A Festival for Wine and Music Lovers

Fall is the season for food, family and fun! Come out for the Gruene Music and Wine Festival in New Braunfels. Enjoy an exciting vacation at Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort as you escape for the weekend, the week or the month!

winefestThe Gruene Music and Wine Festival is a four-day event taking place October 8 – 11, 2015 in the Gruene Historic District. Start your weekend early at the Grapevine Garden on October 8 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. You’ll receive three wine-tasting tickets with your admission, which is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Acoustic Jungle will perform live. Then venture over to Gruene Hall at 8 p.m. for the Marshall Tucker Band.

Friday is festive at Gruene Hall with a dinner, meet ‘n’ greet with Pat Green, silent auction, wine tasting and guitar auction. Saturday features fun at the Grapevine from 12 – 6 p.m. with live music on two stages, handmade wine accessories and gifts, and the best foods in Texas. There will be over 100 Texas wines, so you don’t want to miss it! Then relax on Sunday with the Texas-Style Musicfest. The day’s events include a Gospel brunch, specialty beer tasting and live performances by William Clark Green, Midnight River Choir, Jamie Lin Wilson and more!

Purchase your wristbands in advance to save time and money. Then come home to Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort and take the break you deserve.

Stay With Us

Wine and dine, then kick back at Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort. We offer beautiful cottages and RV sites – a cost-efficient alternative to staying in a hotel. Enjoy close access to New Braunfels’ entertainment, live music and excellent restaurants. Call 830-625-1919 or visit our website to book your vacation.

Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort is managed by Kastleman & Associates Inc., Austin, Texas, Bryan Kastleman, President.

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