Caliterra in Dripping Springs is the Gateway to the Texas Hill Country. If you’re not familiar with any of the Texas Hill Country wineries, many of them are on par with the vineyards and wineries in California. Here are just a few wineries near Dripping Springs.
Dry Comal Creek Vineyards
Featuring Texas-styled wine, this New Braunfels winery first started in 1992. Even with their entire vineyard flooding in 1998 and 2002, Franklin and Bonnie Houser were determined to keep producing great wine. Now, it’s the only winery to offer wine that’s made entirely from a native Texas grape. So, if you’re looking for a true, Texas-style wine that embodies the Texas Hill Country, then Dry Comal Creek Vineyards is for you.
Grape Creek Vineyards
Resting in the Fredericksburg Hill Country, this winery has a rich legacy. The entire property is lush with cool breezes and beautiful sunshine year-round. Started over 30 years ago, visitors can enjoy ‘Tuscany in Texas’ in their Tuscan Villa tasting rooms. Visit Grape Creek Vineyards and enjoy a unique, old world experience with exceptional wine.
Fall Creek Vineyards
Of all the Texas Hill Country wineries, Fall Creek Vineyards is one of the oldest – opening their doors in 1975. Growing a Texas tradition, they are constantly at the forefront of the wine industry. They’ve received multiple awards and accolades for their wine. The winery has an excellent microclimate thanks to the sandy loam soil, warm days and cool breezes off Lake Buchanan in Tow, Texas. Stop by Fall Creek Vineyards and see how they’ve been making award-winning wine for over 40 years.
These are just a few of the many amazing Texas Hill Country wineries. Caliterra in Dripping Springs rests in the beautiful Hill Country, so residents will have easy access to all of these great wineries. For more wineries near Dripping Springs, visit our website and see what Caliterra living is all about.