Texas Hill Country is the heart of Texas wine and with over a dozen wineries in the area, Dripping Springs has become the gateway to the Texas wine country. You may just now be discovering what 1 million annual visitors already know about your backyard: Texas Hill Country wineries are spectacular and fun. With so many unique and visually stunning wineries scattered throughout the Dripping Springs, Driftwood, and Wimberley area, there is something for everyone.
Each winery has its own personality, terroir, and style of winemaking, yet all share a commitment to quality, hospitality, and a fervent passion for what they do. Newcomers and longtime residents alike are invited to an award-winning wine experience only Texas Hill Country can offer.
Internationally awarded wines grown and produced here are putting our region on the map and wine aficionados around the world are impressed. Local vineyard-wineries in the area, unlike any other agricultural operation, are fueling healthy tourism contributing positive economic impact for airlines, hotels, transportation services, restaurants, shops, and the local real estate market. The vineyards around Dripping Springs create a unique vibe that pairs with the friendliness and farming roots that make the town a destination.
“October is Texas Wine Month! With nearly 500 wineries across the state, it’s easy to see how the wine industry is the fastest growing agriculture sector in the state contributing over $13B in economic impact” —Lindsay Baerwald, Texas Department of Agriculture
Texas Hill Country Wineries is proud to host four self-guided wine passport events throughout the year that allow guests to experience a world of wine at a variety of participating wineries. With the purchase of an Event Passport, guests can taste at up to four wineries per day over the course of each event, as well as receive exclusive discounts on bottle purchases. October is our favorite month because it’s Texas Wine Month where we celebrate the hard work of wineries across the Hill Country. Check out the Texas Wine Month Passport and savor all that Texas Wine Country has to offer.
- Bell Springs Winery
- Featured wine: 2019 Alicante
- Driftwood Estate Winery
- Featured wine: 2019 Alamo Red
- Duchman Family Winery
- Featured wine: 2017 Aglianico
- Fall Creek Vineyards at Tow
- Featured wine: 2021 Vintner’s Selection Roussanne
- Hawk’s Shadow Winery
- Featured wine: Select 2018 Texas Left Bank No. 1
- Limestone Terrace Vineyard
- Featured wine: 2021 Estate Rosé
- Solaro Estate
- Featured wine: Texas Tempranillo
- Wimberley Valley Winery
- Featured wine: Sweet Red Wine