Wineries of the Texas Hill Country Plus One Fine Brewery
John F. Aceti
Many people who visit wineries in the Texas Hill Country know and enjoy the social aspect of drinking a glass of exquisite wine along with some delicious food. Friends, spouses and even family members consider wineries as a sophisticated place to interact and socialize in a comfortable setting. Many of the owners have designed their tasting areas as places of enjoyment and cheerfulness. While drinking quality wines one can also view pieces of art on the walls, a great variety of wine related gifts, clothing and books.
Many tour vehicles for “special groups” can be seen in parking areas at all the wineries. On some days one needs to drive around awhile to find an open space.
For those who have not visited a winery, I can assure you that it is a unique experience and you will probably make some repeated visits. People who drink wine and travel in the United States or abroad tend to visit wineries wherever they travel. You may even walk out with a bottle or two of your favorite wine!!
"I love the personal testimonies and guest photos, it really gives a personal connection to Wineries of the Texas Hill Country. The imagery captures the wineries and guests wonderfully and makes you want to visit right away."
January Wiese, Executive Director
Texas Hill Country Wineries,
Dripping Springs, Texas
"I found this book to be a wonderfully descriptive and informative guide to the many wineries located in Texas Hill country. No one contemplating a visit should leave home without a copy. Who knew Texas had such an abundant wine culture? I sure didn’t. I’m planning a visit already."
Carl R. Vahl studied Italian cuisine and wine at ALMA, the International School of Italian Cuisine in Parma, Emilia Romagna, Italy and served as Executive Chef at one of Baltimore’s finest Italian Restaurants. He now practices law and mediation in Olean, New York."
Carl R. Vahl
Attorney and Mediator
"Wow, The photos and aerial views are absolutely amazing! John did such an excellent job describing the wineries and providing the visuals that you feel like you actually took the tour yourself. It will deﬁnitely inspire you to plan your own tour to these beautiful places."
Best Western Swiss Clock & Swiss Chalet Hotels
“I, as a wine lover and a frequent visitor of the Texas Hill Country wineries, enjoyed John's descriptive insight. He has done a wonderful job of whetting my thirst of exploration for wines I have yet to discover. I am ready to grab his book and hop on the Wine Trail!”
Co-owner of River Oaks Framing Co., LLC
John F. Aceti was born in Niagara Falls, New York. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Fredonia and his Master’s degree from the University of Buffalo. He retired to the Texas Hill Country in 1993 following a thirty-four year career as a teacher, school administrator and as an educational consultant. John has served as an adjunct professor at several universities in New York State. He has written a number of articles for state and national administrative educational journals. He also is the author of four other books. He and his wife Carol have served as volunteers in China, Italy and Poland as teachers of English as a second language. They also have participated in Mission Awareness Programs in El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Bolivia. John has been an active Rotarian for forty-five years at the local, district and international levels. Both he and Carol participate in community organizations and church activities and they enjoy traveling the world.
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