet County. Owners are completely down to earth and pleasurable to visit with, and they will make you feel right at home. This winery is the perfect place for any memorable meeting or celebration.  You can enjoy drinking wine under the tree outside. Some of the fantastic wines you can find here include the 2017 Syrah Rosé, 2018 Windstrewn, 2014 Cuvée Blanc de Blanc, 2017 Chardonnay, 2016 Mourvèdre, 2016 Old Vine Zinfandel, 2017 Alicante Bouschet, and 2015 Souzão which they currently offer online.

KFire Winery and Vineyard

Winery in Bertram - 9.11 mi

KFire Winery and Vineyard is a "hidden gem in the middle of the countryside where you can enjoy good wine and the company of locals". "A quaint winery" which is "located just north of Liberty Hill in Bertram off 183N and County Road 212". The owner is a "retired fireman, and you will find touches of former fire fighting equipment and artifacts throughout the tasting room". If "you enjoy firefighter items and good wine then you need to find your way to them". Their "Cadet" has a "very original flavor for a blush wine". Their "Ladder 19" is also "excellent", "bold and flavorful". Make sure to "bring your FD patch" so you can "trade it in for a free glass of wine". You can see "several already up on the wall with some from other states as well".

Thirsty Mule Winery & Vineyard

Winery in Liberty Hill - 11.21 mi

The Thirsty Mule Winery is located inside a hillside and "it is easy to locate off the highway". The original owner of the property dug out a hillside and poured a concrete structure and covered it back up. The tasting bar is 4' under the earth. "It's a great diversion in Liberty Hill". They have "live music every week and the wine is wonderful". Visit "it to fully understand not only the setting, but the winery tasting area complete with a gift shop, and wood-fired pizza". Have a taste of the "Chardonnay made from California grapes" that "tastes surprisingly sharp and 'raw'" or the "Pinot Blanc" which is "fruit forward at first but has a dry finish". You can also taste the "Cabernet" which has "hints of bell pepper both on the nose and by taste".

Torr Na Lochs Vineyard and Winery

Winery in Burnet - 16.91 mi

Torr Na Lochs Vineyard and Winery is a "family-owned and operated winery", "it's an absolute must-visit if you're" in the Highland Lakes area of the Texas Hill Country. They are "particularly easy to reach from the north side of Austin". The winery has "great views of Inks Lake and Lake Buchanan in distance in the hill country". Their wines are "flavorful and delicious" and they have a "decent selection of red and whites". Their "blood-red Texas Star Tempranillo is a standout, though there are three whites that also deserve your attention - the sweet Muscat Blanc, the Fion Geal, and the slightly drier Albarino". You can also pair your wines with their "cheese plate" which "is very good".

Flat Creek Estate

Winery in Marble Falls - 18.18 mi

Flat Creek Estate created a unique winery oasis in downtown Marble Falls. "The grounds and building are immaculate". Do a "tasting" and you will be "impressed with the knowledge and enthusiasm" of "the staff". Try "the almond champagne of theirs" which is "very flavorful without being overly sweet". You'll sample wines from grapes grown on their Hill Country Estate as well as from the partnerships with growers in the Texas High Plains. You will be "pleasantly surprised to discover this winery so close to Austin". A short visit will even turn "into 4 hours of relaxing, great fun". Walk-ins or online reservation, your experience awaits you on "a lovely place to get out and enjoy".

Perissos Vineyards

Winery in Burnet - 19.47 mi

Perissos Vineyards is "located right in the valley of Inks Lake State Park" which is "about an hour out from Austin". You will be "completely enchanted by the ambiance" and "you'll see vineyards galore" which is "breathtakingly beautiful". This place "is most reminiscent of Napa". This is a "great winery with a large outdoor space for parties and groups". It is "easy to spend an entire day relaxing and drinking good wine" with family or friends. Come and visit "without expectations" and you will leave "educated and inspired". This is "hands down one of the best spots near Marble Falls to visit".

The Vineyard at Florence

Winery in Florence - 20.56 mi

The Vineyard at Florence offers a beautiful and enchanting hill country location for your weekend escape, wedding, special event or just a relaxing day in a gorgeous vineyard setting. This is a "beautiful location and property". It is "very peaceful" and you will really "loved the atmosphere and the views". Enjoy "pizza cooked in a wood-fired stove" and "dig into the wine flight". You will enjoy "all of the options" they offer. The "wine" is "of a high standard as befits the venue and the "staff" are "friendly and helpful". Their "wine tasting" is "welcoming, fun and informative!" You can also check their website for their spa, pool, and gym schedules.

