A lovely way to spend a Sunday. My two daughters and I visited two wineries. The first is named Spicewood. I’ll show you the second next week.
Here is a blurb from the website.
Since 1992 Spicewood Vineyards has been producing distinguished Texas Hill Country wines that are known for their timeless appeal and exceptional character. Beautifully nestled in the serene surroundings of the Texas Hill Country among 32 acres of vines, our family winery draws on both our Texas roots and our Spanish inspiration.
A shot of a metal cluster of grapes and the vineyard.
Six massive live oaks growing together with the vineyard in the background.
Front patio entrance
Barrel stave chair
The tasting room bar.
Some meat and cheese. I like the sign. Be careful with water.
You know you are in Texas.
More of the tasting room. That is a slab of granite on top of those barrels.
Lovely little stream outside the tasting room.
This is an event center that can be rented.
We sat on the patio of the activity center and shared a bottle of wine.
This is the entrance gate to the folks who used to own Spicewood winery. They sold it in 2007.
Next week, Gaucho Vineyards