Val Verde Winery

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100 Qualia Drive, Del Rio, TX, USA
Val Verde Winery - the vineyards, in the winter (a little bare!)
Val Verde Winery - my friend Lisa and I
Val Verde Winery - the old way to make wine, a slow and tidious process!
Val Verde Winery - their award winning port
Val Verde Winery - I detect some nutty-ness!
Val Verde Winery - pour me another one bartender!
Val Verde Winery - good thing wine really relaxes you, otherwise I may have been freaking out at the site of my kid in this dangerous situation!

Val Verde Winery Del Rio Reviews

scubagirl76 scubagir…
34 reviews
Jan 02, 2008
Nestled in the South of the city amongst the old pecan and oak trees, is the oldest running winery in Texas. Val Verde winery has been making wine in Del Rio, since 1883. It is a quaint and delightful old farm, which provides its visitors with a free tour and complimentary taste of one of their wines. If you want to sample all of their wines there is a $3 charge.

There are 10 wines in all to let your taste buds savor, among these wines there are some award winning wines! The tour guide is very knowledgeable on the history of the place as well, she will give you and in depth description of each of the wines. Which is a great for people like me who’s best descriptor words are “this is good” or “I don’t like this one” when it comes to wine! Not that my recommendations mean much but, amongst the white wines my favorite was the pinot grigio and amongst the reds I really liked the sangiovese. The prices are also reasonable with their most expensive bottle being the port at $30.

My friend Lisa (texas_cutie75), and I went on Friday for a small tour and a sample of all their wines. We ended up walking out with three bottles of wine between the two of us, a lot of knowledge on the process of wine making, and some fun memories of me chasing my toddler in between wine tasting! I definitely recommend you make the winery one of your stops if you’re ever in the area!
my friend Lisa and I
the old way to make wine, a slow a…
their award winning port
our tour guide shows us the modern…
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