Whether you want to have a "nice weekend stop" or when you're on your way to Austin, The Colorado River Winery is "worth the stop if you're in need of a pour". They have a really "neat old building and rustic tasting room" in the Tuscan style where you can relax, taste, sip, swirl and purchase wines. They have "good tasting wines using a combination of local and outsourced grapes" such as the "Seasonal Bliss red table wine", the "smokey and rich" Cabernet or even the "Tempranillo red from a Texas grape". The owner is "very nice and also knowledgeable about the various brands offered". The winery keeps things fresh and fun by introducing different types of both red and white wines made in small batches.
Rising Sun Vineyard, which is located in McDade, Texas, is a family-owned vineyard. You can buy wine here, or rent the vineyard if you are planning to hold a private event: a birthday celebration, an intimate wedding, or a small, intimate gathering of family and friends. They have sunrise whites, rose or sparkling rose, and sunset reds, ranging from sweetest to driest wine. Whatever food you are thinking of having, something here at the Rising Sun Vineyard is perfect for it. So if you have any questions or if you want to inquire about something, this family business is more than willing to respond and help you.
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.
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