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Let's Talk about Texas Grapes & Texas Wine as we travel around the Cross Timbers Wine Trail!
The Cross Timbers Eco-Region is shaded in dark yellow on the Texas Map
and the wineries are noted by red pins at each of their locations.
Ever wished you could find one place that will assist you in making all of your weekend plans for touring the North Central Texas wine country? You’re in luck! Cross Timbers Wine Trail has a broad spectrum of wineries and tasting rooms in its membership. The Cross Timbers Wine Trail Eco-Region spans from the Red River south to Hamilton County, and from Grapevine west to Abilene. The trail is broken into three regions; Northern, Central and Southern. All of us are within a very short distance of the DFW metroplex.
Our wine trail is one of the most relaxing trails in the state, with wineries and vineyards set throughout the Texas countryside, with a few wineries located in the towns of Grapevine and Granbury, where they sponsor several festivals each year. If you are looking to get away for the weekend to soak up some good ole country scenery and fine wine, our trail is the place to be. Many wineries have events at their locations during weekends throughout the year, and we suggest you keep up with Cross Timbers Wine Trail as well as the wineries’ social media to find out what’s going on across the trail. We, as an association and as individual winery owners, sponsor events like festivals, wine competitions, and live entertainment, as well as new wine releases. Most wineries have a wine club offering that will give you the opportunity to taste an assortment from your chosen winery.
Check out our events page within this website. Peruse the winery listings and connect with them personally with the links to their websites and social media. Also, pick up a printed copy or click on the digital link, and read through our magazine – an annual travel guide of Cross Timbers Wine Trail!
A.C. “Chuck” Tordiglione,
Owner, Bull Lion Ranch & Vineyards
President, Cross Timbers Wine Trail Association