Featured Wineries at doc's cellar

Featured Winery

12 Fires

"Here at 12 Fires we believe in Texas wines and their ability to change the face of the wine industry. That is why we will always seek to make the finest 100% Texas grapes into world class wine."

100 Durango, Johnson City TX 78636

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"The first vineyard planting occured in 2016 and included Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo and Syrah. The second planting in 2017 added Mourvèdre, Albariño, Roussanne and Sangiovese."

518 County Road 1403, Lometa, TX 76853

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Green Goat

"Green Goat Winery located in Chandler, Texas has 13 different wines to choose from so you are certain to find the one (or several) that suits you."

11384 FM 279, Chandler, TX 75758

4 bottles of wine on a wood bar with a green goat logo
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"In 1999 the Davies family started growing grapes under the name Oak Creek Vineyards, the first commercial winegrape vineyard in Montague County. They are also the first generation of the family to begin a venture with a foundation in wine, a gift from God that has nourished mankind’s soul for thousands of years."

228 Wagner Road, Saint Jo, Texas 76265

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Fiesta Winery

"Fiesta Winery® is nestled deep in the heart of Texas on the Baxter Ranch along the Colorado River. The ranch has been family owned for over six generations, and is built on love, respect, and family. It is with this inspiration that Stephen Baxter decided to grow grapes on the family land."

18727 W FM 580, Lometa, TX 76853

Bottle of wine in front of green vines
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Texas Legato

"The Texas Legato vineyard was planted in 2002 and consisted of Malbec, Merlot, Petite Verdot and Petite Syrah on 2 acres. Over the next ten years, the vineyard has expanded to cover 10 acres."

2935 FM 1478, Lampasas, Texas 76550

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Blue Ostrich

"Welcome to the family owned and operated Blue Ostrich Winery & Vineyard. The acreage to the west that nurtures our Tempranillo, Viognier and Cabernet grapevines was the same hillside where hundreds of 7 foot tall ostrich roamed during the 80's and 90's."

5611 FM 2382, Saint Jo, TX 76265

wine bottle outside in front of a USA flag