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Author: Daniel Horsch

Daniel serves as the Digital Marketing Manager for Visit Grapevine. An explorer by nature, he is always looking for great new places to eat and fun places to visit.

Fun Fact: Daniel once shared an elevator with Matthew McConaughey during a college football game between Texas and Texas Tech. Texas Tech won. Guns Up!

There's a lot of sandwiches in this world. There's the classic peanut butter and jelly. The BLT. The Cuban. They are all equally delicious in their own right. But what makes a sandwich truly unique? If you're looking for a sandwich that's both memorable and mouth watering, look no further than the Mark Cuban sandwich at Weinberger's Deli in Grapevine, Texas. 

Enjoy a different experience in beautiful, Historic Downtown Grapevine. Known for its remarkable Texas architecture, Historic Downtown Grapevine is an easy area to get around on foot. There, you will find tons of charming boutique shops selling Texas-style clothing and knick knacks. If you want to find cowboy boots, European-inspired chocolates or antique rings, here are some of the top places you can find those things and more in Historic Downtown Grapevine, Texas.

 

Once summer ends, it doesn't mean the fun has to. During fall, the city of Grapevine has tons of family-friendly events to celebrate the season. This guide will help you discover some of the city's top events for the remainder of this year. From releasing butterflies to pumpkin decorating to riding a Victorian holiday train, here is your list to some of the top fall events in Grapevine, Texas.

Grapevine, Texas, is the headquarters of the Texas wine industry and the perfect place to visit for a Texas wine-tasting experience. Grapevine's expanding Urban Wine Trail is a collection of 10 winery tasting rooms located within close proximity of one another, many in Historic Downtown Grapevine. If you want to experience the best of Texas wine trails and Texas wine culture, plan a weekend trip to Grapevine. Here's how to best experience the Urban Wine Trail in Grapevine, Texas.

 

How To Drink Wine at GrapeFest

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 by Daniel Horsch

There will be no shortage of fun when visitors arrive to Grapevine, Texas for the 29th Annual GrapeFest®! For four straight days between Thursday, September 17 and Sunday, September 20, visitors will experience an adventure full of festival food, carnival rides, artisans, craft brew and a foot-stomping lineup of great live music. But the star of the show is definitely the wine!