Wine Tour

Experience the best of the Texas Hill Country. The Club at Horseshoe Bay is offering a wine tour to celebrate the end of the harvest season and the beginning of Fall.

10:25 AM | Depart Horseshoe Bay Resort
11:00 AM | Arrive at Stonehouse Vineyards
5 Tastings; choice of 1 glass of wine
Food on own (Winery offers small plates)

12:30 PM | Depart Stonehouse Vineyards
12:50PM | Arrive at Spicewood Vineyards

5 Tastings; choice of 1 glass of wine
Food on own (Winery offers small plates)

3:00 PM | Arrive at Horseshoe Bay Resort

$89 per person | Call our on site reservations team at 877-611-0112 to add this Wine Tour to your room reservation.
Due to limited availability, purchases are non-refundable.

The name Stone House Vineyard suggests permanence and durability, two qualities owners Angela and Howard Moench undoubtedly espouse in their winemaking and grape growing. The winery is constructed of massive limestone blocks—forming a veritable stone house—each weighing more than 2,000 pounds. In addition to this unique feature, there’s the fact that while Stone House is rooted in Texas, its heritage stretches all the way to Australia, the home country of founder Angela. She hails from the Barossa Valley wine country and continues to source grapes and winemaking techniques—including her winemaker—from that area in order to craft wines that blend Texas and Australian methodologies and flavors to showcase two viticultural rising stars at once. Courtesy of Stone House Vineyards.

Spicewood Vineyards, founded in 1992, is beatifully nestled in the serene surroundings of the Texas Hill Country, less than 30 minutes from Horseshoe Bay Resort.  Edward and Madeleine Manigold started Spicewood Vineyards with a goal of making the finest wines possible.  Their first Chardonnay won a silver medal in a national competition.  Then, after the Manigolds’ promising start, the Yates family took over and now continues the tradition of making fine wines that have won State, Regional, Nationa and International competitions.  The original handcrafted winery building resembles a Texas Hill Country home of the 19th century, with board and batten walls and an inviting front porch.   A new winery facility adjacent to the original building provides 5,000 square feet for a large tasting room, wine making, storage and more.  There is also a covered pavilion with an adjoining water fountain and plenty of shaded area for sipping wine, picnicking and taking in magnificent views of the vineyard and Texas Hill Country.  Courtesy Spicewood Vineyards


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