The Texas Wine Trolley Tour You’ll Absolutely Love

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The Texas Wine Trolley Tour You’ll Absolutely Love

The 290 Wine Shuttle in Fredericksburg takes you to some of the best wineries on the highway where you can participate in tastings, meet the winemakers, and enjoy life’s simple pleasures by sipping your vino with breathtaking views of the Texas Hill Country.

The shuttles pick up and drop off at each winery every 15 minutes, so you can visit as many as you'd like and return to the city at any time.

1. Mendelbaum Cellars

Mendelbaum Cellars Texas


First up is Mendelbaum Cellars, a rustic winery offering tastings of fine Israeli wines as well as wines harvested from the Texas High Plains and Texas Panhandle.

2. Inwood Estates Winery and Bistro

Inwood Estates Winery and Bistro Texas

Inwood Estates Winery and Bistro Texas


Dan Gatlin of Inwood Estates has been making his own wine from the best Texas grapes for over 37 years. Plus, the grounds are absolutely breathtaking.

3. Grape Creek Vineyards

Grape Creek Vineyards Texas


The couple behind Torre di Pietra is as passionate as can be about their craft, and it definitely shows. They produce wine from ten different varieties of Texas grapes and use old family harvesting traditions from as early as the 1800s. The vineyard is beautiful and live music is often offered on the patios outside to accompany your view in the best way possible.

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5. Becker Vineyards

Fat Ass Ranch and Winery Texas

4.0 Cellars Texas

Messina Hof Winery and Resort Texas

Fiesta Winery Texas

Wedding Oak Winery Texas

Six Shooter Cellars Texas

Armadillo's Leap Winery Texas

Barons Creek Vineyards Texas

Finally, Barons Creek is a royal-esque vineyard and estate offering villas for overnight guests as well as wine tastings, spacious patios to sip in silence and relaxation, and even a wine club. You'll feel like a queen or king during your time here, that's for sure.

The shuttle picks up at 302 E Austin St, Fredericksburg, TX 78624 on Saturdays from 10am-6pm and Sundays from 11am-5pm. More information on pricing and additional details can be found on their website.

Have you ever ridden on the 290 Wine Shuttle? Are there any other wine tours in Texas that you’d recommend?

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