10 Texas Wine To Try During October Wine Month

By on October 18, 2017 Texas Wine News

Messina Hof 2017

Do you feel that chill in the air? Finally, the weather in Texas is starting to feel like fall, and there’s no better place to spend an afternoon than outdoors at one of the scenic wineries in the Texas Hill Country. October, after all, is Texas Wine Month.

Although this year’s Texas Wine Month Passport has now sold out, people can still visit any of the participating wineries and enjoy some good Texas wine. These are the wines to seek out at 10 Hill Country wineries — and one of them is even for a good cause particularly near and dear to us.

Pedernales 2015 Viognier Reserve: This white wine, a specialty of Pedernales, is the fourth vintage of the Viognier Reserve. On the nose, you might notice a rich blend of honey, lemon and apricot; on the palate, you’ll likely detect almond and mild toast. READ MORE

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