"You cannot go wrong by stopping by Lucky Vines Vineyard and Winery" on this family-owned, small-town Texas vineyard and winery located in Dublin, Texas. The "tasting room is modern, light, airy, and very comfortable space with indoor and outdoor seating". They have "Veldheizen cheese boards" to pair with your wine tasting especially with the "best Voignier". Make sure to "take a day trip to Erath county and check out this new winery on highway 67!" You can taste "their estate Beginners Luck Syrah" or even the "excellent Alicante" and even the "Viognier" that is "deserving" for any "red wine drinker" but will also be loved by anyone.
Bull Lion Ranch & Vineyard is a family-owned and operated vineyard and winery have been a working ranch for over 25 years. It is located in the Chalk Mountain region, on a rocky portion of the Texas ranch land which they have chosen to emulate the vineyards of Italy. The place is "well worth the drive out to Hico". "The big rock gates are easy to find after pulling off the main road that runs to Hico". The ambiance in the tasting room "is very impressive", "very open to the beautiful ranch land that surrounds it". "The flights are a fun way to discover the different wines they have to offer".
Bluff Dale Vineyards is a "small winery" was founded in 2004 and is "rustic and inviting with a wonderful view of the vineyard". They produce award-winning wines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Sangiovese, Chardonnay, Moscato, and various blends. "Sometimes they have live music that only enhances the great wine tasting experience". To further enhance your tasting experience, "there are also small plates of varying cheese and other appetizers available to order". Their staff is "extremely friendly and knowledgeable about their wines". They also have "an adorable puppy who will play fetch with you during your tasting" which will make you experience the "most adorable wine tasting ever".
Silver Spur Winery is a boutique winery located in the heart of downtown Hico, Texas which is another "business reviving" the "cute historic area". It is a "great stop between Fort Worth and Fredericksburg". They have a "great little quaint tasting room featuring several locally grown varietals". "Fans of dry reds" will find their "featured reds to be quite good". An "excellent wine" they have is the "Tempranillo as it had a great earthy feel and the peppery ending". They also have the "Viognier" which "is very aromatic with honeysuckle notes". Their "California Chardonnay is much different than the Texas one" since "it has more cream and vanilla notes with higher acids and is blended with Marsanne and Roussanne". "Visit" and "experience new and interesting wines you can enjoy" while "you try to beat" the "Texas heat!"
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