Spicewood Wine Trail

This Wine Trail has limited local wineries to choose from and is located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.

Please Note:

Due to the extended distance between wineries in this area, tasting tours to the Spicewood trail include visits to TWO wineries on a Half day and THREE wineries on a Full day.

Tasting fees on the Dripping Springs Trail, range between $20 to $25+

Stone House Vineyard

The name Stone House Vineyard suggests permanence and durability, two qualities owners Angela and the late Howard Moench espouse in their winemaking and grape growing. The winery is constructed of massive limestone blocks, forming a veritable Stone House, with each block weighing more than 2,000 pounds.

Spicewood Vineyards

Spicewood Vineyards owner and president, Ron Yates, has been at the helm of the winery since the family acquired it in 2007. He oversees day-to-day operations, vineyard management, and works closely with the winemaker.Ron has wine running in his veins. He was raised in Kingsland, Texas just down the road from Fall Creek Vineyards in Tow, Texas, which is owned by his cousins, Ed and Susan Auler. Growing up in close proximity to pioneers of the Texas wine industry made him keenly aware that premium wine can be made in Texas.

El Gaucho Winery

Introducing the El Gaucho Winery offering a taste of Argentina in the Texas Hill Country. Taste Fine Argentine wines perched atop a hill in beautiful Spicewood, Texas.  Whether you’re looking for a traditional relaxed wine tasting experience with friends, a romantic tasting for two, or just a new experience for your palette, this is where it happens.

Choose the Perfect tour for you!