Be sure to read the 2019 version of Grape Stomping!
It’s that time of year when the vineyards are busy and the grapes are ready to be harvested to start the process in making wonderful Texas wine. It’s also that time when we get to celebrate and have a fun time at a winery stomping on those poor little grapes! Here are some of the upcoming grape-stomping activities happening around the state at Texas wineries.
Note that harvest starts earlier on the eastern part of Texas and some wineries have already had their harvest and grape stomps. Make your plans early before the following events are gone too.
July 25 – Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard & Winery. Celebrate the white grape harvest at Enoch Stomp’s White Grape Stomp. Live music will be provided and you can make a custom t-shirt and enjoy a gourmet meal.
July 25-August 9 – Pleasant Hill Winery. The 14th Annual Crush for Fun event happens for 4 weekends. Besides purple feet, you also get a special t-shirt.
July 31-August 2 – Pedernales Cellars. Get your 2015 Grape Stomp t-shirt which of course you can decorate with your purple footprints.
July 31 to August 22 – Messina Hof Winery & Resort. The 38th Annual Harvest Festival in Bryan kicks off on July 31th and runs for four weekends. Harvest activities and specialty dinners take place with of course grape stomping after picking in the vineyard.
August 1, 2, 8, 9 – Dry Comal Creek Vineyards and Winery. Grape stomping, lunch, wine glasses, and t-shirts are provided for your registration fee.
August 1, 2, 8, 9 – Windy Winery. Start with a hayride to the vineyard, pick grapes, pour some grapes in the barrel, step in, squeeze and squish to music. End it with your purple feet on your keepsake t-shirt.
August 1 – Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards. Join the Soul to Sole Harvest 2015 at the winery. Harvest begins at sunrise with the grape stomp in the afternoon followed by live jazz at night.
August 1 – Blue Lotus Winery. Step into a barrel, stomp the grapes, and make your own footprint on a t-shirt. Tickets for the grape stomp include a lunch with two wine tickets.
August 1 – Majek Vineyard & Winery. Join their 1st Black Spanish harvest along with a grape stomp. Music will also be provided along with a lunch for purchase.
August 1 – Big Rock Winery. After harvest join some grape stomping along with a provided lunch.
August 2 – Bernhardt Winery. Celebrate the winery’s 10th year anniversary with a Wine-a-Rita celebration. Of course there will be a Lucy Look-A-Like vat where you can crush grapes, including a Lucy Look-A-Like contest.
August 2 – Lost Oak Winery. The 7th Annual Harvest Fiesta & Grape Stomp takes place Sunday afternoon. Wine, food, white sangria, and live music will coincide with the grape stomping. Get your stomping spots before they are gone.
August 9 and 16 – Hye Meadow Winery. Two days are spent stomping those grapes. Tickets include the grape stomping and a t-shirt.
August 15-23 – Texas Hills Vineyard. Join the 15th Annual Grape Stomp where stomping is free to whoever wants to stomp or you can purchase a t-shirt and personalize it with your foot or hand prints. Lunch will also be served on the Saturdays.
August 22 – Westcave Cellars. The 5th annual Grape Stomp is happening at the winery with music, food, and of course wine. Reservations are not required but make your plans now.
August 22 and 29 – Fall Creek Vineyards Grape Stomp & Harvest Festival in Tow. Fall Creek’s 26th Annual Grape Stomp happens on two Saturdays at the Tow winery. Wine and a celebrity lunch and demo take place with other fun activities.
August 29-30 – Becker Vineyards. The 19th Annual Grape Stomp is a complimentary event with no reservations required.
September 5 – Chisholm Trail Winery. Enjoy stomping at one of the furthest west wineries of the Texas Hill Country Wineries.
Rick Wilkins says
Big Rock Winery
This saturday 1 Aug 2015 6/630 am will be harvesting Cynthiana.
Lunch provided and your foot prints on a t shirt.
Come and volunteer and stay for the crush..
817 296 6355
Located 2 miles south of lakeside village on Hwy 56 s, on to pvt Rd 1380 zip 76671
Jeff Cope says