WAKEENEY - Put on your walking shoes and enjoy a Sunday stroll tasting Kansas-made wines from Rosewood Winery, Resurrection Vineyard, and Trego County’s own Shiloh Vineyard during the “Historic Homes Wine Walk” on Sunday, September 26, from 2-5 p.m.
Eight of the 22 “Tour of Trees” homes are included in the wine walk and a private host will be waiting for you at each stop to assist in the tasting experience.
Take a moment to examine the interesting stories told on the Christmas trees and learn about Trego County’s long history as a frontier city on the Great Plains, from its early days of settlement to the modern era. A highlight of the tour is the home of the doctor who treated the notable frontiersman Wild Bill Hickock.
Begin your journey at The Studio 128 where you can pick up a map and get tips on tackling this tasteful escapade.
The “Historic Homes Wine Walk” includes the wine tasting experience and the walking map for $30, plus tax.
The “Tour of Trees” is a self-guided tour that can be undertaken anytime. Maps are available at The Studio 128, the city building, and the Historical Society.