It’s a Seven Year Celebration for Wedding Oak Winery

Friday 31st, May 2019 / 14:06 Written by
It’s a Seven Year Celebration for Wedding Oak Winery
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Wedding Oak Winery is Having Their Seven Year Anniversary Celebration

It’s been seven years of good luck for Wedding Oak Winery! Join them at their San Saba or Fredericksburg location on Saturday June 1, 2019 and Sunday June 2, 2019 to help celebrate seven years of Award Winning – 100% Texas grown wine. 

Join them as they toast another year of wine making.  Enjoy complimentary cake and a toast with Bridal Bliss sparkling* wine. They’ll have special library wine tastings, door prizes and discounts on wine purchases. Join them for music on the patio featuring Double-Barrel Saturday June 1, from 2-5 p.m. at their Fredericksburg tasting room and Mike Gallo at their San Saba tasting room. Relax, enjoy and celebrate as they kick off another year of producing 100% Texas grown wines.

Wedding Oak Winery

Their *Bridal Bliss Sparkling is a blend of 73.2% Muscat Canelli, 14.6% Gewurztraminer, 12.2% Riesling, all grown in the Texas High Plains.

Tasting Notes
This bubbly wine predominately from the Muscat Canelli grape is a very popular wine with most everyone either as a sipping wine or for a celebration. Perfumed nose of white flowers, pears and citrus peel. Flavors of pear and grapefruit are predominate on the palate with a slightly sweet finish of lingering peach pit.

What: 7th Anniversary

When:  Saturday June 1, 2019 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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 Sunday June 2, 2019 – 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where: San Saba Tasting Room or their newly opened Fredericksburg Tasting Room

Wedding Oak Winery

About Wedding Oak Winery

Wine is about the shared pleasures of life — slowing down long enough to appreciate the blessings of the land while enjoying local food and wine with friends, family and community. That’s where we began.

We take our inspiration and name from the majestic, 400 year-old oak tree, known as the Wedding Oak Tree, which grows about 2.5 miles northwest from the winery. The stately tree has been the symbolic site of numerous ceremonies and weddings, beginning with Native Americans on to early settlers and continuing to this day. It reminds us of the importance of nature, the importance of place and the importance of celebrating relationships.

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