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(BPT) - Entertaining with family and friends is one part of the holiday season that we all look forward to. But holiday hosting can sometimes be harried. To keep you and your guests merry this season, consider hosting a wine party that shines.
(BPT) - Planning a get together with close friends or family this holiday season and fretting over what to serve? Regardless of theme or guest list, a delicious artisanal cheese and wine platter is a great way to start off any gathering. By following these simple guidelines, creating the perfect pairings can be one of the simplest things on your to-do list this holiday season.
From left, Melissa Schneider of Rogers gets help from Dancing Bee Winery employee Salee Lanig of Academy during Walker Honey Farm's Fall Farmers Market on Saturday in Rogers.
ROGERS — Clint Walker spoke hurriedly between bites of a soft taco. “We’ve already got more visitors than usual for this time of day,” he said, as about 150 people milled about Walker Honey Farm in Rogers on Saturday morning. It was the fourth Fall Farmers Market, an event that usually entices 900 to 1,000 to the bazaar-like open-air site.
LAMPASAS — Guests of Saturday’s third annual Wine Tour can enjoy a scenic, daylong adventure featuring the wineries of Lampasas County.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Wine was king at the fifth annual Central Texas Food, Wine and Brew Festival on Saturday at the Harker Heights Community Park.
Brian Gilbert, left, and his wife Larissa Gilbert, right, sample the sweet red wine at the Fiesta Winery tent during the Central Texas Food, Wine & Brew Fest Saturday afternoon at the Harker Heights Community Park.
(NAPSI)—Here’s an idea you might care to raise a glass to: You can give someone you care about—including yourself—the gift of easy access to handcrafted, award-winning, artisan wines not available anywhere else.
(NewsUSA) - South central Pennsylvania, known as Dutch Country Roads (DCR), is like a beautiful patchwork quilt, each region woven together with threads of local color -- especially its culinary treasures, craft beer and wine offerings. From Chambersburg to Reading, Pa., the growing mix of wineries and breweries provides a perfect opportunity to explore the area's culture and cuisine.
For wine connoisseurs and newcomers alike, the Village of Salado hosts its second annual Salado Swirl starting at 5 p.m. Saturday.
BELTON — My Giving Tree Art Gallery and Nolan Creek Winery are teaming up to host the city’s first Art & Wine on the Square festival from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the Bell County Courthouse Square downtown.
Bicyclers and wine enthusiasts are welcome at The Vineyard at Florence on Saturday for the sixth annual Tour de Vineyard bicycle race and the vineyard’s first Texas Wine Festival.
When I moved to Belton a year and a half ago from Fort Worth, I enjoyed the relaxing slow pace of the small city. My husband and I always say it’s the perfect place for us to live, just short drives away from our family, outdoor activities, the music scene in Austin, the Gulf Coast and Big City Lights to the north and south.
Phil Monge, co-owner of Nolan Creek Winery, delivers a flight of wines for tasting.
Customers relax on the patio at Nolan Creek Winery in Belton.
A flight of wines lines up for a tasting on the bar at Nolan Creek Winery in Belton.
BELTON — On a recent Saturday afternoon, the weather was cloudy, cool and windy but that didn’t keep wine lovers from sipping wine on the covered patio at Nolan Creek Winery in downtown Belton.
Spring has definitely sprung.
SALADO — Wine lovers can sample a variety of products this weekend during the fifth annual Wine and Rogue Art Festival.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.