Summer is finishing up and the Wine Festivals in Texas are starting to appear again. This is the time to start getting out and visit your local wine festival or travel to visit another one and make an exciting vacation out of visiting the wine festival. Here are just some of the September Wine Festivals happening in Texas in September.
Dripping with Taste Wine & Food Festival
This festival is always a great one to go to and is within easy access of Austin. Enjoy Texas wines, craft beers, gourmet foods, and spirits available under one roof. This year’s festival includes over 75 vendors so there will be plenty to see. The festival also includes cooking demonstrations, Wine 101, live music, specialty vendors, a free photo booth, and actual grape stomping. The festival takes place September 12.
It’s that time of year again and GrapeFest is the big one in Grapevine with the 29th annual GrapeFest being the largest wine festival in the Southwest. In addition to sampling Texas wines from across the state, festival guests will have the opportunity to sample premium Oregon wines, many of which are not routinely available in Texas and high-end premium Argentina wines. More information is on their website. The festival runs from September 17-20.
Montgomery Wine and Music Festival
Make the trip to historic downtown Montgomery and enjoy tasting from 16 Texas wineries. Live music will be playing all day and vendors will be available for your shopping interests. Always a great time, more information can be found on their website. The festival is on September 19.
Texas Reds Steak & Grape Festival
Another large festival supported by the city of Bryan is the Texas Reds Steak & Grape Festival. Over 20 Texas wineries, numerous craft beer breweries, and more than 30 bands will be on hand during the two day festival. And how can we forget the steak with the annual steak cook-off? Take a trip to Texas Reds and you will not be disappointed. The festival is from September 26-27.
These are just a few of the many festivals that are happening in September in Texas. For a more extensive list of festivals happening in June, see the 2015 Fall Wine Festivals list at TXWinelover.com.