Celebrate grape harvest with a Texas wine trail tour
With annual grape harvest celebrations kicking off around most of the state in August and September, many Texans are planning their next Texas wine trail tour. The Texas Department of Agriculture is making it easier for wine enthusiasts to plan the perfect wine weekend with its new Texas Wine Trail page (www.gotexanwine.org/texaswinetrails/) on the popular GO TEXAN wine website (www.gotexanwine.org) .
"Texas is one of the fastest-growing wine destinations in the country," Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples said. "The Texas wine industry and our Texas wine trails are an important part of our state's agriculture tourism and economic health. Nearly 1 million visitors each year enjoy discovering the Texas wine industry."
The Texas Wine Trail page provides a list of the Lone Star State's eight individual wine trails, and with just one click, consumers can visit each trail's Web page to find trail descriptions, maps, upcoming events and other related links.
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