Texas Wine Country is a Must-See: Travel Specialist Kathy Petrino

July 23, 2019
Kathy Petrino is an enthusiastic traveler who not only has a strong desire to see as much of the world as possible, but who, thankfully, loves to write about everything she sees as a way to help others enjoy travel as much as she does, without the downside. Kathy Petrino believes sharing knowledge keeps travel destinations afloat and appealing to visit repeatedly. That is when she writes a lot about one of her favorite destinations anywhere, Texas Wine Country.

When people think about a region that is famous for its wine, Kathy Petrino is aware that Texas isn’t usually the first area they consider, but she wants everyone to know that the Lone Star State has done a lot to improve its reputation as a wine producer, and they have made it. Texas Hill Country has been growing some of the finest grapes in the country, if not the world. Dozens of Texas wineries are producing some of the best varietals outside of the West Coast in the United States, including many Tempranillos, Malbecs, and Cabernets. There are hundreds of state-of-the-art tasting rooms in which to enjoy them, and the area is big with music and wine events, including some combining great Texas barbecue brisket with country and rockabilly music, in addition to the great wines.

Travel Blogger Kathy Petrino Loves Texas Wine Country

January 17, 2019
Kathy Petrino is absolutely an enthusiastic traveler, but thankfully she also has a strong desire to write about it all and she post it all on her travel blog for everyone to see. Kathy Petrino's fondest desire is to make sure everyone has the same great experiences she has had. Just as importantly, she wants others who travel to the same places she has to miss as many of the pitfalls as possible.

That includes one of her favorite destinations, to Texas Wine Country. Kathy Petrino is well aware that, when people think of wine, they don’t usually consider Texas to be at the top of their list of wine destinations in the United States and the world, but the Lone Star State has been doing quite a bit to improve its reputation. The Hill Country of the state is suddenly growing some of the best grapes in the country and dozens of wineries are producing some of the best varietals outside of the West Coast in the United States. Wine enthusiasts will find a wide range of wines available and there are events all over Hill Country, including the Kerrville Folk Festival and the Dripping Springs Wine and Food Festival.