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I believe two of the wines are made from the vines on the estate. Tasting room is small but there is a really old piano worth taking a look at. Mostly dry wines are being sampled but they are getting ready to bottle a Muscat....More
This has to be the worst tasting wine we have had in our many visits in the Texas wine country. Every wine was as bad as the next. The tasting room is a collecting of interesting items for sale, which adds a different charm than...More
We have made several wasted trips to those mega winery tourist traps out on US 290 East of
Fredericksburg. We were ready for an Old School wine tasting and were happy to find the McReynolds winery.
This is really a mom and pop operation run...More
This small family owned winery has been opened since 2000 and have been cranking out Texas wines every since. Founded by Mac and Maureen McReynolds, their winemaking beginnings actually started off in California. After visiting, learning, and working at various wineries, they purchased their own...More
You won't sample a lot of different wines here, but the hospitality is what really sets this place apart. A small intimate tasting room and you will probably hear all sorts of storytelling here. Really enjoyed the visit and the wine tasting.
Guess you have to love "uniqueness" if you want to experience this particular vineyard's small wine tasting room. It's the "most funky" one we've recently encountered along the Texas Hill Country Wine Trail, and we've toured 11 local vineyards, so far. Driving into this vineyard's...More
We happened to get there at a slow time, and were the only ones there; so we got to have a nice visit with the owners (Mac and Maureen).Mac was gatrcious enough to take us a tour of the winery, and gave us tank and...More
My fiance and I spent the day traveling the Texas Hill Country visiting wineries. Of the five places we stopped, this was the most enjoyable. The owner came out and served us samples of all their wines and drank along with us. Discussing the winery...More