Texas Grape Stomps and Grape Harvest Festivals, 2021

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July and August in Texas may be hot, but it’s also Grape Harvest Time!  Many of the Wineries and Vineyards offer fun Grape Stomps and Festivals for the entire family, with great activities, food, tours, live music and of course, tastings!  Some are rather proper and some are just good fun!


Grapefest 2021, Grapevine The largest Grape Stomp and Festival in the Southwest, Grapefest returns in 2021 to Downtown Grapevine! Enjoy live music, vendors, Grape Stomps and so much more! Dates are September 16-19th!

Haak Vineyards and Winery, Santa Fe

On July 17th, head South of Houston to Haak Vineyards and Winery for their fun Grape Stomp and Harvest Festival!

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Blue Lotus Winery, Seguin

Purchase your tickets in advance for the Grape Stomp on July 31st!

Lost Oak Winery, Burleson  The annual Grape Stomp is scheduled for August 7th! Buy your tickets now because they always sell out quickly!

Majek Vineyard and Winery, Shulenburg

Please refer to their website for events.

Bernhardt Winery, Planterville

Grape Stomp and Sunday Concerts are always fun! The Grape Stomp is August 7th, so make your plans now!

Dry Comal Creek, New Braunfels

It’s always a party at Dry Comal Creek every weekend!

Pedernales Cellars, Stonewall

Enjoy the vineyards on September 4th for their Annual Grape Stomp!

Fall Creek Vineyard, Tow 

Join them on August 1st, when the grapes are ready to harvest!

Becker Vineyards, Stonewall

The Becker Lavender Festival will take place October 16-17.

Pleasant Hill Winery, Brenham 

July 24-25, July 31-August 1, August 7-8, August 14-15 2021

Windy Winery, Brenham

Join them every weekend in July and August for their fun Grape Stomp!

Messina Hoff in Fredericksburg and Bryan celebrates on several weekends in July and August, with both Friday Night events and Saturday Harvest, along with other fun events!  Purchase your tickets in advance as these do sell out!

Enoch’s Stomp, Harleton Located just outside of Longview, this fun East Texas Winery host it’s annual stomp on August 21st!

Tips Before You Go

Grape Stomps are fun and social events, but the stomping part can be a little messy.  Grape juice will not come out so dress accordingly.

I find it a little helpful to moisturize my feet well before entering the Grapes, and then they are much less likely to stain.

Purchase your tickets in advance, most Grape Stomps sell out quickly.

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