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Vinovium Red, Wine & Blue Festival 2019

@ Vinovium, 214 Edmonds Ave. Johnson City, TX 78636
Vinovium is hosting a Red, Wine & Blue Festival on Sunday, July 7, to celebrate the Texas wine-making region, commemorate its culture and raise money for a scholarship fund that supports future grape growers and winemakers in Texas. There will be over 15 Texas-based wineries, a rib cook-off, local vendors, live music and more. VIP and general admission tickets are available. All wine served at the event will be 100% grown, produced and bottled in Texas. Round trip transportation will also be available to and from the event from Austin and San Antonio for an additional $30 per person. The ticket prices vary: a VIP single tickets are $65, VIP couples tickets are $120, a general admission single ticket is $45 and general admission couples tickets are $85.

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