Sip fine wines & mingle at Katy Wine Fest

Photo courtesy of Katy Wine Fest

Savor exceptional, flavorful wine and enjoy tasty bites during the 10th Annual Katy Wine Fest on Friday, November 6, 2015.

Katy Wine Fest brings more 60 different wines from vineyards across the United States – including a few from Texas – together for a one-night tasting event.

While guests mingle and sample different varietals, they will also be treated to light bites from The Cellar Door, Texas Tradition, Wanderlust Cakery, the Brookwood Café, and other local Katy/West Houston eateries.

And even though vino is the star of the show, beer drinkers won’t be left out with specialty craft brews being served in the No Label Beer Garden.

Entertainment & Auctions

Listen to live music from Chris Austin Martinez, bid on unique items in the silent and Big Board auctions and do a little early Christmas shopping with vendors like Cigar Towne, Two Winey Women, and Red Feather Woodworking.

If you taste a wine you can’t live without, purchase your favorite bottle(s) to take home. Bottle prices range from $15-50.

Special Designated Driver & VIP Ticket Options

Not planning to drink but don’t want to miss out on the fun? Purchase a Designated Driver ticket to get into the event and enjoy unlimited appetizer tastings and water, tea, and soda service.

If you’re a VIP ticket holder, you’ll receive a welcome bag, access to the VIP Lounge presented by Fitzgerald Wealth Management, as well as an extended selection of wines and food.

Proceeds from this event benefit The Brookwood Community.

About The Brookwood Community

Located in Brookshire, The Brookwood Community is a non-profit residential facility that provides educational and vocational programs for adults with disabilities.

Katy Wine Fest at Café at The Brookwood Community


Photo courtesy of Katy Wine Fest

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