Circle S Vineyards in Sugar Land, near Houston is an award winning Texas Winery. It scored 26 medals—eight of them were the gold variety—in 2003. One of the gold’s went to its trademark Jalapeno wine
True to Texan stereotypes, the winery covers a vast 360 acres in Burton, Texas. The wines include sweet reds, crisp whites, and an estate grown Blanc du Bois that came on the scene in October of 2010.
La Diosa Cellars opened in 2004 in Lubbock, Texas, and offers a signature Sangria along with several house blends made from grapes grown in the High Plains Appellation vineyards. The labels are works of art.
The Val Verde Winery has been running since 1883 by generations of the same family. It’s located in Del Rio, Texas, and offers a Tawny Port that promises aromas of toffee and coffee with a “sweet long finish.”
Not all Texas wineries are big. The Barking Rocks Winery in Granbury specializes in small, handcrafted wines—some very unique, like their Fragaria wine that features Texas strawberries. At $15.00 a bottle, it’s worth a try.
Transforming a horse ranch into a vineyard takes vision, but that’s exactly how Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard & Winery came into being. By 2010, this award-winner had amassed 57 medals, including one Double Gold.
One of the grand stars, Becker Vineyards, produced wine tasted by guests at the White House. No stranger to accolades, it has acquired silver and bronze medals in national competition for several years.
Dry Comal Creek Vineyards offers trademarked Texas Style Wines, and their list of honors is significantly heavy with award-winners dating back to 2000, in both local and International wine competitions.
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