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5 Ways to Celebrate the Grape Harvest in Fredericksburg

5 Ways to Celebrate the Grape Harvest in Fredericksburg

Amazone Wine expands services to Texas--includes Becker Vineyards and Messina Hof, San Antonio Business Journal, April 11, 2013

Amazon Wine expands services to Texas

Amazone Wine expands services to Texas--includes Becker Vineyards and Messina Hof, San Antonio Business Journal, April 11, 2013

Brick's River Cafe - Full Service Restaurant & Catering in Bandera, Texas

Brick's River Cafe - Full Service Restaurant & Catering in Bandera, Texas

Son's-Island- New Braunfels, TX

Son's-Island- New Braunfels, TX

Texas Hill Country Wine Wines Winery and Vineyards in the Texas Hill Country Viticultural Area

Texas Hill Country Wine Wines Winery and Vineyards in the Texas Hill Country Viticultural Area

Discover a taste of Tuscany in the Texas Hill Country, Examiner.com, October 30, 2012

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Discover a taste of Tuscany in the Texas Hill Country, Examiner.com, October 30, 2012

Activities to Work off Thanksgiving Calories--blog post on the Fredericksburg Convention and Visitor Bureau website.

Activities to Work off Thanksgiving Calories--blog post on the Fredericksburg Convention and Visitor Bureau website.

DRIFTWOOD, Texas - Cowboys, barbecue, and LBJ may rule Texas Hill Country, but some newcomers are making waves in this central region of the Lone Star State: winemakers.Grapes have grown on the banks of rivers here for thousands of years, yet Texas Hill Country has only recently begun to rediscover its viticulture roots. It is the nation’s second fastest-growing wine destination (behind Napa Valley), covering 15,000 square miles across 22 counties.

Texas Hill Country discovers its viticulture roots

DRIFTWOOD, Texas - Cowboys, barbecue, and LBJ may rule Texas Hill Country, but some newcomers are making waves in this central region of the Lone Star State: winemakers.Grapes have grown on the banks of rivers here for thousands of years, yet Texas Hill Country has only recently begun to rediscover its viticulture roots. It is the nation’s second fastest-growing wine destination (behind Napa Valley), covering 15,000 square miles across 22 counties.

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