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Texas Hill Country

General Description

This is the largest viticultural area in the state and the second largest in the United States. Largest AVA in Texas comprises 58 different soil associations distributed over an area of approximately 9 million acres. This area sits on the Edwards plateau and it comprises many hills and steep canyons. The elevation ranges from 130-738m with the areas of lowest elevation in the south and north east end of the region. The major soil texture types in the hill country AVA include clay loam, clay, and sandy clay loam.

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

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


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