Wine and live music will take center stage at La Viña Winery’s upcoming festival October 2-3.

The local winery is celebrating its fall grape harvest with the aptly-named Fall Harvest Wine Festival where you'll be able to taste the fruits of their labor -- literally and figuratively.

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La Viña, located just up the road in La Union, New Mexico, will be hosting its annual Jesus Juice event on Saturday, Oct. 2, and Sunday, Oct. 3, from noon to 7 p.m. each day.

Over 20 wines will be available for tasting, sipping, swilling and purchasing while you enjoy a nice autumn day in the sun rewarding yourself after a long work week with a hard-earned glass or three of what the fancy people call vino.

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Live music daily from El Paso-area bands and musicians, local arts and crafts vendors, and "delicious Southwestern food" will also be part of the weekend mix.

Admission to the Fall Harvest Wine Festival is $20 for adults and includes a souvenir glass and 6 tastes or a full glass, and $10 for the not-legally-allowed-to-drink-yet 12-20 years of age crowd. 11 and under get in free.

What to Know If You Plan to Go

Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 2-3
Noon to 7 p.m daily
No pets or picnic baskets permitted

Live Music Line-up

Saturday Performers

Noon: Guitar Slim
2:15 P.M.: Dusty Low "Country Music"
4:30 P.M.: Hypnosis

Sunday Performers

Noon: Jim Murphy Trio
2:15 P.M.: Frank Zona & Urban Edge
4:30 P.M.: Abe Mac Country Band

How to Get There:

From I-10, take the Vinton Exit (#2 in Texas) turn West on Vinton road, approximately 4 miles to Highway 28, then right 1 mile to the winery. Parking and entrance to the festival is at the back of the winery.

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