The month of March may be winding down, but there are still plenty of wine festivals to go to, and here are some of them:
La Grange Uncorked Wine and Food Festival
The 3rd Annual La Grange Uncorked Wine and Food Festival will be held in downtown La Grange on March 21, from 4pm – 8pm.
Tickets are $40 in advance or $45 at the festival. Ticket purchase includes samples of select wines, specialty dishes prepared by local chefs, and music.
Visit their website for additional information: www.lguncorked.com
Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest
The 2015 Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest will be held in Salado on March 28 and 29. The festival will feature 20 wineries, viewing of artists and their works from around Texas, and food.
Admission is free. Wine tasting is $10 and it includes six tasting tickets and a souvenir wine glass. $5 will get you four additional tasting tickets.
Visit their website for additional information: saladowinefestival.com
Texas Wine and Art Festival – Old Town Spring
The 2015 Texas Wine & Art Festival will be held in Old Town Spring on March 28 and 29. The festival will feature at least 10 Texas wineries. In addition, vendors will display their arts and crafts.
General admission to the festival is free on Saturday and Sunday. Wine tasting tickets are available for $25 in advance online and $30 at the festival. The price includes a commemorative wine glass and 7 wine tastings; extra wine tasting tickets are available for $1 each.
Visit their website for festival hours and additional information: www.txwineandart.com