Now that the weather is cooling down some, it?s time to get out and enjoy some wine festivals! Fall is a busy time for wine events in Texas, especially October, which just so happens to be Texas Wine Month.

  • 5th Annual Texas Wine Festival– October 6th– Tomball- $35 for 10 tasting tickets, a commemorative wine glass, and music, plus access to food vendors and breweries
  • Autumn Art and Texas Wine Festival– October 6th and 7th– Spring- $35 gets you 15 tasting tickets and a commemorative wine glass, plus you can wander around the festival or venture into Old Town Spring for some shopping
  • Bluebonnet Wine Trail?s October Wine and Sausage Trail– October 6th, 7th, 13th, and 14th– Houston, College Station, Brenham- $35 for 1 or $56 for 2 gets you 2 tastings and a sausage appetizer at each of 7 wineries along the trail, plus a small gift at the 6th winery
  • Brenner?s on the Bayou Fall Wine Fest– Houston- October 13th– $99 for music, wine, and food
  • Kemah Wine Fest– October 13th- Kemah- $59.95 for samples of 72 different wines, appetizers from 8 restaurants, vendor giveaways, and live music
  • Monterey Square Wine and Arts Fair– October 13th– Wharton- $25 for 10 tasting tickets and a commemorative glass, plus an opportunity to stroll around downtown Wharton
  • Bernhardt Winery?s Fall Wine Fest– October 27th- Montgomery- This fall festival has it all- wine, shopping, music, train rides through the vineyard, a pumpkin patch, and food trucks
  • Katy Sip n Stroll– November 3rd– Katy- $35 for an evening of food, wine, shopping for local crafts, a silent auction, and a charity cork pull


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