Austin Way: 6 Great Wine Tastings within Austin

May 01, 2015

Austin’s only urban winery does not have vineyards of their own, but rather sources grapes from family-owned vintners and growers based on the particular characteristics they’re seeking. They use some Texas grapes, but most come from California and Oregon, which they find provide more consistent and diverse flavors. Tastings ($15) are by appointment only during the week to allow for a more relaxed, intimate experience, and are open to the public on Saturdays.



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