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Stone House Vineyard, Spicewood

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Winery / Vineyard
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  • Most wines are dry, a couple are semi sweet, and two ports. Nice relaxing place to enjoy a drink and the view. Friendly dogs welcome. If you are a member, there is a nice resort area for you by the la...  more »
  • This was my first visit to Stone House, but a second visit for my husband. It was cold and rainey all day, but the vineyard was full. A steady stream of visitors the entire time we were there. The tas...  more »
  • The cabernet and the merlot were wonderful. Almost all of their wines are dry except a few off dry. The reds were wonderful and we left with several bottles. They were very sweet about sharing a tasti...  more »
  • Deleted my previous review but still have no words about the treatment we received. No apology can make it right for someone who has been a member for 3 years!!! Membership fees and wine cost= Lots of money spent to be treated like trash.
  • The wine was great. But you can't sit by the water unless your a member. Would not have came all this way if we had known this.
  • Wonderful ambiance inside and out with a delightful staff. The wines are exceptionally good, including their vine on the property (Claros). The member-only viewing area of Lake Travis is very nice.
  • Really nice place and I loved the "Sticky" wine. Definitely going back and staying longer. The lady's were really nice and knew their wines. Best B-Day ever!
  • Nice destination from Austin. Easy to get to. For a Texas winery they don't actually have a lot of Texas wines. Most wines are from Australia (Barossa) and then California (Napa). So, in other words, the wines are better than what you typically find in a Hill Country winery.