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Texas Romantic Getaway: Wildflower and Wine Trail

March 21st, 2013 by Michael Schneider

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Spring has sprung on us early this year and we’re ready! Wildflowers, the warmth of the sun’s rays and of course the Wildflower and Wine Trail are a welcoming postlude to the brown chilly winter.  What better way to reconnect with your partner then a Texas romantic getaway and romantic winery tour? Get out and take a trip to as many as 32 participating wineries during this picturesque season. From April 5-14, 2013 take in the beauty of the Hill Country and taste the award winning wines from your Hill Country Wineries on the Wine and Wildflower Trail.

The Wine and Wildflower Trail will again be a full 10 days long, with 32 participating wineries and the same affordable price. This self-guided trail is a great way to explore the Hill Country during the most beautiful time of year.

Texas Wildflowers [saturated]

Plan the perfect romantic getaway at the Blair House Inn. Book a stay in one of our private cottages for the weekend; enjoy panoramic views of Paradise Valley while savoring one of our house-made desserts and a glass of wine. Order a Blair House Inn gourmet picnic basket to take with you on a day trip to one the areas many wineries. Imagine a romantic picnic under the Texas live oak trees at Driftwood Estates Winery, you can’t ask for a better way to spend the day with someone you love. End the day with spa treatments at our newly built Day Spa. Don’t forget about our wonderful five-course gourmet dinner served on Saturday Evenings, a great options for special occasions.

Worried about driving country roads after tasting wines all day? Don’t drink and drive call Mike’s Luxury Transport and let him do the driving. Whether your coming with a group of friends or just the two of you, Mike’s Luxury Transport has you covered. Go to dinner and enjoy the wine trail worry-free.

Book the ultimate Texas romantic getaway, enjoy the rolling hills and colorful wildflowers of the Hill Country with the one you love the most. The Blair House Inn is the perfect couples retreat where you can reconnect, rejuvenate and relish in the beauty of springtime in Texas. Book Now!

Romantic Texas Getaway & Wine Lovers Trail

March 13th, 2012 by Michael Schneider

It’s been a chilly winter and we’re all ready for Spring…wildflowers, warmth of the sun and of course, the Wine and Wildflower Trail! Get out and take a trip to as many as 33 participating wineries during this picturesque trail, April 13-22, 2012 while you take in the beauty of the Hill Country and the award winning wines from your Hill Country Wineries.

The Wine & Wildflower Trail has a few changes this year…there are 33 participating wineries, the trail is 10 days long and the price has been reduced! More wineries, more time (weekdays included) for a lower price, how could you go wrong?

Come out and enjoy the fruits of the vineyards with a minimum of 1 and up to 3 complimentary tastes from each winery and a 15% discount on 3 bottle purchases. Pickup your beautiful bluebonnet swag bag, provided by Wildseed Farms, from the winery of your choice. We all know h ow important the rain is to our beautiful wildflowers so your bag will include a rain gauge from Capital Farm Credit, wildflower seeds from the  Texas Department of Agriculture and Wildseed Farms and a few other treats.

Follow the Wine and Wildflower Trail through the Texas Hill Country Wineries in it’s finest hour. Enjoy the spectacular vistas along with the new releases born among the bluebonnets. Remember to pack your camera so you don’t miss out on photo ops all along the trail, at the wineries and in the vineyards. Wildflower pictures make great Christmas cards in a few months!

Your ticket includes:

  • 1-3 complimentary tastes of wine at each winery
  • 15% discount on 3 bottle purchases at each winery
  • One bluebonnet gift bag per ticket
  • One rain gauge per ticket

One Wildflower seed packet per ticket.

www.texaswinetrail.com
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