- 1820 Country Rd. 222
Tow, TX 78672
- Wine Tasting
- Tasting offered: Yes
- Price: free
- Mon-Sat: 11:00am - 5:00pm
- Sun: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
- Tours may be arranged at other times by appointment. Special & Private Events may be arranged.
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Wine: Winery: Ambiance: Mar 27, 2011
In April 2010 the Gamel 4 tried the 6 wines. I loved the Sweet Red. We bought several and shared a few with Jennifer.
Wine: Winery: Ambiance: Jan 21, 2011
Favorite Wine: Ed's Smooth Red
Made a trip to Fall Creek on MLK day, as they were one of few wineries in Central Texas open that Monday. The winery, dining Hall, and tasting room are nice, with a wonderful tree-lined avenue leading up to the complex. The tasting room had a single attendant, who was friendly enough, although a little brusque. there were six wines we could taste, for the small price of $4.00, but none of them were the higher end, excellent wines (such as the Meritus). All of the wines were good; none of the wines distinguished themselves as exceptional. The Cabernet was a good red, without having a super bouquet of subtle flavors. The Merlot was possibly better than the Cab. The drier whites (Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay) were not great, but acceptable. FC has a variety of sweet wines——a sweet blush which is quite nice, a Muscat Canelli, and Ed's Smooth Red--were also nice, without being amazing. Of these, Ed's was surprisingly good, smooth, semi-sweet Red. As a white wine enthusiast, I found it very palatable. Their wines, alas, can be found often in grocery stores, along with other, medium to cheaper priced wines. I understand the Cabernet "Meritus" (30.00 + dollars) is excellent, but we were ot given an opportiunity to try it. Also, the "Gotas de Oro" of Dotson-Cervantes Wines is produced and bottled at Fall Creek. It is a Muscat Canelli wine, which I have had and it is excellent, but was not offered to us. They gave us their cheaper Canelli to try. So, the better wines, alas, we had no opportunity to taste. When I asked if we could see the winery and dining facilities, the attendant led us into the outer courtyard and said, "There is the winery, there is the dining room," but would not take us for a look, even though we were the only ones there. Very strange. I would return to FC; it is just too distant and the wines are not that superb to demand going out of the way to get there.
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