The annual Texas Wine Revolution was this past Sunday and yes, we made it even though we had to drive towards a couple of tornados and then divert to a different route because the weather was getting too intense and then wait it out in a parking garage for a little bit (which aren't you not supposed to be in a parking garage in case it collapses? Idk.) Anyway, by the time we got to Fredericksburg the blue skies were starting to show and it turned out to be a really nice Sunday afternoon in the Texas Hill Country!
Texas Wine Revolution is a non-profit that is "devoted to endorsing Texas grown wines by showcasing Texas wineries, winemakers, vineyards, farmers, chefs, Texas cuisine, and the wine industry." This year they were showcasing Texas grown Rosé. There were over 30 different wineries and 40 rosés to taste, and they were sooo good! There was live music, food, a photo booth, a silent auction, a merch table...Sam and I were pretty content to literally rosé all day.
You can find out more about Texas Wine Revolution on their website texaswinerevolution.com and put it on your calendar to go next year!