Forget Provence and Savor the Rosé of Texas Hill Country

Dry Rosé has been the darling of the wine industry for the last three years. Rosé is a refreshing, crisp, light style of red wine grapes that can be enjoyed year-round. Most people think of Provence in Southern France as the traditional, go-to region for buying world class dry rosé wines.

The Texas Hill Country has been a tourist mecca for decades, thanks to the over 350 wineries now in the state. Remarkably, Texas wine tourism has increased so much that the Hill Country is now the second fastest growing wine destination in the United States, with only Napa Valley, California ahead.

Tricia Conover

Tricia Conover, DipWSET,CSS, GrapeStone Concepts, is a wine and travel writer. Tricia, is WSET® Diploma of Wine, CSS Certified Spirits Specialist, and (C.W.P.) from the Culinary Institute of America, Greystone, Napa Valley. Tricia is the Contributing Wine and Travel Editor, PRiMEWomen Magazine. Tricia is a freelance writer for The SommJournal, The Clever Root, Signature Bride, FWT Magazine an...(Read More)

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