Winery Wednesday Highlights in Dripping Springs

Winery Wednesday Highlights in Dripping Springs

It’s Wednesday, so you know what that means; it’s time to talk wine and Texas hill country wineries. Maybe you have a favorite winery, or maybe you like trying out new places. Whatever you like, here are three more great wineries near Dripping Springs that every wine lover should check out.


Becker Vineyards
Becker Vineyards started in 1992 and is located in Stonewall, TX. Richard and Bunny Becker originally started searching for just a hill country getaway from their home in San Antonio. However, when they saw the 46 acres of raw land, they couldn’t help but to start dreaming of their own winery. While Becker’s is one of the many great Texas hill country wineries that are served in places around Dripping Springs, it’s also been served in some of the stateliest of places such as the White House and the renowned James Beard House. Whatever your wine pallet may desire, Becker Vineyards is sure to have it.

4.0 Cellars
Located just outside of Fredericksburg, TX in the heart of the Texas hill country, sits 4.0 Cellars. This winery offers a relaxing and elegant setting to discover and enjoy their Texas wine. 4.0 Cellars pride themselves on providing the ultimate “Texas Wine Experience.” They, along with other great Texas hill country wineries, are a part of the Wine Road 290 Trail. If you want to experience not only Texas wine, but also Texas foods such as cheeses, olive oils, and decadent chocolates, then 4.0 Cellars needs to be on your list.

Alamosa Wine Cellars
This Bend, TX based winery prides themselves as being able to be found in fine wine shops and on the wine list of Texas’ best restaurant. Alamosa Wine Cellars is the only of the Texas hill country wineries to be dedicated exclusively to warm climate varietals. Accommodating to both the novice and experienced wine enthusiast, their tasting experience has a “Wine 101” tasting and even special Library selections. Alamosa Wine Cellars also offers private tours and wine tastings.

Whether you’re just now getting into wine, or you’d consider yourself an amateur sommelier, we advise going to visit these great Texas hill country wineries. They’re all a short drive from Dripping Springs and if you don’t have a favorite winery yet, you will.