Brushy Creek Vineyards and Winery is a "great local vineyard and winery" that is located between Decatur and Bowie. They have a "rustic location" so you can truly "enjoy Texas wines the way they should be in the Texas sunshine with a few rustic surroundings". This is "a must-visit and a short drive from the DFW metroplex". They are also a "pet-friendly place" with a "very quaint tasting room and deck area to sit and enjoy looking over the vineyards as you sip a glass of your favorite". They have a "wide selection of reds and whites" such as "the exotic Rkatsiteli" and "the easy-drinking Sangiovese". Be "in love with the Trebianno white wine" that "has a nice crispness with a little citrus undertone". Their award-winning Texas wines are not generally available in retail stores.
OG Cellars is located "a little over an hour from DFW airport". They found in the rolling hills of Northwest Wise County, Texas. The wine they offer "is amazing and not overly priced". It is a "very pretty and relaxing place" and "the sunset views are out of this world!" This is "such a great place to unwind and spend with friends.". This is "a perfect blend of class and North Texas" fun. You will be "looking forward" to your "next visit". "Whether it is listening to music, eating from one of the food trucks, spending time with friends, or letting the kids enjoy the outdoors" this "is the place to be".
Marker Cellars Family Winery is located a short nine miles North of Decatur and 3.5 miles from downtown Alvord, on CR 2585. "The grounds are beautiful and pet-friendly". They have been in the business of winemaking since 2000 and opened the tasting room in November 2012. The place is also "kid-friendly" and there is even "a selection of candies" for kids to enjoy "their time without being treated as ancillary nuisances". You will also find a "gender-neutral restroom" on this " very nice and very accommodating" place. They are "so friendly" and will "make you feel like you're one of the family". They are open on Thursday through Sunday from 12 pm to 6 pm.
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