With its sun-washed stone walls, arched windows and domed bell tower, the headquarters of Haak Vineyards & Winery looks like an old Spanish mission. Behind the building, acres of vineyards encircle a picnic area and patio. The charming winery in Santa Fe, a small town about 25 miles south of Houston, is bringing the promise of the Texas wine industry to a region where such grapes have never... More >>>
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"People like to see grapevines when they visit a winery," says Charles McKinney. Texas winemakers respond by planting hybrid grapes that produce mostly unsophisticated wines.