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The Hill Country region north of Fredericksburg to San Saba, and west to Menard, is home of beautiful limestone hills and pristine creeks with approximately 600 acres of vineyards. A large tourist trade has made the Hill Country a popular wine region with over 70 wineries.

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The Southeast Texas (Gulf Coast) region has a high population making this area an excellent marketing potential for the over 50 wineries in the region. With over 85 acres of winegrapes, most growers are concentrating on hybrid grapes such as Blanc du Bois and Black Spanish, although several growers are having success with vinifera grapes.

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The Texas Panhandle (High Plains) region has over 1,100 acres of vineyard land. Located at 3,400 feet above sea level on flat terrain, the Texas High Plains experience long, hot, dry summers. Cool evenings make this region ideal for grape growing.

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NORTH TEXAS (DFW - Region 2)

The North Texas region has over 75 wineries and approximately 370 acres of grapes. The area has a wide variety of soil, some of which are deep, well drained sandy loam and excellent for grapes.

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WEST TEXAS (Region 4)

The West Texas region has dry climate, fertile soil and mild winters making this region beneficial for over 1,200 acres of vineyards. West Texas is home to seven Texas wineries including the oldest bonded winery, Val Verde Winery in operation since 1883.

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