Texas AVA

Texas High Plains

Located at the base of the panhandle, the expansive Texas High Plains produce the majority of Texas fruit used in winemaking.

Established
1993
Climate
Dry, continental, diverse
Elevation
3,000-4,000ft
Soil types
Sandy & clay loam. Deep limestone deposits
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Barbera Reserve 2018
Barbera Reserve 2018

Texas Heritage Vineyard
Texas High Plains
$36

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Roussanne 2019
Roussanne 2019

Tatum Cellars
Texas High Plains
$32

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Reserve Cinsault Rosé 2021
Reserve Cinsault Rosé 2021

Lavaca Bluffs
Texas High Plains
$34

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Estoy Aqui 2019
Estoy Aqui 2019

Cellar Rat
Texas High Plains
$38

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Pordosol NV
Pordosol NV

Adega Vinho
Texas High Plains
$38

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Malbec-Merlot 2017
Malbec-Merlot 2017

Kuhlman Cellars
Texas High Plains
$32

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Doo-Zwa-Zō 2021
Doo-Zwa-Zō 2021

Hilmy Cellars
Texas High Plains
$32

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Sparking White 2021
Sparking White 2021

Hilmy Cellars
Texas High Plains
$40

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Tempranillo Reserve 2018
Tempranillo Reserve 2018

Adega Vinho
Texas High Plains
$50

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Adelphos Cellars

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Bingham Family Vineyards

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Bolen Vineyards Winery

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Buena Suerte Cellars

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Burklee Hill at Levelland

Texas High Plains
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Caldwell Family Wines

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Cascabel Ranch Winery

Texas High Plains
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English Newsom Cellars

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Farmhouse Vineyards

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Four I's Winery

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Joshua Farm

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Llano Estacado Winery

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McPherson Cellars

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Narra Vineyard

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Nester Winery

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Oswald Vineyard

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Pheasant Ridge Winery

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Reddy Vineyards

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Sandfighter Wines

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Texas Wine Company

Texas High Plains
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Veesart Vineyards

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Williams Ranch Vineyard

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Y Knot Vineyard

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Yellow House Cellars

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Yes We Can Wines

Texas High Plains
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Texas Wine Regions

Bell Mountain

The first Texas AVA created entirely within the state, Bell Mountain is in Gillespie County and concentrates on bordeaux varietals.

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Escondido Valley

A small producing AVA with few vines, Escondido Valley is nevertheless a distinct region with limestone bedrock and calcium-rich soils.

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Fredericksburg

The Fredericksburg AVA is a subset of the Texas Hill Country AVA, where perhaps the most well-known Texas wines call home. Wine production, culture, and tourism is strong here.

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Mesilla Valley

Mostly located within New Mexico, Texas still hosts a tiny footprint of the Mesilla Valley AVA. It was the first AVA within Texas.

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Texas Davis Mountains

The Texas Davis Mountains AVA has both the fewest vines and the highest elevation of all Texas AVAs.

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Texas High Plains

Located at the base of the panhandle, the expansive Texas High Plains produce the majority of Texas fruit used in winemaking.

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Texas Hill Country

The most well-known of Texas AVAs, the Texas Hill Country is the largest AVA in Texas and one of the largest in the states. The varied geography allows for many varietals.

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Texoma

The most recently recognized Texas AVA, Texoma's impact to wine history is significant. Fabled viticulturist TV Munson called this area both a "grape paradise" and home.

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Gulf Coast

While not an official AVA, Texas' Gulf Coast hosts a few rugged wineries that both grow grapes in the area and turn them into wine.

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