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Grape Stomp at Dry Comal Creek: 3 Weekends of Unique Entertainment

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Have a foot-stompin’ good time for three Saturdays in a row at Dry Comal Creek Winery, outside of New Braunfels. The hugely popular annual Grape Stomp has been extended for the first time, to include three weekends of opportunity to do some grape stomping at the Winery. Tickets are on sale now (but selling fast!) so be sure to get your tickets soon and make plans to attend this unique event. Each Saturday event has a different theme this year, providing tons of fun and entertainment for all ages.

Saturday, July 29: “Wining Texas Style”

Feet in Grapes

Photo: Flickr/Luke

Get an authentic Texas winery-style experience at the winery’s opening day of Grape Stomp. Enjoy a catered lunch from a local staple and favorite, New Braunfels Smokehouse, with choices of Chopped Brisket Sandwich or Turkey Bacon Salad Sandwich. Food will be paired with Dry Comal Creek’s famous Comal Red. After the stompin’ is done, your toes are sure to be tapping to the funky sounds of music by Soul Sessions.

Saturday, August 5: “Passing A Good Time”

Grape Stomp

Photo: Facebook/Dry Comal Creek Vineyards and Winery

Things are sure to get spicy as Dry Comal Creek puts a little Cajun spin on Grape Stomp. With Cajun on da Geaux serving up your choice of Cajun Pasta Salad or Blackened Chicken Wrap, you can bet your etouffee that the winery will be pairing this deliciousness with their wildly popular French Colombard varietal. When your feet are good and purple from all the stomping, music provided by long-time Grape Stomp favorite, Jazz, Blues and Diamonds gets the party started.

Saturday, August 12: “Rockin’ and Stompin’”

stomp barrel
Photo: Flickr/Kendal Miller

The last weekend of Grape Stomp comes to a rockin’ end with some spicy food and wine pairings. Mi Frijoles Taco Cart will be serving their fresh and sought after beef, chicken, pork or mixed street tacos with a homemade salsa bar complemented by the winery’s award-winning Black Spanish. Music by Zack Walther Band seals the deal with a big finish for three weekends of Grape Stomp fun.

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