Texas Wine Industry Portal
Listed below are links to other websites containing valuable information concerning the Texas Wine Industry. Each link will open in a new window.
WineAmerica released a nationwide US Economic Impact for the wine and grape industry on September 27, 2017. Working collaboratively with John Dunham & Associates of New York, this study assesses the impact in each state and a total report of the U.S.
The final report assesses the total 2017 US Economic Impact at $219.9B and Texas at $13.1B. This economic impact study is conducted every two years. The national report and state breakdown can be downloaded on the WineAmerica website.
Education & Research
- Texas Enology Network
- Texas Wine Grape Network
- Texas Wine Marketing Institute
- Pierce’s Disease Research & Education
- Pierce’s Disease Management Guide
- Texas Sommelier Conference
Rural Economic Development
- Bay Breeze Wine Trail
- Cross Timbers Wine Trail
- Dallas Town and Country Wine Trail
- Driftwood Wine Trail
- Dripping Wine Trail
- Grapevine Wine Trail
- Guadalupe Valley Wine Country
- Piney Woods Wine Trail
- Red River Wine Trail
- Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail
- Texas High Plains Wine and Vine Trail
- Texas Hill Country Wineries
- Texas Independence Wine Trail
- Thirsty Oaks Wine Trail
- Top of the Hill Country Wine Trail
- Way Out Wineries Wine Trail (WOW)
- Wine Road 290
Wine Marketing Groups
- Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (Federal)
- Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission (State)
- Federal Label Approval
- Texas Department of Transportation (TxDot)
- Texas Department of Health
- Tourist Oriented Directional Signage
- Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA)
- Uncork Texas Wines (TDA)
Compliance & Regulation
Viticulture / Enology
The Texas Winegrape Network is a comprehensive Internet resource providing research-based information and communication services for commercial grape producers.
The network comprises the primary informational website and the largest international list serve devoted to commercial viticulture, the Viticulture Discussion List.
Two special topic websites are also part of the network: the Texas Pierce’s Disease Program website and the SERA-IEG-14 website.
Listserves and Social Media
The Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association (TWGGA) does not host any ListServ sources or Social Media pages except those actually using the Association name. Many sources are avialable for asking questions and marketing opportunities offered by industry individuals and friends of the industry. The information exchanged between individuals or groups may not reflect the official position of the TWGGA Board of Directors. Participants are encouraged to verify all sources of information shared on these sites and are warned not to engage in any discussions which may be construed to reflect practices that are exclusionary or of collusion in nature.