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Georgia Winery Grape Stomp Saturday Oct 5th!

Georgia Winery Grape Stomp Saturday Oct 5th

Date:
October 5th (12:00 PM – 5:00 PM)

Where:
Georgia Winery

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What:
Come out for a stompin’ good time as you enjoy this annual end of harvest celebration! It is a time of fun for the whole family. Experience a real, live grape stomp at our largest and most exciting festival of the year! The Grape Stomp also features a performance by The Micks, local food & craft vendors, man cave featuring: UT vs. UGA pre-game and brewery, “I love Lucy” look alike contest, Photobooth, Hay Rides, Wine Tasting and more! So bring your lawn chairs and spend the day with us while we celebrate harvest! Rain or shine! There are plenty of outdoor activies for kids, such as apple-bobbin’, sack races, costume contest, simple coloring contests and more! The highlight of the festival is the grape stompin’, so take off your shoes, roll up your pants legs and stomp away. Best stompers win a prize! Event Sale: 10% off 6 bottles & 20% off 2+ cases $10 in advance / $15 at the door / $5 kid pass (12 and under) Tickets include: 5 wine tasting tickets, entertainment, photobooth, grape stompin’ and more! 1 and under are free! *Non drinkers will receive a free bottle of cider. Kids pass includes: games, prizes & more! Event photographed by M. Brown Photography. Parking is first come first serve. Additional parking will be available at the Hampton Inn (6875 Battlefield Pky, Ringgold, GA). There will be a shuttle from the hotel to the winery every 15 minutes. The charge is $5 for shuttle service.

Cost:
$10 in advance / $15 at the door $5 kids pass

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