Arrowhead Creek Vineyard was started by Chris and Tia Aspra, Hill Country natives and a wine-loving family. Years ago, the land the winery once sat on was a campground for local Native tribes, with high land and nearby water. Chris found the land the vineyard now sits on, which was a 100-year-old family farm, and had a vision. While they didn’t know what it would become, they knew they were going to plant some grapes. At first a small vineyard for the family, it grew into a destination winery on the Texas Wine Trail with 2.5 acres of grapes. The winery offers a rich variety of wines comprised of Estate, Texas and various other regions both national and international. The Estate wines include our Hill Country Summertime Rosé, a dry and crisp wine with light fruit aromas, and Nihcaro Campfire Red, an easy drinking wine that’s a favorite for Texas wine lovers.
The winery has several areas on site to taste wines and enjoy a delicious Charcuterie Board, and afterwards people can explore the beauty of the grounds in this lovely Hill Country setting. We are located right on the Pedernales River, and people can walk down to our picnic tables and sip wine with a view of the water. Arrowhead Creek is a family-owned company, with sons, daughters-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins and even grandchildren all lending a helping hand. Meant to be enjoyed by a crowd, the winery can host private events, corporate banquets, and even coordinate engagements in the vines, on the river, in the pavilion, or in our tasting rooms. We can make your next big moment unforgettable. Our wine club regularly meets to taste the finest wines we can offer and appreciate the fine region surrounding them. The winery also exists as a home for wildlife including white tail and axis deer, blackbuck antelope, songbirds, and even the occassional Bald Eagle visit. For this reason, we do ask that pets do not accompany you to the winery.
Come on down to Arrowhead Creek Vineyard, where you can take delight in an experience, learn the history behind the wines and taste the skill that went into making the glass.