TEXAS WINE REVOLUTION 2018

Sunday, April 22 2018, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM [CST]

200 Hi Circle N, Horseshoe Bay, Texas, United States

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General Admission Partial Approval -$50.00

Ticket includes entry to TWR on 4/22/18, a tasting glass, program/map, 6 bottle tote bag, food samples, & tasting of 25+ Texas grown Rosé wines. Event will take place rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable, but transferable.

VIP Add-on Partial Approval - $39.00

This ticket is an additional add-on to your General Admission ticket to TWR '18 and gets you access to VIP session from 11am-1pm. VIP session includes light breakfast, meet/taste/greet w/ winemakers of up to 12 wineries, (1) extra etched crystal wine glass, a VIP panel session from 11:30-12:30, & early access to all wineries before general ticket holders are admitted.

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Event Information

Sunday, April 22 2018, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM [CST]

About the Events

 

3rd Annual

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2018

1PM - 5PM

            HORSESHOE BAY RESORT           

Horseshoe Bay, TX

 

Texas Wine Revolution is an annual festival, showcasing the beauty of Texas grown wines and this year, specifically 100% Texas grown Rosé wines. This is a unique event that will provide exposure to this Texas winemaking style for years to come. Featuring 25+ Texas wineries, winemakers, and their 100% Texas grown Rosé, the afternoon will also include Rosé tastings, live music, local foods, educational seminars, interactive activities, silent auction, plenty of picture opportunities, and picnic areas on the gorgeous property of Horseshoe Bay Resort. Celebrate with us and meet local wineries, winemakers, farmers, and chefs for an awakening and education of Real Texas Wine.

 

BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM AT HORSESHOE BAY RESORT

Visit link below to book your hotel room and get a discounted event room!

CLICK HERE TO MAKE RESERVATION AT HORSESHOE BAY

 

FESTIVAL ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE: 

  • Complimentary 6 bottle tote bag, logoed wine glass (for tasting and take home), a booklet featuring each participating winery that will double as a "passport" and notebook

  • Tastings of 25+ 100% Texas grown Rosés from Texas wineries and winemakers

  • Live music

  • Educational seminars

  • Option to purchase bottles and glasses from participating wineries

  • Local Restaurants/Food vendors with complimentary samples, as well as food for purchase

     

     

BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM AT HORSESHOE BAY RESORT

Visit link below to book your hotel room and get a discounted event room!

CLICK HERE TO MAKE RESERVATION AT HORSESHOE BAY

 

SCHEDULE OF THE DAY
10:30 - 11:00
VIP check in 
11:00 - 11:30
VIPs taste VIP wineries & meet the makers on Lawn
 
11:30 - 12:30
VIP seminar in Tent Pavilion
 
12:30 
VIPs released to Lawn & begin early tasting
 
 
12:45
Check-in/registration for general admission begins
 
1:00 – 5:00
Taste 49 Rosés
Pair your Rosés with all 5 food samples
Try more Texas foods from all 5 vendor menus
Get your photo taken @ barrel booth
Browse silent auction items (closes at 4:45pm)
Buy a TWR Tshirt & poster at the TWR table
 
1:45 -2:05
Educational Seminar: Jessica Dupuy
“Where Texas rosés come from & overview of varietals”
 
2:45 - 3:15
Educational Seminar: David Furer
“Rosés & Rations” food pairing ftg. Antonelli’s Cheese,
Bryan’s on 290, Horseshoe Bay Resort
 
3:45 - 4:05
Educational Seminar: Phil Price, Fall Creek Winemaker
“Different styles of Rosés in Texas”
 
4:45
Silent Auction closes
*Must collect your items by 5:05 @ check-in tables
 
5:00
Festival ends

 

 

FAQs

WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS THE DAY OF THE EVENT?

The event will take place rain or shine! If there is inclement weather, it will mainly take place indoors.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

This is not a black tie event and you don't need to wear your finest! It is an outdoor event. Ladies, we recommend comfortable shoes (no high heels or wedges) due to mixed ground surfaces of grass, concrete, and gravel. Check out "Photos" tab to see last year's crowd and attire. 

DO I NEED TO PRINT MY TICKET AND BRING WITH ME TO THE EVENT?

