Wedding Oak Winery Shares Live Music Events, Tasting Room Specials & Harvest Update
Wedding Oak Winery has exciting August events happening all month.
We’re in the dog days of summer now and what a lovely summer it’s been! The winery is continuing their Live Music Series through the end of summer, and is looking forward to a successful 2021 Harvest!
Crazy Days of August White Wine Sale
MEMBER DISCOUNTS ALSO APPLY
Swing by any of their three tasting rooms this August for 15% off any three or more white wines, including Castanet Rosé and Bridal Bliss! Their members will also have the added benefit of their regular discount on top of this. Limit one deal per guest throughout the month.
Offer only available in the three tasting rooms. No online orders; no shipping because of the heat. Offer good through August 31.
Summer Live Music Series – Fredericksburg Tasting Room
August 22nd and August 29th for: Bryan Anders
Join them as Bryan Anders plays live music for you in their Tasting Room where they’ll be sharing their wines! Now serving light bites available for purchase.
HARVEST 2021 PREDICTIONS
From Winemaker Seth Urbanek
WHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2021 GRAPE HARVEST:
2021 is far from being an ordinary year. If you guessed that the extreme weather in Texas will have an impact on this year’s grape crop, you guessed right. Despite the significant impact of the weather on our vineyards, we are starting the 2021 harvest with a lot of optimism for an excellent vintage. I wrote about my views on vineyard conditions as we start the 2021 harvest.
2021 LA GRANGE UNCORKED
UNCORKED IS FILLED WITH FUN AND WINE!
Saturday, September 18, 2021
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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.