Saturday, July 14, 2012, from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
831 North Main Street
Salado, Texas 76571
The Village of Salado invites you to its first annual “Salado Swirl.” For those who know the “Six S’s” of wine tasting this is the event for you! The “Salado Swirl” will be held throughout the Village of Salado.
This one-day event promises to satisfy all of your culinary delights from wine tastings to enjoying local cuisine while listening to music.
The following Texas wineries and Salado shops participating are: Salado Creek Winery will be hosted at Salado Glassworks; Salado Wine Seller will be hosted at Salado Wine Seller; Fiesta Vineyards will be hosted by Springhouse; Rising Star Vineyards will be hosted by Charlotte’s of Salado; Journey Vineyards will be hosted by Prellop Fine Art Gallery; Georgetown Winery will be hosted by Inn on the Creek and Dancing Bee Winery will be hosted by Salado Mercantile, The Vineyard at Florence will be hosted by Horsefeathers, and Inwood Estates Vineyard will be hosted by The Range.
This is a ticketed event for $59.95 per person. But for a limited amount of time the first 150 participants that purchase tickets online will receive $20.00 off the original price of the ticket bringing it to a total price of $39.95. Each participant will receive: 1 signature Salado Swirl wine glass, 1 event keepsake poster, a purchase certificate from participating merchants, one goody bag, and a passport to show locations of participating merchants and wineries.
Tickets must be purchased in advance at www.saladoevents.com. There is a limited amount of tickets so make your purchase soon.
For event details, updated information and ticket information visit us online at www.saladoevents.com or contact the Village of Salado Tourism office at 254-947-8634 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Village of Salado:
The Village of Salado is located in Central Texas approximately 51 miles north of Austin and 51 miles south of Waco. The Village is a popular tourist destination due to its rich history, idyllic setting on the Salado Creek, and its growing arts and cultural community. Salado has been home to many esteemed individuals including authors, Liz Carpenter and A.C. Greene, two Texas governors, Governor James E. Ferguson and Governor Miriam “Ma” Ferguson and visits by numerous historical figures such as Sam Houston and General George Custer. For more information visit the Village of Salado online at www.salado.com or contact Debbie Charbonneau by phone at 254-947-8634 or email at email@example.com.