From the Old French word vinetier, a vintner is a winemaker or wine merchant. With its sunny and dry climate, Texas is a premier destination for wineries and vineyards. Home to more than 200 wineries, Texas is the 4th largest wine-producing state in the United States, as well as one of the oldest. The first recorded vintners were Spanish missionaries who produced wine in the 1650s near El Paso. Wine production in Texas Hill Country traces back to the region’s original German settlers, who produced wine using the native mustang grape.
Named after our renowned vintners, the Vintner suite at our bed & breakfast in Fredericksburg, TX is the perfect place for a romantic getaway or a gathering of old friends. The Vintner exhibits all the country features of a Texas winery, from the wood and stone finishes to its authentic appeal.
Part of the Wine Country Cottages on Main Street, you’ll know you’re getting close to the Vintner when you see the windmill fountain. The Vintner comes complete with all of the modern amenities you would expect from a Texas romantic getaway. These include a flat-screen television, a luxury wet bar with a copper sink, a king-size bed with four-star Comfy Sheets, and, of course, a spa-like bathroom. Click here to view more of this suite’s luxury amenities.
When it comes time to leave the cottage, you’re only a short distance away from Main Street and a wide array of shops, restaurants and more. Book your stay at the Vintner today!