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Narrow Path Winery

Winery in Fredericksburg - 0.04 mi

Narrow Path Winery's commitment is producing exceptional wines that make you want to sit and savor. "No hoity-toity frills, just great wine, and genuinely authentic experience". They have two locations at which you can taste their wine. The main winery and vineyard are located just south of Stonewall at 6331 South Ranch Road 1623. The downtown Fredericksburg tasting room is located at 113 East Main Street. Visit them and you may end up "purchasing the 2017 Arris (75% Sangiovese, 25% Tannat)", a "surprisingly smooth and tasteful" wine. The "Dreamchaser Blanc and Dreamchaser (Merlot)" are also "reasonably sweet but also fragrant and floral". They also have "different blends of wine which are very unique and different compared to most of the Moscato found pretty much everywhere in Fredericksburg".

Vintners Hideaway

Winery in Fredericksburg - 0.21 mi

The place was originally built in the 1930s. It was a Nash Rambler auto dealership before becoming Vintners Hideaway, an upscale wine tasting room with a very cool vibe. They are "tucked just 1 block off the square". It's a "lovely tasting room with a number of varietals just off Main and away from the crowds". They have "several vintners’ wines as well as a few they bottle" and they offer a "variety of whites, rose, and reds". They also have "very knowledgeable and attentive staff" that are "enthusiastic and excited to teach" and "help novice wine drinkers". It's a great experience visiting this winery and "enjoy an intimate experience often lost on busy Main Street".

Fredericksburg Winery

Winery in Fredericksburg - 0.24 mi

Fredericksburg Winery is a family-owned and operated winery is located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and has been creating delicious wine for nearly 20 years.  If you "don't know much about wine and had rarely found wines that taste good", you will "absolutely loved stopping by here". You will "learn about domestic wines" and will have "fun time tasting the different wines". They will help you "choose wines to taste" and you will be "able to find so many that were so good". You won’t find any of Fredericksburg Winery’s wines at a restaurant or grocery store -- the only way to try their wine is to visit them and since this is a family business, hours may vary, but they usually open at 10 AM. You can check their website for the opening hours.

Cross Mountain Vineyards

Winery in Fredericksburg - 0.28 mi

The owner of the Cross Mountain Vineyards lived in Italy and has extensive knowledge of Italian wines. They have an "amazing selection of Italian wines" that are "very full-bodied". Their tasting room is located in downtown Fredericksburg. "If you're a fan of Italian wines" or you "have never tried them then you need to stop here for a wine tasting". Although, "they are in the process of producing their own wines". The wait staff is also "friendly and very knowledgeable". When you are in the Hill Country town of Fredericksburg, stop by for a tasting and you may even end up buying "a bottle of Barolo and a Cab Sauv/Franc blend".

Pontotoc Vineyard

Winery in Fredericksburg - 0.34 mi

All of their wines are made with at least a portion of the grapes grown at Pontotoc Vineyard and are named after historic locations and geological formations in the Northern Hill Country. "The owners are beautiful" and "the location itself is so unique and gives you such a great glimpse into history". They have the "oldest building in the town and they have really taken such good care of it". The setting "definitely gives you the German vibe of the beer gardens". Their "Sangria" is "exceptional" and "ice-cold, tangy, not too sweet - perfect for a late summer evening sitting in their lovely Weingarten". The food pairings are "delicious" such as "pimento cheese and pecans" which are "very tasty". This winery "is a MUST stop when in Fredericksburg". A "great little hidden gem" which "is well worth the walk from the busy downtown shops".

Andreucci Wine Room

Winery in Fredericksburg - 0.40 mi

The art of winemaking has been passed down for two and a quarter centuries. Some of the wine labels in the Andreucci Wine Room even had a reproduction of the receipt issued by the French Army when they purchased from the Andreucci family for Napoleon's troops. This is proof that they had a reputation for making exceptional wines. This is "not a Texas wine" place but the "ambiance and great wine selections on the east end of Main Street" will make "Red Wine lovers" return "but white wine drinkers will be equally happy". The "Italian waiters added a sense of being in Tuscany" and the "food they serve is excellent".

