Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard and Winery, Harleton
During a Girls Weekend in East Texas, my friends and I visited Enoch’s Stomp for a tour of the vineyards and the tasting room! We had an incredible time! I’ve done my share of vineyard tours and this was definitely one of my favorites!
Take a look at my pictures but keep in mind we were visiting in mid-February. Come April these vines will be full of leaves and little grapes!
The Tour was really affordable, about $12/person.
Most of the grapes for their award-winning wines are grown at the vineyard!
During the tour we learned SO much! It was not only fun but really informative, but in a fun way!
Can you just imagine how amazing this will look in just a few weeks? They grow 3 different types of grapes at the vineyard,
The main dining room serves dinner on Friday and Saturday Nights. Reservations are recommended.
After we toured the vineyard and dining area, we headed to where the wine is made! We were allowed a few tastings, too, which just made learning a little more enjoyable!
The tasting room has an incredible patio overlooking the piney woods and vineyard! They are open for tastings and light lunch Wednesday – Sunday.
Enoch’s Stomp has won many awards for their wines.
Before our tour, we had lunch at the Tasting Room. I’m not much a wine drinker, so I loved that they offer these cute little flights of different wines. I had the sweet mix, of course, and my friends ordered the others. I absolutely loved the Susan’s Secret, made with grapes grown there at the vineyard! I also loved the clean and crisp Muscat Canelli, made from grapes grown in the Texas Panhandle.
While you might think about drinking right out of these cute little bottles, they showed us how to pour and even swish out our stemware between glasses.
To accompany our wine, we ordered a charcutterie board, filled with meats, grapes, cheeses and crackers. My friends and I also shared the tomato and basil brushetta, which I loved, as well as a cranberry chicken salad wrap.
Click HERE to read more about the Piney Woods Wine Trail.
Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard and Winery
871 Ferguson Rd., Harleton
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