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Hill Country Wine and Food Festival Set for April 26-28

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Pair Texas wines with local foods.

The third annual Hill Country Wine & Music Festival, a celebration of Texas wine, music and food that benefits the Texas Center for Wine and Culinary Arts in Fredericksburg, will be held April 26-28.

The three-day festival is held at Wildseed Farms on Highway 290 just east of Fredericksburg.

The event kicks off on Thursday, April 26, with a Texas vintners dinner at the Cabaret Grill.

Friday, April 27, brings an evening of Texas food and wine pairings with authors Terry Thompson-Anderson and Russ Kane, who will be signing copies of their latest books. The cost is $100 a person and includes both books.

Saturday festival highlights include tastings from Torre di Pietra Vineyards, Grape Creek Vineyard, Becker Vineyards, Texas Hills Vineyards, Fall Creek Vineyards, Chisholm Trail Winery, Fredericksburg Winery, Cap Rock Winery, Messina Hof Winery and Sandstone Cellars.

Food artisans and restaurants include CKC Farms, Dos Lunas Cheese, Texas Olive Ranch, Texas Hill Country Olive Company, New Bread Rising, Lick Ice Creams, Zhi Tea, Edis Chocolates, Kerbey Lane Cafe and Navajo Grill.

Music by Trevor La Bonte, John Arthur Martinez and Joel Guzman, Almost Patsy Cline Band and Thomas Michael Riley.

For more information on the festival, click here.


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