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Tehuacana Creek Vineyards and Winery, Waco, Texas

 

TOURS AND TASTINGS

Our seasonal hours are:

Friday, 12:00 - 6:00 PM

Saturday, 10:00 am - 6:00 PM

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PLEASE NOTE

We will be CLOSED on

Saturday June 21st for a private wedding

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Tastings are $6.00 or $10.00 per person depending on the flight.  You can taste all our regular wines for $6. A full tasting also includes our award winning dessert wines. Cougar Wine Club members can taste our wines without charge. Tours are $4 per person and available on demand depending on the number of staff in the tasting room.  If you are a large group (more than 8 people) we ask that you please contact us at (254) 875-2375 or email us at: info@wacowinery.com ahead of time so we can make sure we can accommodate you and make your visit an enjoyable one.  Unfortunately our parking space does not make it possible to accept buses at this time. For the rest of you, we look forward to serving you!  Welcome!

 

Visit our Porch

You are welcome to sit on our porch and enjoy a bottle of wine and light snacks that can be purchased at the winery. You are also welcome to bring your own lunch, but by State law the only alcoholic beverages that can be consumed on the premises are our wines. If you do not finish your bottle of wine we will be happy to recork it for you before you leave.

 

 

GPS Users

If your GPS can program coordinates it is the preferred way to find our place.  Some systems have a problem with our street address and confuse East Highway 6 with Highway 6 west of Waco.  If you happen to have one of those systems it could send you on a wild goose chase...!  Please use the coordinates below for accurate access to our place:

313153.9 N   970113.5 W

 

Coming from Dallas:

Take exit 339 and go left underneath I-35 and on to Loop 340.  Go about 5 miles until you come to a railroad crossing.  Right after the railroad tracks there is an underpass where you go left to get up on Highway 6 South towards Marlin and Bryan.  After 2 miles you will cross Tehuacana Creek (there is a sign by the bridge).  You will see two telecommunication towers, one on each side of the road, as you approach our entrance which is another 2/3 of a mile up the road.  First you pass a mailbox which is where we live.  The winery entrance is the next driveway after the mailbox. Look for a bright red house next to a tall green building inside a wooden fence.  If you miss it there is a crossover just 1/2 mile up highway 6 (Where FM 1860 takes off) and you can turn around.  As you return there is another crossover right in front of our entrance so you have easy access. 

 

Coming from Austin:

Take exit 330A and move into the right lane of the access road. After about a hundred yards there is a fork in the road.  Turn right onto Loop 340 and Highway 6 South.  Go about 7 miles until you cross the Brazos River.  About a 1/4 of a mile after the river you come to an underpass.  Take a right at the stop before the underpass and get up on Highway 6 South towards Marlin and Bryan.  After 2 miles you will cross Tehuacana Creek (there is a sign by the bridge).  You will see two telecommunication towers, one on each side of the road, as you approach our entrance which is another 2/3 of a mile up the road.  First you pass a mailbox which is where we live.  The winery entrance is the next driveway after the mailbox. Look for a bright red house next to a tall green building inside a wooden fence.  If you miss it there is a crossover just 1/2 mile up highway 6 (Where FM 1860 takes off) and you can turn around.  As you return there is another crossover right in front of our entrance so you have easy access. 

 

Coming from Houston:

Take 290 East to Highway 6 North.  Stay on Highway 6 until you are almost in Waco.  A few miles outside Waco you will pass through the town of Riesel. Near Riesel you will see FM 1860.  Disregard it as you will find two FM 1860 and you want to focus on the second.  About 7-8 miles north of Riesel you will come to FM 1860 again.  Pass FM 1860 and pull into the left lane.  We are 1/2 mile after FM 1860 on your left.  There is a crossover right in front of our entrance. If you reach Tehuacana Creek you have gone too far. Turn around and come back. You will see two telecommunication towers, one on each side of the road, as you approach our entrance which is about 2/3 of a mile past Tehuacana Creek.  First you pass a mailbox which is where we live.  The winery entrance is the next driveway after the mailbox. Look for a bright red house next to a tall green building inside a wooden fence.

Coming from downtown Waco:

Take University Parks Drive and go through Baylor Campus.  At the lights by the Ferrell Center copper dome you take a left.  Immediately after crossing the Brazos River you take a right on to the spur that will run into Highway 6 going towards Riesel and Marlin.  After 2-3 miles you will pass over Loop 340.  At that point the spur becomes Highway 6 South.  After another 2 miles you will cross Tehuacana Creek (there is a sign by the bridge).  You will see two telecommunication towers, one on each side of the road, as you approach our entrance which is another 2/3 of a mile up the road.  First you pass a mailbox which is where we live.  The winery entrance is the next driveway after the mailbox. Look for a bright red house next to a tall green building inside a wooden fence.  If you miss it there is a crossover just 1/2 mile up highway 6 (Where FM 1860 takes off) and you can turn around.  As you return there is another crossover right in front of our entrance so you have easy access. 

 

Texas Winery, Tehuacana Creek Vineyards & Winery | 6826 E. Highway 6 | Waco, Texas 76705 (254) 875-2375 | info@wacowinery.com