Dry Comal Creek Winery & Vineyards

San Antonio & Hill Country

Proprietor Franklin Houser gives his own tours around the tiny winery, which is constructed of stone and cedar trees. The Dry Spanish wine is made entirely from Texas grapes. The vineyard is 7 miles west of New Braunfels.

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