Hill Country’s breeding ground,
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It’s easy to see why the Texas Hill Country has attracted waves of immigrants over the years. In the springtime bluebonnets spread across sloping meadows, and centuries-old live oaks dot limestone cliffs. People with German, Czech and Mexican roots call this area home and have kept their culinary traditions alive, along with Oktoberfest and other holidays. What’s more, the Hill Country has become a breeding ground for wineries, breweries and distilleries, many of which are getting attention nationwide. Below we map out some of the best places to taste and sip on sprawling ranches, along rolling rivers and in one-stoplight towns.
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