Spring Bluebonnet Wine and Cheese Trail
spotlights some of the best Texas wineries in our region, complete with a septet of participants. At each stop guests can enjoy a select pairing of two wines and specially crafted cheese appetizers during the three-weekend long event. “You will see at every single place something new and different,” says Jim Chisolm, owner of Texas Star Winery. “People are proud of their wineries and they’re happy to talk about the process.”
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, noon to 5 p.m. Sundays. March 25 through April 9. Bernhardt Winery, 9043 County Road 204, Plantersville; Cork This!, 21123 Eva, Montgomery; Messina Hof Winery, 4545 Old Reliance, Bryan; Peach Creek Vineyards, 2029 Peach Creek, College Station; Pleasant Hill Winery, 1441 Salem, Brenham; Saddlehorn Winery, 958 FM 1948 North, Burton; Texas Star Winery, 10587 Old Chappell Hill, Chappell Hill. For information, call 936-825-3669 or visit texasbluebonnetwinetrail.com
. $35 to $56.
A visit to one winery is good; seven is better. The