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Experiences – Day Trips & weekend Getaways
Explore the many facets North Texas Wine Country has to offer.
Mix and Match these Day Trips for a Weekend Away or your own custom wine trail!
Visit our many North Texas Wineries that are each as unique as the men and women who willed them into being.
Texans have always been known to blaze their own trails and the Texas Wine Industry is no different. We have our larger-than-life personalities and a few characters too. Every winery is distinctive. Some may choose to grow local grapes, others utilize the grapes of the Texas High Plains and well beyond. The vast majority of wines are created from grapes, but some tinker with the wide array of fruits and nuts that are allowed in Texas winemaking. We have cider masters, cellar masters, creative viticulturists (growers) and brilliant vintners (winemakers). Many paths lead people to winemaking…and Texas is pioneering the next great wine country right here.
North Texas Wine Country spans 22 counties and every winery is within an afternoon’s drive from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Find the inspiration that fits your mood.
Saint Jo & Muenster Getaway
Getaway to the lush, rolling hills of the Red River Valley, taking in some of the most dramatic scenery in North Texas. St. Jo is linked in history to the greatest migration of livestock in world history, making famous the image of the American cowboy and life on the wide-open range. Muenster is known for German heritage, festivals, antiques, Bed & Breakfasts – and now Wineries – Muenster is a travel adventurers favorite. This trip features 4R Ranch, Arche` Winery and Blue Ostrich.
Up along the Red River, closer to I-35E, start with Deschain Cellars. Head East on 82 and turn North on 377 to find Fitzel Winery with food trucks and rustic accomodations. This is a great central route to join with Saint Jo/Muenster to the West or Denison/Sherman to the East.
Home of the Man Who Saved the Vineyards of Europe
Thomas Volney (TV) Munson (1843–1913), hometown hero of Denison, Texas, was instrumental in saving the wine industry. This itinerary features Hidden Hangar and Homestead Wineries in and around Denison as well as Wall Street Winery and Rio to Red Winery in Sherman. Heading South on 75? Cooley Bay Winery is one more option.
Historic McKinney Square
McKinney has one of the oldest thriving historic downtowns in Texas. The downtown commercial district offers more than 120 unique shops and over two dozen restaurants. Art galleries, furniture stores, antique, gift and home décor shops and apparel boutiques offer treasures for your shopping pleasure. You can enjoy the 4R Tasting Room, Lone Star Cellars and Landon Winery right on the Square.
Wines of Celina and 289
Celina is located straight up the Dallas Tollway and offers a lovely balance of urban wineries in its Historic Downtown area as well as destination wineries as well. Venture out to Eden Hill Winery and Vineyard then head to downtown to enjoy Carmela Winery and Valley Vines Tasting Room.
North of the City and South of the Red River
Start with Caudalie Crest Winery and Vineyard and head North to Cooley Bay Winery on the way to Denison-Sherman – or – start with Cooley Bay, head to Caudalie Crest and then head West into Celina.
Lake Ray Roberts
Two beautiful wineries are located around Lake Ray Roberts. Spend the day enjoying the scenery and the wines to taste at Firelight Winery & Vineyards and Edge of the Lake Vineyards. On your way back to the City, stop in a Larue Winery at 121 & I-35E.
Many Sites of Landon Winery
Landon Wineries has built its wineries and its brand over the past 20 years. Landon now has five wineries across the Metroplex and each has its own distinct personality while presenting consistency in quality. From West to East: Landon Grapevine, Landon at The Sound, Landon McKinney, Landon Wylie and Landon Greenville.
Scenic Fortunata Winery is near 377 & 380. Enjoy the beautiful winery grounds and tasty wines. You’ll see why people come here for weddings and events! Heading down I-35E back into the City, stop in at urban Larue Winery. Another option is to connect to the Celina route.
Looking for a leisurely drive out of the city? Our wineries to the west offer beautiful sunsets, wild horses and gorgeous landscape – not to mention memorable wines and ciders. TF Vineyards, OG Cellars and Marker Cellars are waiting to greet you!
Grapevine & Beyond
Heading to the Mid-Cities? Start in Grapevine with Landon Winery and Bingham Winery – two names in Texas wines as big as the state. Next, head West on Southlake Boulevard to Two Brothers Winery or South on 121 to Silver Dollar Winery. Or…head East to Landon @ The Sound.
North and East of Lake Ray Hubbard
Start with an urban winery at Landon Wylie, then head out to VineCrafters – a Texas boutique winery – before continuing on to Rosini Vineyards for an Italian Villa and patio with water features.
South of the DFW Metroplex
For wine South of Dallas, you have more choices than ever! Starting East to West, sample wine at Sugar Ridge in Ennis, Cork House Winery in Waxahachie, Casaro Winery in Ovilla and Saviana Winery in Cedar Hill.
South of Fort Worth
Start your day at Lost Oak Winery in Burleson. Enjoy the wine, the patio, the vineyards, the walking/biking trails… Headed North? Stop along 121 and connect to the Grapevine & Beyond route. Heading East? Connect to our South of the DFW Metroplex route.