Denison hosts annual wine tour through Grayson County - KTEN.com - No One Gets You Closer

Denison hosts annual wine tour through Grayson County

Posted:
  • Texoma HeadlinesMore>>

  • CEO Responds To Facebook Claims From Upset Electric Customers Near Hugo

    CEO Responds To Facebook Claims From Upset Electric Customers Near Hugo

    CHOCTAW COUNTY, OK -- Angry electric customers in southeast Oklahoma take to Facebook to voice their concerns about electric prices and management policies.More >>
    CHOCTAW COUNTY, OK -- Angry electric customers in southeast Oklahoma take to Facebook to voice their concerns about electric prices and management policies.More >>
  • 2nd Suspect In Texoma Murder Case Arraigned

    2nd Suspect In Texoma Murder Case Arraigned

    BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- The 2nd man arrested in connection with a Bryan County murder appeared in court Thursday. 31 year-old Craig Becker was formally arraigned at the Bryan County court house More >>
    BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- The 2nd man arrested in connection with a Bryan County murder appeared in court Thursday. 31 year-old Craig Becker was formally arraigned at the Bryan County court house More >>
  • Flash Flooding in Gunter

    Flash Flooding in Gunter

    GUNTER, TX -- This morning in Gunter six inches of rain fell in just a few hours. Crews took a proactive measure to shut down parts of highway 289. It worked, there were no accidents, or high water rescues, but some residents still have damage.More >>
    GUNTER, TX -- This morning in Gunter six inches of rain fell in just a few hours. Crews took a proactive measure to shut down parts of highway 289. It worked, there were no accidents, or high water rescues, but some residents still have damage.More >>

DENISON, TX -- A group in Denison spent their Friday kicking back and saying cheers as the city's annual celebration of wine heritage continues. The wine trail tour started in the Viticulture Center at Grayson College then went to the restored Vinita House of TV Munson.

This is the second year Denison has hosted the tour. Director Donna Dow says the response has been overwhelming. She says they had to turn away guests for manageability reasons.

"Well it's a good time," said Dow, "and we always look forward to it every year. But it's also really tied into our heritage. I think we lose that a lot of times."

The tour went through three wineries in Grayson County, the first in downtown Denison. The celebration continues with the Educated Evening event at the Vinita House tonight.