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3 Top Texas Wineries You Can Spend the Night At

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Each year, many people travel to Texas wineries for tours and tastings, spending time with either family or friends over a nice bottle of wine. Yet, very few are aware that there are Texas vineyards and wineries which allow you to spend the night. If you’re looking for additional time to relax, having a winery visit turn into an overnight stay can be just the ticket for taking in local color or spending time at the activities your love. Here are three top Texas wineries you can spend the night at.

1. Kiepersol Estate Vineyard and Winery

3 Top Texas Wineries You Can Spend the Night At

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Located just outside of Tyler, Texas, is situated just past a housing subdivision out in the countryside. All 63 acres of this estate and winery are worth the drive 15 miles from downtown Tyler, where you’ll find the time to walk the property, sample some product from their porch, or learn more about their award-winning establishment – having the honor of the highest medal average at the 2017 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition. There are various cured meats and a variety of cheeses available at the winery, and daily tours and tastings are held for visitors to enjoy a modest sampling of wines. Their Bed and Breakfast is situated in the same building as their restaurant and rooms presently range from $180 to $255. A comfortable stay, a hearty breakfast, and all the Tyler area attractions (including a distillery next door and some world-renowned local barbecue) await you at Kiepersol Estate Vineyard and Winery.

2. Rancho Loma Vineyards

3 Top Texas Wineries You Can Spend the Night At

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A boutique-style bed and breakfast featuring fine dining on a 300-acre ranch is the wine lover’s paradise that exists at Rancho Loma Vineyards. In 2016, its owners planted Rhone grapes on their ranch and opened the winery approximately 11 miles away in Coleman. Their product took home a gold and two silvers at the 2017 TexSom International Wine Competition, and their RLV III Still White, Reddy Vineyards, 2016, also laid claim to the “Judge’s Selection” award. Weekly events are held at the winery, including wine classes, tours, live music, and monthly winemaker dinners. Their tasting room features seasonal small-plate menus, and directly across the street is Rancho Pizzeria, which is also owned by the winery. It boasts a wood-fired oven that not only does pizza to perfection, but also does wonders for steak dinners which are hosted monthly. Their ranch/bed and breakfast has a BYOB restaurant, with delicious food fare, and you’ll also want to visit their pool and patio areas during your stay. Their five rooms presently range from $190 to $240 and have minimalist ranch décor paired with luxuriously soft Italian bedding. For more details or booking information, please visit their website link provided here.

3. Fall Creek Vineyards

3 Top Texas Wineries You Can Spend the Night At
Photo: Instagram/@fallcreekvineyards

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