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The "Arc de Texas" is a unique luxury wine tasting destination that provides an unparalleled opportunity to try world-class wine & beer while enjoying stunning, hill country views. In addition to our elegant wine bar, you can sip a glass or two on...more
We stop to check out the wine and the views on our weekend trip. They served various wines and the fat boy dip was yummy. We enjoyed the view from the top of the building. We hope to come back to stay in one of...More
I have driven past this place dozens of times and never stopped. This weekend we are in Blanco which is about a 15 minute drive so decided to make the trip. There is a tasting room on one side of the arch bases while the...More
We visited the wine tasting room as part of our stay in the Napoleon Suite as part of the Lighthouse Hill Ranch property. We truly enjoyed it! The selection of Texas wines was impressive and I quickly found some new favorites.
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The wife and I have driven by a hundred times and always wanted to stop in. We finally made the time to do it and was not disappointed. Great wine and views was what we were looking for and that's what we got.
Such a wonderful view of Texas hill country! We often go out toward Johnson City to visit various wineries. We stop at the Arc de Texas often along the way! The views are amazing and I have bee very curious about renting a room there...More
Someone at a restaurant in Fredericksburg told us about this place and said it had gorgeous views of the Hill Country on this 2,000 acre ranch. Made all the more enjoyable with a tasting of 5 wines at $14.95/person. Adam, the resident wine expert will...More
We have driven past it many times and always said we should stop. We finally did. I was pleasantly surprised. What I thought would be a road side tourist trap was an exceptionally good road side tourist trap. We met a couple at the wine...More
We stayed a weekend from Friday afternoon to Sunday morning in the Louis the XIV Suite. It is advertised as being a private suite, implying that amenities are also private. They are not. You will share the elevator, which opens directly on to your floor,...More