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Texas Davis Mountains

General Description

This American viticultural area is home to the most extensive mountain range in Texas and the region covers an area of approximately 270,000 acres. The entire landscape is a segment of the southern Rocky Mountains and is mainly in Jeff Davis County. Locally called the Texas Alps, the area ranges in elevation from approximately 1100m to peaks as high as 2545m, the highest of which is Mount Livermore at 2500meters or 8200ft. The climate of this region is the most moderate in Texas but minimum temperature in the winter months show tremendous variation (high diurnal fluctuation) with temperature extremes.

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Bell Mountain
Escondido Valley
Fredericksburg (THC)
Mesilla Valley
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Texas Davis Mountains
Texas Hill Country
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