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Tours & Tastings
With over 80 unique wineries scattered throughout Texas Hill wine country, there’s always something new to explore. Each winery is dedicated to developing its own personality of winemaking.More
Hotels & Resorts
When visiting the Texas Hill wine country, there are plenty of options to choose your place to rest; from the high-end to the budget-level hotel chains.More
Bars & Restaurants
Texas Hill Country provides plenty of culinary delights that will please any palette.More
Transportation & Tour Companies
Leave the driving to someone else by hiring a car and driver, or hop on a wine country tour shuttle, allowing you to soak in the full Texas Hill wine country views. Ride hailing app services are available, but expect delays.More
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Texas Hill Country's seasons
Know what the best season is to visit Texas Hill Country and what to wear.
(November - January) With temperatures ranging from the mid 30's to the high 50's, winter is the slowest time of the year to visit Texas Hill Wine Country, offering you plenty of space in the tasting room.
(February - April) Temperatures during the short spring season can provide a wide ranging of temperatures, anywhere from mid 40's on up to the mid-70's.
(May through August) This is peak season as the weather is the warmest, attracting crowds to attend local festivals and enjoying the beauty the region has to offer. Temps are in the mid 80's on up to the low 100's in the peak summer months.
(September - October) is the shoulder season as temperatures begin to fall as you'll enjoy temperatures in the high 40's to the occasional low 60's.
Texas Hill Country's travel tips
Traveling to Texas Hill Country
- If you are planning your visit to Texas Hill wine country, you'll want to book your flight into San Antonio Airport (SAT) which is about 90 minutes from Fredericksburg. For the jetsetter, you can point your compass towards Gillespie County Airport (T82).
- If you are already in the local area, there's a few different transportation companies that can get you around from popular ride sharing apps. Private shuttles can be hired to get you to and from the airport and on your daily excursions.
- Unfortunately there are no public options available to travel to the region. You'll need to view the private transportation options.
About Texas Hill Country
Texas Hill Country is one of the most popular grape-growing regions in Texas, providing plenty of wineries, breweries and distilleries to visit.
In fact Texas Hill wine country was recognized as the 2nd fastest-growing wine destination in the world by Orbitz and ranked in the top 10 wine travel destinatons in the world by Wine Enthusiast.