The Piney Woods Wine Trail stretches across East Texas. It is best traveled slowly, in stages. Meander from one Texas Winery to the next, tasting, touring, and appreciating the beauty of the land. Break up your days with long lunches. Spend each night at a different East Texas Bed and Breakfast.
Sounds like a pretty nice vacation, doesn’t it?
Given the vast area it covers, the Piney Woods Wine Trail has been divided into four Wine Roads: the North East Wine Road, Central Wine Road, South West Wine Road, and North West Wine Road. Read on to learn a bit more about each.
North East Wine Road. 88 miles.
- Enoch’s Stomp Winery, Harleton
- Red Road Winery, Naples.
- St. Rose Vineyards & Winery, Pittsburg.
- Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards, Pittsburg.
Central Wine Road. 31 miles.
- Historic KE Cellars, Tyler.
- Kierpersol Estates Vineyards, Tyler.
- KE Bushman’s Winery & Celebration Center, Bullard.
- Dixie Wine Company, Mt. Selman.
South West Wine Road. 97 miles.
- Maydelle Country Winery, Rusk.
- Texas Vineyard & Smokehaus, Palestine.
- Sweet Dreams Winery, Palestine.
- Tara Vineyard & Winery, Palestine.
North West Wine Road. 95 miles.
- Fairhaven Vineyards, Hawkins.
- Red 55 Winery, Lindale.
- Texas Roads Winery, Canton.
- Savannah Winery & Bistro, Canton.
- Crump Valley Vineyards, Sulphur Springs.
You could visit each East Texas Wine Road in one day, but wouldn’t it be more fun to linger over each taste, and really learn about what each winery is all about? Take your time. Treat yourself to several nights in an East Texas Bed and Breakfast.
By the end of a thorough exploration of the Piney Woods Wine Trail, you’re sure to have found a favorite new wine.
Additional information may be found at Piney Woods Wine Trail.