California might be known as wine country, but Texas-made wines prove that we can hold our own. Whether youre a wine snob or just want to add another wine glass to your collection, youll want to hit up these wine festivals throughout the Lone Star State.
April 6-9, Dallas, (214) 977-8152, savordallas.com
Drink your way through the best of Dallas wine selection and sober up on the citys most succulent dishes.
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VinoPalooza Wine Fest
April 8-9, Fort Worth, Dallas, vino-palooza.com
Be sure to catch this traveling wine festival as it makes its way to Fort Worth and Dallas.
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Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair
April 6-9, Multiple locations, Houston, sugarlandwineandfoodaffair.com
This Houston suburbs festival offers packages ranging from casual wine tastings to grand dinners.
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Rootstock: A Texas Wine Festival
April 22, 101 N University Parks Dr, Waco, (254) 848-4343 rootstockwinefest.com
Rootstock brings 18 of the top wineries in the Lone Star State under one roof. Youre welcome.
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Wine and Roses Festival
April 22, 4545 Old Reliance Road, Bryan, (979) 778-9463, messinahof.com/wineandroses
Learn how to pair chocolate and wine or compete in the grape stomp like youre Lucy Ricardo.
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Granbury Wine Walk
April 27-29, 100 E State Loop 426, Granbury, granburywinewalk.com
Spend some time strolling through downtown Granbury while you sample up to 15 Texas wines.
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Austin Food + Wine Festival
April 28-30, Multiple locations, Austin, austinfoodandwinefestival.com
Foodies cant miss this fest: Chopped judges Aaron Sanchez and Amanda Freitag will demo their cooking skills.
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