Chocolate Festival at Salado Wine Seller

5 desserts to be matched with 5 wines
5 desserts to be matched with 5 wines

Salado Chocolate
& Art Festival

Evening of Chocolate & Wine

Friday, September 25th, 7:30 – 10 pm.  The festival kickoff begins on Friday evening with an Evening of Chocolate & Wine from at Salado Wine Seller. Guests will be invited to savor the taste of premier Texas wines paired with decadent chocolate desserts by Dave Hermann from The Range. Free shuttle transportation will run from 7:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Tickets are $45 and can be ordered by phone (254) 947-8011 or http://www.saladochocolatefestival.com/tickets.htm

Meet Wiseman House Chocolatier

Saturday, September 26th, 12 –  5 pm. Thirteen years ago artist and Chocolatier Kevin Wenzel first opened the doors to the Wiseman House to begin offering fine handmade chocolates to the public. Having studied fine arts in Europe, Asia and the U.S., and chocolate making at a fifth generation chocolate school in Pennsylvania, this confectioner’s son possesses the perfect combination of talent, training, and heritage for this delicate art.   Meet the artist and sample the goods!  No charge for admission.

Fajitas, Folk, and Chocolate

Saturday, September 26, 6:30 – 9:30 pm.  Music will be provided by Schade Tree.  Acoustic guitars, banjo, mandolin, and fiddle are the instruments of choice for members of the Schade Tree Band. The Belton based folk-bluegrass band has been playing together for the past 6 years locally for private parties, restaurants, and festivals. The variety of musical selections is one of the traits of the band as are the three-part harmony spicing up the band’s sound. Song choices range from rock-n-roll to country from bluegrass to old-time and folk music from the 1800s

$30 for glass of wine, fajitas by Johnny’s Steaks & BBQ, & chocolates by Wiseman House Chocolates if ticket purchased by Sep 23.  $35 if ticket purchased Sep 23-Sep 26. $5 cover charge at door for those who do not want food & wine package.   Call for tickets (254) 947-8011, or hopefully the following link is working:

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All alcohol must be purchased from Salado Wine Seller. Anyone possessing or consuming alcohol from other sources will be asked to leave. Salado Wine Seller reserves the right to prohibit the consumption of alcoholic beverages at any time.

2 replies
  1. Christopher J. Gill
    Christopher J. Gill says:

    I hope the recent flooding hasn’t affected business! My wife, Megan, and I look forward to closing on our house in Salado in the next couple of weeks. We’ll see you at the Chocolate & Art Festival!

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  2. June
    June says:

    Hello Christopher! The recent flooding has not affected any businesses. Everyone is open and ready for customers. In fact, Salado Creek looks beautiful and the water is clear and sparkling. The grass is green and the temperatures are cool. Fall is certainly coming early to central Texas.

    We look forward to seeing you. Don’t forget to buy your tickets to “Evening of Chocolate & Wine” and “Fajitas, Folk & Chocolate”. The food has to be ordered ahead of time, so there might not be enough if you don’t buy tickets early.

    Cheers!
    June

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