Friday, November 2, 2012

Dallas Town & Country Wine Trail Saturday & Sunday - McKinney, Texas


Saturday, November 3, 2012 - Sunday, November 4, 2012 from 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
McKinney, Texas

Landon Winery - McKinney, TX
101 N. Kentucky Street
McKinney, Texas 75069
972-542-3030

Cost: $30 pre pay, $40 at the door

The Dallas Town and Country Wine Trail is one of the largest wine trails in North Texas, with six wineries waiting for you to explore only minutes outside "Big D".  On the trail you'll find wineries in both urban and country settings, giving you the best of both worlds, and the perfect outing for a weekend drive.   Texas is now the 5th largest wine grape growing state in America, and the wineries and vineyards on the trail welcome you to have a taste of their ripe, rich wines that are as big as Texas.

Join us for the Dallas Town and Country 2012 Fall Wine Trail! Each participating winery on the trail will be featuring three wines for tasting. Tickets are limited, so purchase yours today at any participating winery. See you on the trail!
  
How much do tickets cost?
  
» Tickets are $30 pre-sale before trail day
» Prices increase to $40 at the door on trail day
Where do I buy tickets? Tickets can be purchased directly at the tasting rooms of any of the winery's on the trail.
 
Winery Trail Map located at www.dallastownandcountrywinetrail.com
  
What is included in the ticket price?  Each ticket includes the following:
» A tasting of selected wines at all of the winery's on the trail
» Wine glass with wine trail logo
» Entry into a door prize contest that will be awarded at the end of the event
» Lanyard to conveniently carry your ticket and wine tasting cards  
  • What if I can't visit all the wineries in one day? Can I spread the trail across both days, Saturday and Sunday? You betcha! Many people spread the wine trail across two days. Please remember, though, that your ticket is good for only one visit to each participating winery.
  • Can I share my ticket? Sorry, one ticket per person, please.
  • Can I start anywhere on the trail? Do I have to visit the winery's in order?    You can start at any winery you like. Please drink responsibly, and plan ahead to bring a designated driver.
  • Are there restrooms at the winery's? All the winery's have restrooms.
  • My friends want to rent a bus to drive us around. Any recommendations? Renting a bus or van is a great idea. We recommend selecting a taxi company in the Plano, Allen or Mckinney area.
 For more information, click here to visit their website.
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