Lost Draw Cellars

Winery in Fredericksburg - 0.47 mi

Lost Draw Cellars is "highly" recommended, "for those looking for a family joint without all the bougie vibe". You will enjoy "all of the wines" and will even "LOVED a new limited edition Tannat" that is "aged in bourbon barrels". "This is a very attractive venue that is a short drive from nearly anywhere in Fredericksburg". A truly wonderful experience with "top-notch service". "Hospitality, not snobbery" because even if you are not "members of their wine club", you will be "welcomed here". They also "specialize in some unusual varietals" that are also "yummy such as the Marsanne, Roussanne", and "Sangiovese". Also, "make sure to try the Tempranillo".

The Wine Garage

Winery in Fredericksburg - 0.94 mi

You will have "a great wine experience, especially if you have guys with you who enjoy cars" when you visit The Wine Garage. The "tasting comes with a tour of the classic cars in the back" which will be "so much fun". The "employees are happy, energetic, and always welcoming". You will really "enjoy the tasting here" with wines such as the "mimosa and malbec" which are "great". They have an "impressive selection of wines" and they "specialize in dry reds and whites". It's a "really unique tasting experience" with an "owner" that is "more than happy to interact with guests and tell" guests "about his collection of absolutely jaw-dropping and amazing cars".

Texas Heritage Vineyard

Winery in Fredericksburg - 3.14 mi

Texas Heritage Vineyard is a "friendly boutique winery in Fredericksburg, Texas". They "opened their tasting room on highway 290 to the public last May". They have a "Good Mix of white and red Texas wines". You will "love the Tempranillo" which has "full of flavor with a touch of boldness and silky lingering tannins that begs to be paired with a nice Texas ribeye" and the "Malbec" which is "quite fruit-forward with a touch of leather" taste. There is also a "fun, lively, welcoming atmosphere with some wonderful live music out back that has a beautiful view". Enjoy their wines at the patio that has "the best sunset views".

1851 Vineyards

Winery in Fredericksburg - 4.16 mi

1851 Vineyards is a "quaint little winery, family-owned" winery is the closest winery and estate vineyard to Main Street in Fredericksburg, Texas and "is a must-see if you come to Fredericksburg". This estate winery that is maintained with the exceptional legacy of the Holliman family also "has some interesting history". You can buy very good wines such as "the estate wines with black labels". They are currently renovating the tasting room and adding new state-of-the-art facilities to accommodate more guests. Select from several wines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, LOC Red, Tannat, THP Rose, Malvasia Bianca, L.O.C. White Blend, and Trebbiano which also has a 10% discount on any case order when you buy online.

Safari Winery

Winery in Fredericksburg - 5.21 mi

Safari Winery is "very well presented and woodwork detail is premium". You will be "surprised that they break from the norm of local wines and serve South African and Chilean wine". There are also "indoor and outdoor seating, up and downstairs and kids are welcome". Their wines are from the Western Cape region of South Africa and the Lontue Valley region of Chile. You will be "provided a great wine tasting experience" and get served with "delicious wines". You may end up having "new" favorite wines such as "the Carmenere and the Pinotage". They also have "excellent" food pairings such as "cheese and meat platter" plus "the music on weekends" is "great".

Baron’s Creek Vineyards

Winery in Fredericksburg - 5.51 mi

Baron's Creek Vineyards is "a little upscale, but still inviting" and they have carefully curated wines from all over the US and Spain. Enjoy some of their wines including the "best Chardonnay" as well as the "Sauvignon Blanc and Rose" which are "phenomenal as well". Pair it "with a charcuterie and cheese board". "Be sure to explore the gorgeous courtyard in the back". They have overnight accommodations so you can "spend the night in one of their luxurious villas". A third-floor tower experience is also available by reservation with 360 views of the hill country. They have "live music" and their staff is "knowledgeable" about the wines too.

Longhorn Cellars

Winery in Fredericksburg - 5.58 mi

Opened in early 2018, "Longhorn Cellars owners Dr. Michael and Deanna Dickey are no strangers to wine". You will find "the tasting room" to be "lovely with cowhide chairs and decor". "Syrah, the Alicante Bouschet, and the Viognier" are just some of the "nice selection" of "their own wines, with interesting combinations of grapes". There is also "great live music" and "they even had a table of the most amazing homemade gumbo and beans'n'rice". Expect to see a Longhorn cattle and a white donkey when you "stop by for a visit and a tasting". You will not be "disappointed" because "their wines, staff and winery dogs make it feel like a home away from home".

