Best Wineries In Fredericksburg Texas

This historic United States town was founded by German immigrants. And it’s home to some of the best wineries in the Lone Star State.

With more than 50 in the surrounding area, it can be hard to tell which ones are worth your time. Here are some top ones to visit.

Many of the grapes for William Chris’ wines come from the Texas High Plains. And the team believes in minimal intervention in the winery, letting the fruit speak for itself.

William Chris Vineyards

You can choose between a select tasting and a reserve tasting. Or they offer food- and wine-tasting experiences. And you can catch live music on their patio on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Lost Draw Cellars

Wines are 100% Texas-grown and made with fruit from the original 17-acre vineyard and the Texas High Plains. Plus, they use sustainable practices for both grape growing and winemaking.

Pedernales Cellars

I liked that Texas Wine Collective gives you 3 options for the signature tasting. You can do a mix of white and red, all red, or sweet wines.

Texas Wine Collective

If you want to enjoy a little “Tuscany in Texas,” head to the original location on 290. The terracotta-tiled tasting room will make you feel like you’ve stepped into an Italian village.

Grape Creek Vineyards

The Heath Sparkling tasting experience is one of the most unique in the Texas Hill Country. Small bites are paired with each sparkling wine. These are changed seasonally.

Heath Sparkling Wines

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