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Water 2 Wine at Austin North Central

Winery in Austin - 2.88 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.

Texas Sake Company

Winery in Austin - 4.66 mi

Texas Sake Company has a "very relaxed setting with plenty of different sakes to pick from". They make sake "the old-fashioned way, and the sake they make is fruity and smooth". Their "sample flight came with four different types of sake - Junmai, Nigori, Nama, and Oak". The staff is "friendly and informative". Visiting them is "definitely a unique experience in Texas and worth the adventure". It is a "small venue, but great staff and products" and "each Sake have a great taste, and the options are diverse". They also have "a front outside area with a few games to play and misters to keep cool".

CL Butaud

Winery in Austin - 5.10 mi

C.L. Butaud (pronounced C.L. ′byü tō) is a winery that features 100% Texas grapes. Their C.L. Butaud Tempranillo is an "excellent" example of their wines. You will notice that it does not have a "fruit bomb" taste but "your mouth is filled with delicious fruit". Once you taste it, you will notice that it "has a perfumed nose of black cherry, herb, green pepper". They also have other wines which you can enjoy especially if you are a wine club member. Their C.L. Butaud Rosé has soft aromas of blossom, red berry, and butterscotch. They make a few hundred cases of wine yearly and their wines are sold primarily to members of their mailing list.

Infinite Monkey Theorem

Winery in Austin - 9.20 mi

Infinite Monkey Theorem is Famously "known for the canned wine". They have presented wines in a "unique" way. They are located in a large space in an 11,000-square-foot warehouse at 702 Shady Lane. There are "great local artist murals throughout the space". For those with dogs, "space is comfortable and dogs are allowed inside". You will also "get the best bang for your buck on the wine tasting tour". "Their rose slushees are popular". The "Frozé" is "super yummy", very "refreshing", and a "great treat to cure the summer heat". They also have bottled wines such as the "Blind Watchmaker White" and the "Sauvignon Blanc" is "on point". A "must-try place in Austin".

Bent Oak Winery

Winery in Cedar Park - 9.25 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

Winery in Austin - 11.68 mi

This is another branch of the Water 2 Wine winery and this one is located in South Austin, Texas. They have a "cute tasting room with tons of puzzles and activities, plus adorable furnishings". The "wine is good and the cheese platter is huge". Visit and enjoy "tasting some delicious wines" since "all their wines are made on-site with grapes from various vineyards". They "also provide services as your own personal vintner and label maker, where you can taste, create, and label your own wine" which is "a unique experience". Their "menu" is "huge and the options would suit almost every taste".

The Austin Winery

Winery in Austin - 12.37 mi

The Austin Winery is Austin's first full production urban winery founded in 2014. You will be "pleasantly surprised by how good the wines" are when you visit aside from the "wonderful atmosphere" you can experience. It's a "great venue for a casual glass with friends or any of the regular events". Visit to enjoy and be "glad" for the "industrial, laid-back, casual atmosphere serving thoughtful wines made from (mostly) Texas grapes". You will "love it all" including the "star service" and the "non-judgmental space". They offer "a good selection of whites, rose's and reds, so fret not friends. All is provided". You can also "have some light bites like cheeses and charcuteries" which you can have "if you're hungry". Aside from the "wine and cheese", you can also see "water jugs placed throughout (for both humans, and pups)" as well as "merchandise for sale". The "staff is friendly and the location is dog-friendly" and you will feel that you are "getting" your "money's worth".

Austin Custom Winery

Winery in Sunset Valley - 12.75 mi

Austin Custom Winery is one of the first micro wineries located in Austin in the city of Sunset Valley. A "friendly local place that makes their wine onsite". Their wines do not have preservatives and lie sulfites which is "the major cause of wine intolerance". "You can customize your label" and they can help you design a custom label for any of their different kinds of wine they make at their winery. This is "great for small business and corporate gifts" and "is such a wonderful and fun way to make your gift special". They have wines by the glass, bottle or case if you need a place to try various wines and enjoy different events.

Georgetown Winery

Winery in Georgetown - 17.33 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".

Elgin Meadery

Winery in Elgin - 19.86 mi

Elgin Meadery is a family-owned and operated micro-meadery in Elgin Texas and visiting them is by private appointment only. They specialize in using both local Texas honey and varietal honey to make unique handcrafted meads via simple methods inspired by medieval and romantic traditions. You will find it "delightful" to drink their meads such as the "black current mead" which has an "extreme flavor". This only shows how "they truly care about their craft". They make meads "with wonderful flavors that you can't get enough of". You can buy meads online at their website. You can also find their meads at the Texas Farmer's Market in Mueller and in Lakeline.

El Gaucho Winery Argentine Wines

Winery in Spicewood - 20.66 mi

"El Gaucho Winery Argentine Wines is A small winery that naturally focuses on red wines", specifically, "Argentinian wines". This winery is located only "10 minutes from Lakeway and Bee Cave" and they have "a beautiful facility and tasting room at the top of a hill in Spicewood".  They are "VERY kid-friendly". Children can roam and play in a playground with teepees and rock gardens. Enjoy "sipping wine" inside their "cozy and swanky" tasting room "with beautiful wooden tables and Argentinian décor". They also have a "big meat variety plate, with all types of grilled Argentine meats" to pair with the wines. Finding an "Argentinian wine in small-town Texas is certainly a treat".

Flat Creek Estate

Winery in Marble Falls - 21.54 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".

Stone House Vineyard

Winery in Spicewood - 21.86 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".

Tom Bombadil Meadery

Winery in Georgetown - 22.16 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.

Barton Spring Winery

Winery in Dripping Springs - 23.16 mi

Barton Spring Winery is located in the Texas Hill Country on a historic family estate above the waters that give life to Barton Springs. Their wines can be purchased at Solaro Estate Winery although "Barton Springs winery is different than Solaro winery". "The winemaking is a collaboration from a team of young winemakers" and "some of the team are also part Solaro". Their mission is to stay true to their commitment to sustainability and preservation of flavors through the natural process. Enjoy "great afternoon at Barton Springs Winery" while listening to "excellent music" and drinking their best wines such as Tempranillo.

Solaro Estate Winery

Winery in Dripping Springs - 23.24 mi

Visit Solaro Estate Winery and you will observe "the trip out from Austin is definitely worth the time". They are "a short drive from south Austin, so it’s a great Sunday Funday afternoon trip when the weather is nice out". You will enjoy especially "if you appreciate knowing more about what you are drinking and why specific grapes do well in this part of Texas" which is "quite informative". This is a "gorgeous winery with delicious dry wine selection". You may end having your "favorites" such as the "Prosecco and Pinot Noir". With "beautiful grounds and knowledgeable staff", you can also enjoy walking in "the vineyard for some fun pictures with the vines and the friendly neighboring horses".

Thirsty Mule Winery & Vineyard

Winery in Liberty Hill - 23.51 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".

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