HARLETON — With the warmer spring weather and flowers blooming, guests are invited to visit an East Texas winery as they are set to host their fifth annual Spring Wine Walk event.

Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard and Winery in Harleton is set to host its annual Spring Wine Walk from 2 to 6 p.m. on May 7 and 14 at the vineyard, located at 871 Ferguson Rd.

Enoch’s Stomp offers guests a picturesque setting for the wine walk, which will simultaneously be held with the vineyard’s Wine Club Pick Up Party this year.

Guests are invited to tour the 90-acre property and enjoy the views while also enjoying tastings of four of the vineyard’s recently released wines.

The wine walk will run about half of a mile long and feature the four tasting booths. A vineyard sommelier and wine ambassador will meet guests on the hill for a tasting straight from Enoch’s port barrels. Guests will then head on over to the farm to table garden, where another sommelier and wine ambassador will offer a sneak peak of upcoming food and wine pairings to be featured at the vineyard. The third station will be located on deck, giving guests a full view of the vineyard, and the last station will see guests preview coffee and wine offerings that will soon be featured at the Enoch’s Jefferson location and the soon-to-open Tyler Cellar location.

Enoch’s Stomp Wine Club members will meet with the vineyard’s wine club director in the event center for registration and to set up their wine pick up. Wine Club members are not charged for their food and wine pairings. Wine Club members can choose to join the Spring Wine Walk by either purchasing a souvenir wine glass and lanyard for a price of $20 or they may taste for free with cups provided by the vineyard.

Guests who are not Wine Club members will pay $45 per person, which includes souvenir wineglass, a lanyard, plus four food and wine pairings.

Each stop will boast of one of Enoch’s fine wines pre-selected by Enoch’s wine maker paired with fine cuisine prepared by the vineyard’s chef.

Live music will begin at 4 p.m. at each event.

Indoor dining is available my making a reservation in the restaurant between noon and 8 p.m., by calling (903) 240-1587. The tasting room will also be open for wine purchases and limited food purchases. Tables will be provided throughout the property for outdoor seating and dining.

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Bridget began at the LNJ working in sports, city reporting and then on the education beat before moving to the MNM where she covers education and the cities of Jefferson, Harleton and Hallsville. Bridget has two daughters and loves her family and animals.