Co-OwnerCottonwood Wine Tours
Member Since May 2022
I’m a designer & entrepreneur based out of San Antonio, TX. I design and create handcrafted jewelry featured in my Studio & Showroom, B.Link. I also own & operate two tour companies, Texian Tours and Cottonwood Wine Tours.
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Cottonwood Wine Tours
We focus on wine education and wine tourism within the San Antonio area. San Antonio is adjacent to one of the largest and most visited wine regions in the United States, also known as the Texas Hill Country AVA