No. Let's save some trees! Please bring your current/valid photo I.D.. PLEASE make sure your name was used to buy your ticket (meaning you have a ticket in YOUR name, not the person's who bought it for you)! If you are unsure if it is, please login to check or email info@texaswinerevolution.com.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE TICKET PRICE?

A sample from each food vendor, a tasting of each wine from each winery/vintner, water, live entertainment, a 6 bottle tote bag to carry your purchases, a wine glass for wine tasting, a pen, and a passport/booklet to guide you through the event is all included in your ticket price, and possibly more!

DO I NEED TO BRING CASH/CREDIT CARDS FOR EXTRA PURCHASES?

Most all wineries and food vendors will have items for sale (in addition to complimentary samples that are included in your ticket price), please bring cash and/or credit cards for these additional purchases.

WILL DEBIT OR CREDIT CARDS BE ACCEPTED?

There will not be an ATM on site, although most if not all vendors will have their own POS system to accept debit and credit cards.

IS THERE A DISCOUNT FOR CHILDREN

This event is geared towards ages 21+. Children under 12 are free, though they of course will not receive any wine samples or the swag bag given to paid ticket holders 21 years of age and older. 

ARE DOGS/PETS ALLOWED AT THE EVENT?

No.

CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD OR BEVERAGES

No.

ARE COOLERS PERMITTED?

No. Coolers are not permitted nor are any outside foods or beverages.

LOST AND FOUND

Texas Wine Revolution is not responsible for lost items. However, after the event, please email us at info@texaswinerevolution.com with description, name, phone # about any items that may have gone missing. Texas Wine Revolution will not be held responsible for unclaimed items.

REFUNDS?

Sorry, no refunds. Tickets are transferrale to another person's name. You must create a username/account to be able to transfer/change the name on the ticket. All attendees must have their name on their ticket to get in. 

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About the Organizer

Texas Wine Revolution is a 501c6 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting consumer education and awareness of Texas grown wines. To achieve our purpose, the Texas Wine Revolution festival was created in 2016 and will continue to be an annual event devoted to endorsing Texas grown wines by showcasing Texas wineries, winemakers, vineyards, farmers, chefs, Texas cuisine, and the wine industry.

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Event Speakers

David Furer

Sommelier

Since 1986, David has performed many roles in the alcohol beverage industry having written about wines, beers, spirits, even of food and cigars for media outlets throughout the world.

Jessica Dupuy

Certified Sommelier (CS), Writer

Jessica is Wine & Spirits editor for Texas Monthly magazine and her other writing credits include work for National Geographic Traveler, Imbibe, Wine Enthusiast, Guild of Sommeliers, and SevenFifty Daily. In her coverage of Texas wine and spirits for the past 10 years, she’s discovered a deeper passion for the world of all things fermented and distilled.

jessicadupuy.com
Phillip Price

Winemaker

Phillip Boyd Price, Jr., who joined the Fall Creek team as Assistant Winemaker in 2015. Price holds an undergraduate degree in Environmental Science and a Master’s Degree in Agriculture (Enology and Viticulture) from California Polytechnic State University, where he also taught viticulture.

www.fcv.com
Russ Kane

Writer, Edible Houston

Dr. Russell Kane is a wine writer and blogger at vintagetexas.com, a certified master naturalist, and shares his time between Houston and the Texas Hill Country. He is author of two books on Texas wine: The Wineslinger Chronicles: Texas on the Vine, and Texas Hill Country Wineries, and a regular contributor to Edible Houston. As a naturalist and wine writer, Russell Kane will have his nose in a glass of wine if he’s not working in his garden or out exploring nature.

vintagetexas.com
Dale Robertson

Wine Columnist, Houston Chronicle

Dale Robertson, 65, spent 18 years with the Houston Post (1972-90) before joining the Chronicle in the fall of 1990. Dave is a well-known sports writer and also serves as the Chronicle’s wine columnist.

Chris Brundrett

Winegrower

Brundrett has established his career in the Texas Hill Country as one of the state's fastest rising young winegrowers. While earning a horticulture degree from Texas A&M, Chris spent time in the Hill Country, acquiring experience in both the winery and the vineyard. He then quickly proceeded to take on head winemaking responsibilities. In 2008, he formed a visionary partnership with William 'Bill' Blackmon to form William Chris Vineyards.

williamchriswines.com

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