Think Pink at the Texas Wine Revolution

The wildflowers aren’t the only thing blooming this time of year in Texas. While I’m a proponent of drinking rosé all year, sales of the pretty pink bottles soar in spring and summer. To kick off the season, Texas Wine Revolution will be held at the Horseshoe Bay Resort on Sunday, April 22nd from 1-5pm.

It is your opportunity to sample over 40 wines from more than 25 wineries around the state, with the focus being on 100% Texas rosé. Food Vendors, educational seminars, music and an auction will round out the day.

The event, which was started by William Chris Vineyards, will feature both their signature bottle and samples of canned wine Sway Rosé, a side project of Chris Brundrett and Lost Draw Cellars’ Andrew Sides. Look for Dandy Rosé by Rae Wilson, bottles from Lewis, Becker Vineyards, Lost Draw Cellars, Messina Hof, Fall Creek, McPherson, Spicewood, Perissos and more. To purchase tickets and for a complete listing of wineries, food vendors, and additional details, visit their site Texas Wine Revolution. Hope to see you there!

See Press Release Below:

THIRD ANNUAL TEXAS WINE REVOLUTION RETURNS

ON APRIL 22 AT HORSESHOE BAY RESORT

Tickets Now on Sale for Wine Festival Showcasing Texas Grown Rosé Featuring More Than 30 Wineries & 40 Rosé Wines

AUSTIN, TX (March 29, 2018) – Texas Wine Revolution is excited to announce its third annual festival that will take place on Sunday, April 22, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Horseshoe Bay Resort. The festival was developed to bring together Texas wineries, winemakers, and consumers to showcase the beauty of Texas-grown wine, specifically rosé-style wine. Along with the 100% Texas-grown winery William Chris Vineyards and Yes We Can Wine, featured wineries this year include Becker Vineyards, Lost Draw Cellars, Messina Hof, Dandy Rosé, Lewis Wines, McPherson Cellars, and many more.

Guests can expect 40+ rosé tastings, live Texas music, and Texas cuisine provided by local farmers and chefs from Garbo’s Fresh Maine Lobster, Bryan’s on 290, Gillen’s Candies, Hill Country Salt, and more, who will be offering complimentary samples along with a menu for purchases. The afternoon will also include wine education seminars, opportunities to meet the makers, a silent auction, opportunities to purchase limited edition wines, picnic areas, and a picturesque setting for photos on the grand property of Horseshoe Bay Resort.

“It is incredibly exciting to see the growth, demand, and love for Texas-grown wine following the first two years of our festival. This year, we are especially glad to partner with the crew at Horseshoe Bay Resort to elevate the overall festival experience so that attendees can enjoy a world-class setting while sampling world-class 100% Texas-grown rosés alongside Texas cuisine and Texas music,” says Kate Shelley, festival organizer and founding board member of the non-profit organization.

Tickets are now on sale for $50 and include up to 47 tastings of rosé wines, a free sample of Texas cuisine from each attending food vendor, a six-bottle wine tote, a keepsake crystal wine glass, a mini “passport” for your tasting notes, and other fun swag items and perks.

To purchase tickets and for more information on Texas Wine Revolution, please visit www.TexasWineRevolution.com.

Disclosure-I have received media passes to the event which I HOPE to be able to use. I am sharing regardless because I believe in, and love sharing, Texas Wine.

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Being a stay- at-home mom can leave one thirsting for a taste of the outside world, a world in which sentences are composed of more than three words. Being an educator means one is always seeking an opportunity to explore and learn. Being a woman with a need to connect can be a challenge when adult conversations are rare. In wine, I find the marriage of art and science, agriculture and storytelling provides limitless areas to explore. But it is the people that keep me engaged. The tenacity needed to keep the family dream alive, the risk to start anew, the trials and principles. I love the history of the vine, the impact of a season, the sentiment in the bottle. That is why I write. I write to tell their stories, to share a piece of mine. I write to learn as I teach others. I write to connect with new friends, to disconnect from the world. I write to celebrate what makes each of us unique, and that which ties us together.

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