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Texas Hill Country, USA

Top 10 Best Wine Travel Destinations 2014

Wine Enthusiast

Everything really is bigger in Texas: It’s the No. 5 wine-producing state in the U.S., the Texas Hill Country AVA is the second largest in the nation and its most promising wines boast supersized flavors. But the explosion of new wineries and tasting rooms along scenic Highway 290 west of Austin hasn’t lessened Hill Country’s old-fashioned country charm. It’s still a sea of cowboy hats and pickup trucks, a place where you can sip award-winning wines in a landscape dotted with as many cacti as vines. Visitors may flock to Hill Country to sip wine, but they end up drinking in the romance of the Old West, too. —Alexis Korman

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http://www.winemag.com/February-2014/10-Best-Wine-Travel-Destinations-2014/index.php/slide/Texas-Hill-Country–USA/cparticle/4

 

 

Texas Wine Region Has Been Dubbed the “New Napa”

Ayngelina Brogan Huffington Post

“Fredericksburg, a tiny town of 12,000 in Texas Hill Country, is the epicenter of what is slowly becoming known as the New Napa in Texas, unbeknownst to the rest of the world. The reason this region is the wine community’s best kept secret is that most of the wine is consumed within state borders, leaving outsiders oblivious to what may become North America’s greatest wine region.”

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http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/ayngelina-brogan/texas-wine-region_b_7867550.html