A Clean Start at Lost Oak Winery!
Find one of your New Year resolutions at Lost Oak this month. We offer many healthy things and here is our list to get you started!
A Clean Start at Lost Oak
01. Lost Oak Wines are Gluten Free and Mostly Vegan
All of our wines are home-grown and vegan except for the Reserve Viognier 2019 and the Riesling 2019. These two wines are filtered through a different fining agent derived from cow's milk. However, our other Viognier is vegan! It is actually rare here that we use a nonvegan product. As well as most of our wine is vegan, all of our wine is gluten-free.
02. Bike and Hike
The bike and hike trail trailhead is near the production facility in the back and is always open to the public until dark. The trail itself is 2.5 miles long and is perfect for a scenic walk. You can also enjoy wine right after! It has been used for the Wicked Wine Run, a fun run that we host twice a year, and monthly bird walks! For more information, please visit our website.
03. Open Area
Besides our tasting room and event center, the majority of our property is open space. In the warmer seasons, we have Concerts on the Lawn on our outdoor stage, events on the weekends, and so much more. You can enjoy your wine on our outdoor patio and stroll through the vineyards or take one of our winery tours. To see what event we are having next, view our calendar on our website!
04. Red Wine
Red wine has gotten a lot of buzz for its potential health benefits. It is loaded with antioxidants. A 5-ounce glass of red wine has about 125 calories and no fat, or protein. Red wine and a Mediterrane diet are the perfect pairings if you are aiming for weight loss. Moderate wine consumption may help protect against excess weight gain. As always, drink in moderation.
We pride ourselves on how our friendly staff is trained and knowledgeable about Lost Oak and Texas wines. Our tours offer the balance of learning more about Lost Oak’s vineyards and the production of wines. You will be educated about the process of wines from the moment grapes are grown on the vines to the glass you are drinking.