Unlock the Mysteries of Texas Wines: The Allure of Narrow Path Winery Exposed!

Discover the rich tapestry of Texas Wine with an in-depth exploration of Narrow Path Winery. Dive into the history, flavors, and unique offerings that make Texas wines a global sensation. Experience the Lone Star State's vinicultural wonders!
  • Winery Ambiance
  • Wine Selection (Red)
  • Wine Selection (White)
  • Wine Price / Value
  • Wine Club
4.1/5Overall Score

Narrow Path Winery has some great views and great wines. The selection is not extensive as it is a boutique winery compared to other larger producers, but what they have is worth the visit.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Winery History and Facility
  • Wine Highlights
  • Wine Clubs
  • Conclusion
  • FAQ
  • About the Author


In the world of wine, I’ve always been intrigued by the potential that regional offerings bring to the global table. When diving into the unique realm of Texas wines, my senses were beautifully arrested by the products of Narrow Path Winery. This haven, nestled amidst the serene landscape of Texas, transcends the typical expectations of Texas wineries, bringing forth a symphony of tastes that reverberates through every sip.

The Texas wine industry has been buzzing with excitement over the years, and Narrow Path Winery stands as a testament to the passion, dedication, and craftsmanship Texas vintners bring. From its captivating history to the subtle notes in every bottle, this review aims to celebrate the essence of Texas wines, with Narrow Path Winery in the spotlight.

History and Facility

Narrow Path Winery, rooted in the heart of Texas, boasts an ancestry rich in commitment to the art of winemaking. Drawing inspiration from multiple generations, the winery’s foundation is firmly grounded in the traditions of old, while simultaneously embracing modern innovations. This melding of past and present is evident in the architecture of their facility – a blend of rustic charm with contemporary elegance.

Set against the picturesque backdrop of Texas’s landscape, the winery provides not just wines, but an experience. Every corner of their facility tells a story, making it a pilgrimage site for every wine enthusiast.

Located a few miles off Texas Interstate 290 on South Ranch Road 1623, one thing you’ll notice about Narrow Path is when you walk in and see the breathtaking view of the vineyard and rolling hills, you will instantly relax. There is room to sit inside, and even more room to sit outside, with all the seating areas facing the vineyards.

Speaking of vineyards, there are about 10 acres of vineyards at Narrow Path, and their total production for the year is about 3000 cases per year, where most of the other larger wineries produce over 10,000 cases per year. This makes Narrow Path a bit of a boutique winery.

Wine Highlights

During my visit to Narrow Path Winery, I did a standard tasting which consisted of six wines: two whites, one Rose’, and three reds. Tastings were $25 which is pretty standard. White wines retail for $32 per bottle, while the reds range from $45 to $48. They have a small menu at the winery and I chose to have the baked brie with honey which was fantastic!

My tasting was from the full extent of their selection. There are only six wines. So, I am just going to list them all below and give you my feedback and experience with all of them.

  • 2022 Marsanne: A prominent wine in the Texas Hill Country, this one has a fruity flavor with a hint of green apple. This one was clean and nice and had a nice finish.
  • Field Stone: This wine is a mixture of the Marsanne and Trebbiano. I didn’t find it to my liking as it seems that by adding the Trebbiano it took away the favorables flavors I experienced with the Marsanne. I didn’t feel the flavors came out in this one.
  • 2022 Texas Rosé: Light and refreshing, this rosé is a dance of strawberries and peaches with a flirtatious, crisp finish. Made with Cinsault and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. Not bad as far as Rosés go.
  • 2021 Sangiovese: This wine was 22 months in new and neutral French oak casks, You will get notes of plum lots of black cherry. This was one of my favorites. This wine is a testament to the versatility and depth Texas wines can offer.
  • 2021 Mourvèdre: A medium to full-bodied wine with a flavor highlighted by dark fruit and black pepper. I really noticed the black pepper and it was awesome. This was also one of my favorites.
  • Reserve Tempranillo: Texas wineries are often celebrated for their Tempranillos, and Narrow Path’s Reserve stands out brilliantly in this category with some peppery finish as most Tempranillos do.

All in all, it was a successful tasting. In the end, I would rank the 2021 Mourvèdre as my first choice, and the 2021 Sangiovese as my second.

Wine Clubs

The Narrow Path Wine Club is very consistent with other wine clubs where you can sign up for different levels and receive wine every quarter. They offer 3, 16, and 12 bottle options with different discount amounts at each level. Some wines are reserved for wine club members, and there are wine pickup parties which are complementary. One nice thing about their wine club is that you can completely customize your shipment.

Members have access to far more wines than the public. At the time of my visit, there were 13 wine options for members.



By visiting Narrow Path Winery, you’re not just exploring a winery, but embracing the rich tapestry of flavors and experiences Texas wines have to offer. They are more of a boutique winery, but the experience and surroundings are very calming and beautiful. I will keep Narrow Path on my short list of Texas Wineries.


  • Q: Can I visit the winery for a tasting session?
    • A: Absolutely! Narrow Path Winery welcomes enthusiasts to experience their wines firsthand. Reservations for tastings on the weekends are recommended, although walk -ins are welcome.
  • Q: Do they offer tours of the facility?
    • A: Yes, they do. It’s a great way to immerse yourself in the history and process behind their exquisite Texas wines.
  • Q: Are there any food pairings recommended with their wines?
    • A: Each wine pairs beautifully with various dishes. For detailed recommendations, it’s best to consult with the winery staff during your visit.
  • Q: Is it possible to host private events at the winery?
    • A: Yes, Narrow Path Winery offers settings perfect for private events, combining the allure of Texas wineries with their own unique charm.
  • Q: Where can I purchase Narrow Path wines outside the winery?
    • A: While the winery offers the most comprehensive collection, select Texas wines from Narrow Path can be found in various wine shops and restaurants throughout the region.

About the Author

A native of Texas, Ken “Texan” Pierce is a renowned alcohol aficionado with over 15 years of experience in the Texas wine, whiskey, and beer industry. With a vast number of alcohol production resources right in his back yard in the Texas Hill Country, Ken has made it his mission to promote and advance the Texas winemaking, distilling, and brewing industry across the country.  His uncanny ability to identify tasting notes and pairings makes him a respected authority within alcohol enthusiast circles. When he’s not reviewing the latest craft spirits, you can find Ken playing his guitar, trying to sing, and sipping on a Texas libation.

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