The Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail

Peach Creek Vineyards is proud to be a part of the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail; here’s a little information about the group and the events we sponsor as a group.

Located between I-45 and U.S. Highway 290, the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail offers visitors spectacular views and award-winning wines in Southeast Texas. Our SEVEN member wineries include, Bernhardt Winery, Plantersville, Texas, Cork This! Winery, Montgomery, Texas, Messina Hof Winery, Bryan, Texas, Peach Creek Vineyards, College Station, Texas, Pleasant Hill Winery, Brenham, Texas, and Saddlehorn Winery, Burton, Texas.

All of the member wineries are located in close proximity to the greater Houston area. Throughout the year, the member wineries on the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail each offer unique wine experiences including wine tastings, grape crushing and stomp, mystery dinners, music concerts, wine paired dinners, vineyard tours, a variety of wine-related gifts and much, much more.

In addition, the member wineries along the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail work together to produce FIVE very different, seasonal wine trail events each year. Your trail tickets are purchased online through LocalWineEvents.com. You have four days over two weekends to visit all seven wineries (the Signature Spring Trail continues for three weekends). You blaze your own trail and pick where you want to start and where you want to end. The official hours for this event are 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Noon to 5:00 p.m. on Sundays.

The Wine & Chocolate Trail is a wonderful way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. For four days on the first two weekends in February, your trail ticket allows you to sample two wine tastings paired with a wonderful chocolate delicacy at each of the member wineries.

The Spring Wine & Cheese Trail is our Signature Trail. Come celebrate Texas wildflowers and wine with the wineries! The Texas Bluebonnet Wine & Cheese Trail is scheduled for three weekends in late March or early April, depending on our best guess on when to see wildflowers in Texas. Guests can enjoy a select pairing of two wines and a specially crafted cheese appetizer at each stop.

During two designated weekends in July, touring the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail on the Harvest Trail is your opportunity to celebrate grape harvest and crush in southeast Texas. Can’t take the heat? Looking for something better than routine? Than hop in the car and discover what grape harvest and Texas Wine is all about! Wine Not? Participants will receive one summer scrumptious food pairing with two wine samples at each winery they visit. It’s a great opportunity to take a break from the heat, learn more about Texas wine, visit with the wine makers and winery owners, and most importantly, have some summer fun!

The Texas Department of Agriculture has designated October as Texas Wine Month, so celebrate Texas wine by joining in the fun of the October Wine & Sausage Trail. On this trail, member wineries will offer two wine samples paired with a unique sausage dish to each ticketholder.

Get a jump start on your holiday gift giving by touring the Holiday Crystal Wine Trail during the first two weekends in December. Your trail ticket allows you to enjoy two specially selected wine tastings, paired with a terrific holiday food sample at each winery on the trail.