25th Annual Blessing of the Vines and Wine Trail

Saturday, April 8
10:00 AM

This is the Annual 25th anniversary of the Blessing of the Vines. Please note this is the first year it will be held at the Town Square Gazebo. The Blessing of the Vines is a free event.

This event will include:

  • A Texas priest will perform a blessing of Texas grown wines
  • Live entertainment
  • Complimentary wine tasting
  • Cheese and bread
  •  A 1 year old Champanel grape vine to take home

Saturday, April 8
11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

The New Vintage Wine & Gallery Trail will follow the Blessing of the Vines. Tickets for this event are $45.00 per person. Ticket price will include: a souvenir wine glass, three 1-oz wine tastings and one food sample at each participating winery. Purchase your tickets online and pick them up on the day of the event at the Town Square Gazebo. Then make your way to each participating winery.

Participating wineries are:

If you are the designated driver, make sure you register at the Town Square. By registering you will receive complimentary food at each winery. You will also be entered into a drawing to win a gift basket full of items from Grapevine merchants. This gift basket is valued at over $500.00. Winner will be notified by phone or email on Monday, April 10.

Stroll along Grapevine’s Historic Main Street to visit numerous art galleries and fine art working studios.  Make sure to visit the Grand Gallery and Tower Gallery at the Grapevine Visitor Information Center.

For more information, call (817) 410-3185.

Grapevine’s Town Square Gazebo
325 South Main Street
Grapevine, TX 76051


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