9sep2:00 pm- 10:00 pm9th Annual Harker Heights Food, Wine & Brew Festival

ANNUAL EVENTS

Texas Wine and Rogue Art Festival

Our largest event every year is the Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest. Held during the last weekend of March, we set up large fest tents on the lawn and host a wonderful afternoon of wine tasting and art! Featuring 20 wineries, a tremendous viewing of artists and their works from around Texas, and, of course, delectable foods.

Grape Harvest

In the late summer, we invite folks to the vineyard to help harvest the grapes. Make your friends jealous as you prance around the vineyard imitating Dionysus the goddess of wine. Sign up for mailing list to be the first to get details about harvesting grapes!

Grape Stomp

During the second weekend of November, we host a harvest festival and grape stomp.  Do your best Lucille Ball imitation, fill your pie hole with pizza and celebrate the season.

Art Receptions

Throughout the year we host art opening receptions to promote local art. We participate in local wine festivals throughout central Texas. We show our community spirit by participating in events around town, fundraisers and the like.  

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LET US HOST
YOUR EVENT!

Salado Winery Company is a great place to host an event!  The party room is available for groups of 4-100 people for tastings, meetings, mixers, showers, luncheons, reunions, wine education classes, retreats, or parties.

Rental Details

The space is available for $100 for 4 hours, $25/hour each additional hour. On top of that there is a minimum purchase of $150 on Saturdays. On Sundays and weekdays, the minimum purchase is $50. In the event the group does not meet the minimum purchase, the remainder will be charged as room rental.  This rental fee may be waived for non-profit organizations, such as Family Readiness Groups, military units, charities, and so on.

Deposit

$25 deposit holds your date & time.  We can take cash, credit card over the phone, online payment, check, or maybe even gold.  Just remember, the room is not reserved for you until we have the deposit.  The deposit will be applied to your food & beverage minimum if you finish on time, clean up reasonably well, don’t steal or wreck anything and all the wine gets paid for. If you cancel less than 5 days out, if you spill candle wax on the floor, walls, or tables, or if you do anything else that might cause a reasonable person to keep the deposit, well then, I will probably keep it.  So far I’ve only kept 2 deposits in 8 years and that was for “no-shows”.

Wine

Option #1. Wine Tasting = Five tastes for $5.  Must be billed to the host.

Option #2.  We can offer a cash bar and each person pays for him or herself. Available by the glass or by the bottle.

Option #3.  Host pays–there are a few different ways we can make this happen.  We could use a ticket system where each glass is $6 and you pick how many glasses will be paid for. Say, for example, you wanted to buy each person a glass of wine. Then your guests would pay for any additional wine themselves after that. Another possibility is that we can run a tab to be settled at the end.  With some folks, we have picked out and they paid for the wine upfront so the amount and cost was limited.  We are flexible, so let us know what you think works best for you!

NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL may be brought in.  So, NO, you cannot bring that beer…NO, don’t bring wine to the winery.  Guests who bring in outside alcohol will be asked to leave.

Food

Yes, you can bring your own food…that’s what most folks do.  Another possibility, you can use one of the following caterers. Also, we are happy to set up your food for an additional 10% surcharge. If you want to bring in an outside caterer, we must approve.

Lively Coffee House

Green Love

Silvia’s Tacos, 254.541-9287

Johnny’s Steaks & BBQ

Marta Antonia Rivera,  mrivera@tasteandseepastryshoppe.com

Inn on the Creek

Heart Filled Bakery

Decorating

There are two large tables in the party room and I can provide two additional 8′ folding tables with white tablecloths and or up to 3 round 48″ tables (seat 6 each).  Most folks just decorate the tables.  Let me know if you want to do something else for decorations. Naturally, I’m picky about my walls and what tape is used, but I’ve seen folks do some pretty cool things.  

We can seat up to about 42 people in one room without tables, for example a room full of ladies watching baby shower gift opening.  That’s pretty tight if everyone isn’t related, so better for about 20-30 people if it is a seated meal.  If you have more than that, we can accommodate up to 100 cocktail style (that means most folks standing) easily.

Still have questions?  Call us at (254) 947-8011, stop by for a tour during our open hours, or submit the form and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

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