Join us Saturday, March 27-Sunday, March 28 for two wonderful afternoons of wine tasting and art! Admission to the festival is is free. Wine tastings are by reservation only. Visit our Facebook Event Page for more information and to purchase wine tasting reservations.
12th Annual Texas Wine Festival at Salado Winery & Salado Wine Seller
WHERE: Salado Winery & Salado Wine Seller, 841 N. Main Street, Salado, TX 76571
WHEN: Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest is 12-5 p.m. Saturday, 12 p.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, March 27-28, 2021
CONTACT: (254) 947-8011 or email@example.com
SALADO, TX – Come celebrate spring with wine, food, art, and the outdoors during the weekend of Saturday, March 27 and Sunday, March 28. You will find the charming Village of Salado filled with folks sipping wine, browsing art and nibbling on fantastic food at the Texas Wine and Rogue Art Fest, the biggest and best wine festival between Austin and Grapevine.
This year “going rogue” means the festival will be joined by the “Texas Wine and True Crime” podcast. Friends Brandy Diamond and Jaimee Hardwidge review and drink Texas wines while they discuss true Texas crimes. Salado Winery owner and winemaker, June Ritterbusch, discovered their intriguing podcast while pruning in the vineyard. Says Ritterbusch, “I love introducing Texas wine lovers to all things related to Texas wine and they epitomize the spunky spirit of Texas winemakers so I invited them to come and record podcasts at the Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest”.
The 2021 festival will also include 40 booths featuring art, wine, delectable foods, and handmade goods. Unlike previous years though, the wine tasting will be seated at tables of up to 8 people, scattered throughout the festival to encourage social distancing. It is recommended that wine drinkers make reservations in advance.
The festival is hosting several food trucks, including Hecho en Queso, and Toka Island Grill. Foodies will also enjoy experiencing Texas-based food from Sweet B’s Candy, Victorina Chefina, and Rickey’s Jerky. The full list of participants is available at www.saladowinefestival.com.
Being “rogue” however does not mean being foolish when it comes to preventing the spread of coronavirus. If you have any COVID symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. Hand wash stations and hand sanitizer will be available. Tables for food and wine drinking will be provided and will be spread out throughout the event grounds.
The festival will be held on the grounds of Salado Winery & Salado Wine Seller at 841 N. Main St., Salado, rain or shine. Families are welcome! Well-behaved pets on leashes are allowed. Admission is free and wine will be available for purchase. Be sure to also visit the 21st Annual Wildflower Arts & Crafts Festival organized by the Salado Chamber of Commerce on the grounds of the Salado Civic Center at 601 N. Main Street. Free Parking is available throughout the Village and now with Main Street sidewalks complete, it’s very easy to stroll up and down Main Street to visit, eat, shop and stay.