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Bell Mountain Vineyards

Bell Mountain Vineyards Located on the slopes of Bell Mountain and first identified on the U.S. Geological map of 1885, the area was designated in 1986 as Texas' first winegrowing area by our Federal government. Our Vineyards, set on sandy-loam soils, replete with rich minerals, and blessed with a moderate climate due to elevation, insure superior fruit development, thus wines of distinctive character.

Directions
We're fourteen (14) miles north of Fredericksburg off Highway 16. As you approach our roadway you'll see our sign on the right. Turn right on our roadway and proceed 1/2-mile to our main gate. Turn Left into parking lot. If you're traveling from Austin, we recommend driving the scenic road RR-1323 which you can access off Highway 281 two (2) miles north of Johnson City. This will take you about 26-miles through beautiful Hill Country to Highway 16. Then turn right and drive less than a mile to our roadway.


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Address Web Social
HC 61, Box 72, Fredericksburg, TX, US, 78624 Email: contactus@bellmountainwine.com
Phone: 830-685-3297 Web: www.bellmountainwine.com
Fax: 830-685-3657
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Products



  Berry Light Wine
Semi-Sweet. Natural grape wine with infusions of Strawberry and Blackberry Nectars. Serve chilled or in ice.
  Blush Light Wine
Semi-dry. Crisp and fruity. Delicate pink. Blended from Riesling wine and Merlot. Chill..
  Cabernet Sauvignon
Excellent balance with soft and accessible tannins. This is not a heavy tannic red. Aged in American oak 12-months for distinctive herbaceousness. Unfiltered.
  Chardonnay Reserve
Exceptional harvest produced this vintage with rich fruit and assertive finish. Aged in cool cellars in French Nevers puncheons.
  Dry Riesling
Fruity and "off-dry" with a crisp finish. Typical of a Rhine Valley dry (trocken) wine. Ideal choice as an aperitif, luncheon salad, or light entree.
  KrisKindel Red Wine
Semi-Sweet. Cold weather comfort-serve hot. Do not boil.
  Late Harvest Riesling
Produced in the style of the Rhine Valley with a natural grape residual sugar of 5.2%. Distinct citrus and apricot aromas. Pair with Oriental foods, seafood salads, or a creamy dessert.
  Liebchen Classic White Wine
Semi-dry. Blended from the premium wine varieties of the Rhine Valley. A versatile wine to serve as an aperitif, with snacks or a light entree. Chill. 1384
  Mead
Rich flavor from wildflower nectars (honey) of the Edwards Plateau of Central Texas. Contains no grape product. Enjoy with a creamy dessert, or savor as an after-dinner wine. Ideal as a marinade for beef or pork.
  Mead-Texas Wildflower Honey Wine
Sweet Pronounced floral bouquet. Serve cool, at room temperature, or hot-do not boil. Ideal as a fruit or meat marinade.
  Merlot Reserve
Produced from the vintage of the decade. Rich fruit & deep ruby color. Light oak finish. Balanced and accessible on the palate. More bottle age will fulfill its destiny.
  Peach Light Wine
Semi-sweet. Made with natural grape wine and an infusion of peach nectars. Serve chilled or on ice. Serve a Mimosa one-part Oberhof Peach, one part Orange Juice.
  Pinot Noir 2001 Reserve
Produed in our high blocks of the NE Vineyard, planted exclusively in the Pommard cone. Rich "brick-red" color with aromas of raspberry and violets. True finesse. Enjoy now or cellar for future enjoyment.
  Raspberry
Prepared with an infusion of red and black raspberries. Semi-sweet. Excellent as a dessert wine. For a refreshing fruit punch: blend with Lemonade.

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