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Pedernales Cellars

6th Annual Grape Stomp at Pedernales Cellars – September 6

September 5th, 2014 by Jeff

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Discover your inner vintner by stomping grapes the old-fashioned way at this annual celebration of the harvest at Pedernales Cellars. A commemorative t-shirt will be available for purchase where you can make footprints as a souvenir of this unique experience.

Noon to 5 pm. Event is free.

Pedernales Cellars is at 2916 Upper Albert Road.  Call 830-644-2037 for more information.

6th Annual Pedernales Cellars Grape Stomp August 22-24

August 18th, 2014 by Jeff

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Discover your inner vintner by stomping grapes the old-fashioned way at this annual celebration of the harvest at Pedernales Cellars. A commemorative t-shirt will be available for purchase where you can make footprints as a souvenir of this unique experience.

Noon to 5 pm. Event is free.

Pedernales Cellars is at 2916 Upper Albert Road.  Call 830-644-2037 for more information.

3rd Annual Kite Festival at Pedernales Cellars – July 4

July 2nd, 2014 by Jeff

Join Pedernales Cellars, 2916 Upper Albert Road, for its annual celebration of American Independence Day with a show of free-flying kites. Bring a picnic and a kite and Pedernales Cellars will offer a selection of fine wine and free live music to make for a perfect afternoon of celebration.

Noon to 5 pm. Event is free but wine tasting fees do apply. Call (830) 644-2037 for more information.

Roses and Rosé Mother’s Day Celebration at Pedernales Cellars – 5/11

May 9th, 2014 by Jeff

Join Pedernales Cellars in celebrating moms, 2916 Upper Albert Rd.!  In acknowledgement of all they do, the first 100 moms will receive a rose.  During the day, Pedernales will feature its Dry Rosé and in the afternoon from 2 to 5 pm, there will be live music on the deck.  Treat your mom to a special day in the Texas Wine Country.  The winery will be open from noon to 5 pm.

Pedernales Cellars Tasting Room Birthday Bash

December 12th, 2013 by Jeff

Pedernales Cellars Tasting Room, 2916 Upper Albert Road, will celebrate their 5th birthday with wine, cake and live music. Opening in 2008 with its 2006 vintage on the shelf, Pedernales Cellars Tasting Room has tripled in size and significantly expanded its wine selection. Even as we grow, however, we remain the Texas Hill Country’s premier boutique winery. Call 830-644-2037

Noon to 5 pm.

Spring Barrel Tasting at Pedernales Cellars – 5/11

May 8th, 2013 by Jeff

A special chance to get a preview of next year’s vintages at this wine trail event.  Book your tickets with www.txwinetrail.com  in order to sip directly from the barrel at Pedernales Cellars.  You will be able to reserve your own exclusive time slot, and to talk one on one about wine and winemaking in the cellar where it happens.  Pedernales Cellars is at 2916 Upper Albert Road in Stonewall.  Call (830) 644-2037 for details.

Cooking Demonstration and Pairings at Pedernales Cellars – May 20

May 17th, 2011 by Jeff

Join Pedernales Cellars for a wine & food cooking demonstration/pairing by their very own Food Dude, Bob Nascimento. Bob will demonstrate the execution of an appetizer and entree for the audience and pair several of their award winning wines with the dishes. The event is free to the public. Recipes will be available at the time of the class.

Pedernales Cellars is located 17 miles from Fredericksburg, off of Highway 290 East, at 2916 Upper Albert Road. For directions and more information, please visit www.pedernalescellars.com.

Pedernales Cellars Tempranillo 2009 picked Texas Monthly’s Wine of the Month

April 21st, 2011 by Jeff

Patricia Sharpe, executive editor with Texas Monthly, has just named Pedernales Cellars Tempranillo, 2009, as Wine of the Month for March 2011 in her blog, Eat My Words.

Brian Phillips, beverage director and sommelier at Haddington’s in Austin a fairly new Rustic American Tavern serving upscale pub food and an array of hand-crafted cocktails and specialty beer and wine . . . recently served me a glass of this . . . and I was amazed at its full, rounded flavor as well as its levity. (Almost like a Pinot Noir.) It stood on its own as a great sipping wine. This selection is very different than the other Tempranillos we’ve shared in the past, and it’s worth discovering for yourself.