Augusta Vin

Winery in Fredericksburg - 5.71 mi

Augusta Vin is a newly-opened winery that is "a fabulous addition to the Fredericksburg wine community" intending to provide an experience that will have guests visiting for years to come. In the summer of 2019, they have completed the construction of a 2-story timber-framed "superb five-star tasting room" and they also have a "kid-friendly atmosphere, with several courtyards and protected areas for your kids to run around and play while you enjoy the best Texas wines in the Hill Country". Enjoy a taste of their several wines including Malbec, Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Syrah, Tempranillo, Latitude 45, Marsanne, Brisk White, and Rose Counoise at the "most romantic tasting room in the Hill Country".

Six Shooter Cellars

Winery in Fredericksburg - 5.81 mi

With over 40 choices, Six Shooter Cellars has one of the largest sweet fruit and mead selections on 290. You can pick any six for $15 or come out and try their famous Jalapeno Shot. They "have a good variety of wines and during the weekends they might also have cheese and crackers to go with your wine tasting". With "everything to wine tasting to snacks to beer", they "have a jalapeńo shot that is very good as well". You will have "the best time wine tasting at this cellar". You will be "looking forward to going back" because "it’s not just a stop on tour, it’s an experience!"

Alexander Vineyards

Winery in Fredericksburg - 6.22 mi

Alexander Vineyards is a boutique winery that is "an absolute hidden gem that is located right outside of Fredericksburg". When you visit, you will be "skeptical" because of "our tasting room may suck but our wine is great" sign. Two dogs named "Gizmo and Pinot" will also welcome you and "the view outside is gorgeous". They offer the "best selection of new world and old world varietals" including "Bordeaux, Champagne, Rieslings, and Spanish Tempranillos" which you can taste and purchase. "Do not be deceived by the look from the outside" if you want to experience the finest undiscovered wines. You will learn to "love the small and intimate feel of this winery".

Messina Hof Hill Country

Winery in Fredericksburg - 9.08 mi

Messina Hof Hill Country is also part of the Messina Hof legacy that began 40 years ago. There is a "great selection of wines". Their "dry reds are deep and flavorful with dessert wines to match along with a broad selection of unique whites and fancy wines as well". This is also a "pet-friendly venue, so your fur baby can enjoy sitting on the patio with you". You can also stay for a "few days" since there are "cabins" that are "available" and "for the RVers, this is a Harvest Host sight". "This winery is just GORGEOUS" and "it is seriously stunning" plus "their Ports are off the charts good!" Messina Hof Hill Country has been included in Kim's Lists as one of the 7 Most Scenic Wineries Across Texas. Check out the link to read more!

Mendelbaum Cellars

Winery in Fredericksburg - 9.29 mi

You must include Mendelbaum Cellars when you have a "weekend getaway in Fredericksburg" and "the wine here is TOP NOTCH!" It is "unique" because "it is Israeli" where you will be able "to taste Israeli wine". This is a "location" since it is "not just a winery because they also offer cabins for nightly rental". Its "owner is from Israel so the wine selection and olive oil selection is impeccable". Their "rotunda tasting room" is "gorgeous" and is "indoor with bars, live music, and a great atmosphere". They "offer a lot of options" and also have "Texas wines" which are "pretty good too". You also get to see "LLAMAS" on the "property".

Inwood Estate Vineyards

Winery in Fredericksburg - 9.38 mi

Inwood Estate Vineyards is a pioneer in Tempranillo growing. They are "one of the first to figure out that wine from Texas can and should be high quality". "If you are looking to taste some of the best wine in the world, you need to make this your first stop". You will have a "tasting and history lesson". Even if you are "not a fan of the Chardonnay", you will find their "Tempranillo and red blends" quite "fantastic". "If you're looking for the best dry reds" in Texas, "you'll find them" here. "The wine is top-notch" and it is a "wonderful place to enjoy fine glass of wine with friends".

4.0 Cellars

Winery in Fredericksburg - 9.38 mi

4.0 Cellars winery is a product of three Texas winemakers – Pat Brennan of Brennan Vineyards, Gene Estes of Lost Oak Winery, and Kim McPherson of McPherson Cellars, who collaborated in 2009 and eventually opened its doors on April 2012. Experience their wine and cheese party pairing that shows "individuality" with "a nice job of balancing" showcasing "highlights from the three wineries". They also "have outdoor activities such as Cornhole and Jenga" and a "nice outdoor space to listen to music" where you can "enjoy your wine, cheese, and chocolate". They managed to have "enough wine servers to offer tastings" especially when their outdoor already "gets pretty busy".

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