Where to Go Grape Stomping in the Texas Hill Country

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By Christina Legrand

It’s that time of year in Texas when grapes must be stomped. Texas harvest season in the Hill Country is usually between July and September, and the most fun time is when you can participate in a grape stomp at a Texas winery. Get your feet dirty, usually put them on a t-shirt, and bring your memento home. The best thing is grape stomps are something you can do with the whole family.

Here are some Texas Hill Country wineries where you can participate in grape stomping.

August 6, 13, and 20, 2016

Pedernales Cellars
Stonewall, Texas
Available for purchase will be a commemorative 2016 Grape Stomp T-Shirt which you can decorate with your very own purple footprints. Grape stomp will run from noon-5 p.m.

August 6-7 and August 13-14, 2016

Dry Comal Creek
New Braunfels, Texas
For those with a competitive spirit, any two adults can participate in this event. One will do the “stomping” and the other will do the “collecting.” The couple producing the most juice in the allotted time wins!

August 13, 2016

Hye Meadow Winery
Hye, Texas
Enjoy a beautiful setting and wine in one of the Hill Country’s up and coming wine areas in Hye along with a grape stomp. 

August 13, 2016

Westcave Cellars
Round Mountain, Texas
Get your feet stomping to great music and delicious BBQ. 

August 13-14 and August 20-21, 2016

William Chris Vineyards
Hye, Texas
Stomp grapes, get a commemorative t-shirt, and enjoy some great Texas wine.

August 20 & 27, 2016

Fall Creek Vineyards
Tow, Texas
Participate in one of the oldest grape stomps in Texas at the 27th annual Grape Stomp and Harvest Festival.

August 26-27, 2016

Messina Hof
Fredericksburg, Texas
Enjoy a unique experience including grape picking and stomping at Messina Hof’s Hill Country location.

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