Stone House Vineyard

Winery in Spicewood - 21.24 mi

Stone House Vineyard is a "fantastic little vineyard tucked away on the south shore of Lake Travis". They are "definitely off the beaten path, but that is what makes it so serene". It is a "beautiful hidden treasure" and their "service is friendly" and "dogs are allowed". They have "some creative and delicious wine selections". They mostly "serve wines from Barossa, Australia, Napa and Russian River Valley". Their "Cuvée Cuddles is delicious, light and so bubbly!" while the "Rose is more on the dry side". Their "cheese plate" is "a great compliment". They also have "relaxing jazz music playing in their air-conditioned tasting room".

Spicewood Vineyards

Winery in Spicewood - 21.27 mi

Spicewood Vineyards was first planted in 1992 and has now grown to 22 acres. Since then, they have been producing distinguished Texas Hill Country wines that are known for their timeless appeal and exceptional character. Their vineyard has many different varieties growing with an emphasis on Spanish and Portuguese grapes. You will experience a "laid back feel" and will be amazed by the "beautiful lush vineyards". Their place has a "great outdoor patio with a fabulous cross breeze" with a "fun feel and great wines". They are "very accommodating to individual tastes for wine tastings". Aside from the "great wines with great stories for each wine", there is also "live music". This is also a "perfect venue to hold" special events and you can contact them directly or check their website if you want to create lifelong memories. Spicewood Vineyards has been included in Kim's Lists as one of the 7 Most Scenic Wineries Across Texas. Check out the link to read more!

Pillar Bluff Vineyards

Winery in Lampasas - 22.20 mi

Pillar Bluff Vineyards is "an exceptional 'boutique' winery out in the wilds of Lampasas", on the northern edge of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. It has a "small tasting room but it is perfect with just the right amount of room". It is "homey" and it "lacks the pretentiousness of other wineries". The owner is "usually there and is always ready to sit and visit". "He and his wife" will "go out of their way to make you feel at home". All of the wines are "super but the reds and dessert wines" will "stand out" for anyone. Also, you can be "lucky" when "show up on a pizza day" since "Gil can cook almost as good as he makes wine". He is also a "beekeeper" so check out their "sweet supply of local honey".

Texas Legato Winery

Winery in Lampasas - 22.33 mi

Texas Legato Winery has been serving award-winning wines since 2007. Their name came from the word Legato which is an Italian word that means a gathering together of family or friends. You will find this place a great gathering place for family and friends. You will also be "impressed with the owners and their wine". They are "generous, kind, welcoming, and pleasure to be around". Their "outdoor seating is plentiful and has beautiful views of the winery". Visit and "enjoy sipping a glass on their comfortable covered porch overlooking the vineyard!" It is "absolutely a lovely place to hang out" and "is worth the drive".

Bent Oak Winery

Winery in Cedar Park - 23.59 mi

Bent Oak Winery is "located in an industrial business park in the heart of Texas", just outside of Austin in Cedar Park. Their passion is to bring fine wine with grapes sourced from Texas and California, from the Dry Creek valley, slopes of Sonoma Mountain, high-planes of Texas to their back yard vineyard. Their tasting room looks like "a warehouse that is turned into a wine tasting place". "It is so comfy and cozy with great service and happy people". When you visit, "you will walk through the front gift shop to the back tasting room and production area". Share the Bent Oak journey. "They have gone to amazing strides to make a warehouse space homey".

Georgetown Winery

Winery in Georgetown - 23.68 mi

Just like a "pub from the early 30s", Georgetown Winery is located in a 127-year-old historic building in Georgetown Square. "The place is very small and decorated in rustic decor with a just few tables and a few seats at the bar". This is a "great stop if you are walking around Georgetown main square" and "have a taste of several different wines" and you may even "finally decide in the Red Poppy Moscato". "Besides some good wines, there's also a big selection of flavored olive oils you can't find at HEB or Walmart or Target". From "great wine and friendly employees", there are "live music performances as well".

Tom Bombadil Meadery

Winery in Georgetown - 24.82 mi

Tom Bombadil Meadery has been making wine for almost 40 years with a special interest in Texas-grown fruit and honey wine combinations. They want to bring truly dry and refreshing Meads (honey wine) and Melomels (fruit honey wines) to the world and Texas specifically. Come and taste the experience for yourself. Try one of their meads. You can try their "Orange Blossom Mead" which is "nice and smooth" with "lots of honey in the body and the orange blossom on the nose and finish". Check out their website for any updates since you can also find their wines at the Canterbury Renaissance Festival.

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