Austin-American Statesmen: Urban Winery within City Limits

May 01, 2015

 If Austinites want to drink Texas wine where it’s made, they travel to the nearby Hill Country, which boasts plenty of lauded wineries that in good harvests can often use their own grapes to make the wine. Soon, with the upcoming Austin Winery, locals might not have to go far at all.

Three young entrepreneurs are opening the winery just off U.S. 290 in the northeast part of town to build up the local urban wine scene, which they’ve noticed hasn’t taken off the way craft beer and cocktails have in the past few years.

Read the full article at The Austin-American Statesmen



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