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5 Reasons Why Winter Is the Best Time to Take a Wine Tour

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Since summer is a popular time for travel and thus, people flock to the Texas Hill Country’s wineries and vineyards, you might find far fewer crowds at Texas wineries in the winter. At Heart of Texas Wine Tours, they can cater to your personal wine preferences and give you the tour that you want and accommodate everything from couples to larger groups.

4. Not Just Wine at Heart of Texas Wine Tours

not just wine

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Not a wine drinker? Not a problem! The Texas Hill Country is teeming with distilleries and breweries, too. Contact Heart of Texas Wine Tours about touring Garrison Brothers Bourbon Distillery, Deep Eddy Vodka, Save the World Brewing, and many more. Other popular stops are Albert Ice House and, of course, historic Luckenbach.

5. Affordable Accommodations

affordable accommodations

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Since winter is usually considered low season for hotels, inns, and bed and breakfasts in the Hill Country, you’re sure to find affordable lodging options so that you can make a whole weekend out of your time here. In fact, for larger wine tour groups, consider a stay at the Heart of Texas Ranch, located in Marble Falls. The Heart of Texas Ranch offers two separate guest houses, which can accommodate up to 30 people. Boasting a 6,000 square foot deck that makes for a perfect place to do some yoga or host an event, the Heart of Texas Ranch can make your winter wine tour trip to the Hill Country cozy and quaint.  

To learn more about Heart of Texas Wine Tours or the Heart of Texas Ranch, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

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