A founding member of the Bay Breeze Wine Trail, Frascone Winerywas opened in 2004 before getting devastated by "Hurricane Ike" in 2008 but was rebuilt and re-opened in August 2014. "They offer a free tasting and you get to choose the wines to taste. They had a great selection of reds, whites and honey meads". Visit them when you are "around Southeast Texas". This is "the best one for wine quality and friendly service", one of the "best getaway places". "If you enjoy good wine you have to come here". "The location is a way out and located in a residential type neighborhood by the bay".Try their "Oak Island Sweet White" or "Oak Island Sweet Red" or even the "Biker's Blood (semi-dry red) and Summer Solstice (honey mead)". It is "well worth driving to Anahuac!"
Clear Creek Winery has "a great low key winery and tasting room showing some good wines". The vineyard is an ideal pastoral interlude for you and your friends to relax and sip their Rio Claro wines. Even for a "short visit", you will leave "very satisfied". They are a "small place" but "with some indoor and outdoor seating" and a "nice outdoor patio that is dog-friendly". It is "very relaxing to share a bottle of wine at the outside tables". "When in Kemah, give them a try", they are located "right off of the 260 heading towards Payson or Happy Jack". You may even end up buying "a bottle of Rosé".
Yepez Vineyard is a "great place to relax, drink some wine, and listen to some music". They have "friendly helpful staff to guide you if needed". They are "just outside Baytown" and a visit to them is "worth the trip". You can "bring your own snacks" and "enjoy some wine and music". They have "a great selection available" from the "sweet chilled white and reds to the more dry varieties". There is also "a small selection of gourmet deli meat and cheese" and "they even sell Lindt chocolate bars" to pair with your wines. Check their website because "they usually have postings of any upcoming events like grape stomping!"
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