Texas Hill Country

The Texas Hill Country is a portion of large plateau in Central and West Central Texas that has been eroded by numerous spring-fed streams and other geological forces to create an area of rocky hills and fertile valleys. It is Texas’ most geologically and climatically diverse region, with countless soil varieties providing ideal microclimates for growing the finest grapes.

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