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Tom Bombadil Meadery

Winery in Georgetown - 3.76 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.

Georgetown Winery

Winery in Georgetown - 6.00 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".

The Vineyard at Florence

Winery in Florence - 14.42 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.

Thirsty Mule Winery & Vineyard

Winery in Liberty Hill - 17.29 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".

Axis Winery

Winery in Salado - 19.55 mi

Opened on Valentine's Day 2019, the Axis Winery is easy to find on Main Street. "Great location and convenient to local eateries and breweries". The "beautiful little restored cabin was a perfect setting" while relaxing with a glass of wine and "dogs come to visit you while you drink wine". You can also buy a cheese and meat tray to pair with your wine. "Owners are incredibly helpful and friendly" on this "quaint" place that also "has amazing acoustics". There is also a gift shop where you can buy Axis Winery 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil, wine glasses, serving platters, and other wine accessories.

Salado Wine Seller

Winery in Salado - 19.55 mi

Salado Wine Seller is a winery owned and operated by a veteran. It offers "a lot of Texas and international wines". Their labels "feature Texas animals" and they are especially known for their unoaked chardonnay named "Night Flight". Their "wine tasting is delicious and the wine selections and merchandise are amazing". Visit "this quaint winery in Salado" and have a "great pop in for a $5 tasting". For an "additional $5", you "can take home the tasting glass". With a "real laid back experience where they want to help you enjoy and appreciate wine", this winery is "worth a visit because Salado is a beautiful fun little town".

Bent Oak Winery

Winery in Cedar Park - 20.84 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".

Water 2 Wine at Austin North Central

Winery in Austin - 23.53 mi

Water 2 Wine at Austin North Central is a "family-oriented wine bar, and new people visiting there are always treated like family". This is a branch of Water 2 Wine and is located at Austin North Central. There are "lots of planned activities at different times from music, art exhibits, dinners, and much more". They have award-winning wines which you can try before you buy. All their wines are open for sampling before buying. The wines are low-sulfite, low-histamine and without the heavy preservatives found in other wines. You can even make your own “batch” of wine with your own personalized wine label. They can help you design custom labels for your 28-29 bottles in your custom batch of wine. After 6-8 weeks, you set up an appointment to come back and bottle your wine.

KFire Winery and Vineyard

Winery in Bertram - 24.65 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".

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