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The winery is such a lovely location. The wine is great and there are many to choose from for a smaller winery. The history of this winery, the oldest in Texas, coms packed with family values and community involvement too. This is a staple to...More
I went with five people who had been to the Winery many times. Three people brought a beautiful selection of cheeses, crackers, and thinly sliced, cured meats. We sat around a table in the tasting room, and began going to the counter to start tasting...More
To start off with, I have visited at least 20 wineries in Texas. I really enjoy visiting the different wineries and trying their wines. So, I was really looking forward to visiting the oldest winery in Texas, but ended up being at least partially disappointed....More
It was lovely to visit the oldest winery in Texas! The inside near the tasting room was a bit cramped but the wine was delicious and the hospitality was spot on. I highly recommend a trip if you are heading through Del Rio. Their pricing...More
The Val Verde Winery is difficult to fine but worth the effort. The place survived the Prohibition by selling and producing sacramental wine to stay in operation. The grapes are ancient and the Rio Grande sedimentary soil seems to produce good grapes so the wine...More