We have wanted to visit the Way Out Wineries (WOW) wine trail (http://wayoutwineries.org) for quite some time. But as the name implies, they are way out there, at least compared to where we live. This weekend we are finally going to be able to visit the wineries on the wine trail.
The last time we looked there were seven wineries on the wine trail. Doing some research we were surprised and pleased they have now grown to include 11 wineries, making the WOW wine trail one of the largest in the state. A few of the wineries are part of other wine trails and we have visited them before, but we will be stopping by to see what’s new and also visit people again we have met before. We are also excited we will get the chance to meet people in person we have only met online.
This is the current list of wineries on the Way Out Wineries wine trail:
- Alamosa Wine Cellars (http://www.alamosawinecellars.com)
- Barking Rocks Vineyard and Winery (http://www.barkingrockswine.com)
- Bluff Dale Vineyards (http://bluffdalevineyards.com)
- Brennan Vineyards (http://www.brennanvineyards.com)
- Fiesta Winery (http://www.fiestawinery.com)
- Lost Oak Winery (http://www.lostoakwinery.com)
- Pillar Bluff Vineyards (http://www.pillarbluff.com)
- Rising Star Vineyards (http://www.risingstarvineyards.com)
- Wedding Oak Winery (http://weddingoakwinery.com)
San Saba Wine Cellars (http://www.sansabawinecellars.com)
- Sunset Winery (http://www.sunsetwinery.com)
- Texas Legato (http://www.texaslegato.com)
The weather should be great this weekend and we look forward to telling you about our winery visits at the Way Out Wineries in the near future.