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H ar vest F est. “Explore an Old World”. By Ashley Propes. H ar vest F est. I. What is Harvest Fest? a. Kiepersol Estates b. Bullard, Texas II. Why have Harvest Fest? a. History in Texas b. Texas Wine Month III. Why go to Harvest Fest? a. To Have Fun

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Harvest Fest

“Explore an Old World”

By Ashley Propes

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Harvest Fest

I. What is Harvest Fest?

a. Kiepersol Estates

b. Bullard, Texas

II. Why have Harvest Fest?

a. History in Texas

b. Texas Wine Month

III. Why go to Harvest Fest?

a. To Have Fun

b. It’s This Weekend

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What is Harvest Fest?

Kiepersol Estates

Origin of Kiepersol

Pierre de Wet

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What is Harvest Fest?

Bullard, Texas

Restaurant

Bed & Breakfast

Vineyard

Winery

Real Estate

Cattle

Celebration Center

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1600s

Spanish missionaries began cultivating grapes near present day El Paso

1800s

Settlers started growing vineyards using vines from their native country

1883

Frank Qualia founds Valverde Winery in Del Rio which is the oldest winery currently in operation in Texas

1900

Texas now has 25 wineries.

1919

The prohibition causes the closing of all Texas wine operations

1933

The Prohibition is appealed and the wine industry begins again

1986

The Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival is launched

2001

Texas legislature creates the Texas Wine Marketing Assistance Program

2004

First ever wine competition at a Houston rodeo

2005

Texas has 85 wineries

2007

Texas has over 180 wineries which produce 2.4 million gallons of wine & $1 billion in revenue

Why have Harvest Fest?

History in Texas

Timeline

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Texas is the 5th largest grape & wine producing state in the nation

Texas has 8 appellations of origin

Around 958,000 tourists visited Texas wineries in 2007.

95% of Texas wines are consumed locally

Restaurants have a slim selection of Texas wines

Intense Texas heat requires modern technology

Boar Doe

Kick-Butt Cab

Super Texan

El Quapo

Scheming Beagle

Wine grape products & allied industries produce a huge economic impact

8,971 people with full time jobs in Texas

Why have Harvest Fest?

Texas Wine Month

Rankings

Difficulites

Economy

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Why go to Harvest Fest?

Win a $250 gift certificate!

To Have Fun

Picture Yourself- Vintage Photo

Great Food

Wine Tastings

Sangria & Wine-a-ritas

Vineyard Walk & Tours

Festival Games

Karaoke

Photography Contest

FREE!

Old World Grape Stomping

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Camera

Kiepersol Vineyard

This Saturday

Why go to Harvest Fest?

It’s This Weekend

Where

When

What to Bring

Lawn chair

October 10th

Appreciation for Texas Wine Month

Bullard, Texas

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