You might be surprised to learn that Texas has 19 ‘wine trails,’ or specific regions with a concentration of Texas wineries to tour. Undoubtedly, one of the most popular is the Texas Hill Country Wine Trail. This popular “trail” features over 50 wineries offering wine sampling, vineyard touring, dining and shopping. This means a weekend full of fun, flavor and relaxation for locals and visitors alike.
When people talk about visiting (or moving to) the Texas Hill Country, a region in Central Texas, they most often refer to the area’s natural wonders. Attractions include the epic water sports opportunities found at nearby lakes including Canyon Lake, Lake Dunlap, Lake McQueeney, and Lake Placid, and a boutique culinary industry. Culinary offerings include high-end wines and olive oils that can compete with other high-end producing regions.(more…)
Texas Hill Country’s wine trail is well known to foodies worldwide, but the region is also becoming known for another high-end culinary staple: premium olive oil.