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CrossTimbers Wine Trail

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The CrossTimbers Wine Trail was designed to showcase some of the excellent wineries of North Texas. Some grow their own grapes for their wine and some have bistros.

The trail starts just south of Fort Worth in Burleson, travels through Fort Worth, out to Azle and Springtown to finish outside Alvord.

Sunset Winery – The first winery on the CrossTimbers Wine Trail is the Sunset Winery. Sunset Winery is located at 1535 Burleson Blvd in Burleson. Call (817) 426-1141 or (817) 891-1008 for more information.

Lone Oak Winery – The second winery on the trail is the Lone Oak Winery. Lone Oak Winery is located at 2116 FM 731 in Burleson. Call (817) 426-6625 for more information.

times ten cellars – times ten cellars crafts their wines from start to finish inside the city limits of Fort Worth. Times ten cellars is located at 1100 Foch Street in Fort Worth. Call (817) 336-9463 for more information.

LightCatcher Winery and Bistro – Not far outside of Fort Worth, but still technically within the city limits, LightCatcher Winery lies along a semi-rural road near Lake Worth. LightCatcher Winery is located at 6925 Confederate Road in Fort Worth. Call (817) 237-2626 for more information.

La Buena Vida Vineyards – La Buena Vida Vineyards not only grows their own grapes for wine production, but also makes cheese at the winery. La Buena Vineyards is located at 650 Vineyard Lane in Springtown. Call (817) 821-6794 for more information.

Brushy Creek Vineyards – The last winery on the CrossTimbers Wine Trail started in 1991. Brushy Creek Vineyards is located at 572 CR 2798 in Alvord. Call (940) 427-4747 or (817) 821-0175 for more information.

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