San Saba County Sip N’ Stroll Wine Tasting Event

San Saba

San Saba 8th Annual Sip N Stroll Wine Tasting Event and Lighted Christmas Parade Returns


Come experience San Saba! Our 8th annual Sip N Stroll returns with a terrific Texas winery lineup and great local merchants, followed by our traditional Lighted Christmas Parade. This is a wonderful opportunity to be part of our Texas small-town community and to support our local merchants while tasting and purchasing a fantastic range of Texas wines. Gather up some wine-loving friends and family and buy your tickets now. All wineries will have their signature wines for sale by the glass or bottle.

San Saba
San Saba main street

Afterward, stay and enjoy the lighted Christmas Parade beginning at 6:30 pm. Everyone is invited. If you choose to spend the night, there are several bed and breakfast, hotels and motels.

8th Annual Chamber of Commerce
Sip N Stroll Wine Tasting Event
Advance Price – $35 Per Ticket *
Door Price – $45 Per Ticket *
Limited # Tickets at the door
* Plus Eventbrite Fee’s
Only 800 Tickets will be sold!!
Get your tickets before they sell out.
Please note, tickets are non-refundable.


Saturday, December 11


2-6 PM (followed by Christmas Parade at 6:30)


San Saba city center

San Saba
San Saba Santa

Ten tasting tickets


$35 per person

Buy Tickets
San Saba
Wedding Oak Winery San Saba
Fiesta Winery
Flat  Creek
Pillar Bluff
Spirit of Texas
Texas Hills
Texas Legato
Torr Na Lochs
Wedding Oak Winery


The Visitor Center, 120 S. Cherokee (Hwy 16), San Saba

About San Saba

San Saba is located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. First explored in 1732 by Spaniards, Anglo-Americans arrived in San Saba in 1839. The county was created in 1856 and is bordered on the north and east by the Colorado River and crossed by the San Saba River, for which the county is named.

Picturesque and functional pecan trees can be found in the many orchards around San Saba county as well as in the yards of homes. Our pecans are shipped worldwide to businesses and individuals from the numerous pecan producers in San Saba.

The area is also known as a major agricultural area producing wool, mohair, cattle, and hogs. San Saba is a dynamic community with a diverse range of things to see and do.

From our thriving downtown businesses and retail shopping to our many historic sites and breathtaking wildlife and wildflowers, there is something for everyone to enjoy while visiting San Saba.


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