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Harvest Festival at Messina Hof Winery & Resort

Each year Messina Hof Winery & Resort in Bryan, Texas celebrates the annual grape harvest in a big way. This year the winery is celebrating its 37th Annual Harvest Festival during August. The last opportunity to participate at the Bryan, Texas location is this weekend. So if you missed the earlier festivities this month, there is still time to participate.

If you can’t make it to the Messina Hof Winery site in Bryan, plan to attend their second winery Messina Hof Hill Country close to Fredericksburg, Texas which is celebrating the winery’s 2nd Annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, August 30. Participants can enjoy wine, food, games harvest, a grape stomp competition and live music.

Each weekend features harvest activities including experiencing a grape harvest, followed by a grape stomp, the Big Kahuna Contest, participants will also receive a souvenir t-shirt, wine tasting classes, dining at Vineyard Cuisine™ on the property. On August 23, the Harvest Grand Finale Gala: Label tribute will take place.

Participants can choose from one of three harvest options on Saturday.

  • Option 1: The all-day package includes picking and stomping, t—shirt and lunch.
  • Option 2 Picking and stomping and t-shirt
  • Option 3: Picking & stomping and lunch

Tickets are available at http://messinahof.com/harvest2014/tickets/.

Messina Hof Winery & Resort’s first winery and tasting room was in Bryan, Texas. Their other location is close to Fredericksburg, Texas.

When you visit Messina Hof Winery & Resort, you will discover the friendliness of Texas.

Below are photos from the 2013 harvest at Messina Hof.


Harvest Festival 2013 Messina Hof Winery

Harvest Festival 2013

Harvest Festival 2013 in Bryan, Texas

2013 Harvest at Messina Hof in Bryan, TX

2013 Harvest at Messina Hof Winery








Disclosure: We have visited Messina Hof previously as the guests of Paul and Merrill B. We have also attended International Wine Tourism Conferences with Paul and Merrill. They are friendly and understand the wine industry and the importance of tourism and hospitality.


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