3rd Annual Wine Fair Cy-Fair
Tickets and Information
Must be 21 or older to attend. Online tickets available at www.winecyfair.com
Wine Fair Cy-Fair
Saturday, April 5
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.Cypress Village Station (Hwy 290 and Skinner Road)
$25 general admission
$65 VIP Premium Wine Lounge
All That Sparkles – $20 pre-party ticket add onSponsored by Next Level Urgent Care and Hosted at Cypress Village Apartment Homes
One Fine Affair
Friday, April 4Northwest Forest Hotel and Conference Center ‘The Settlement House’
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
12718 Telge Road | Cypress, TX 77429
$100 (limited to 150 guests)
Based off of two successful sell out years, Wine Fair Cy-Fair weekend returns April 4-5. Co-presented by H-E-B and Momentum Jersey Village Volkswagen, Wine Fair Cy-Fair features 150 wine selections, 20+ restaurant and food tasting tables serving signature specials, a Home Zone, a Relaxation Zone and the Aruba Live Music stage. Wine Fair is a community-wide party benefitting Reach Unlimited.
Weekend festivities kick off with One Fine Affair on Friday, April 4, at the Settlement House at Northwest Forest Conference Center with fundraising for Reach Unlimited featuring a wine pull, gift baskets, restaurant certificates and great swag donated by local businesses. Restaurant sampling at One Fine Affair are compliments of Mezzanotte Ristorante Enoteca, Piqueo Restaurant and Bar, Merche’, gourmet selections from H-E-B, offerings from Northwest Forest Catering and Events and sweet treats from La Madeleine Country French Café. One Fine Affair is limited to only 150 guests.
All that Sparkles will start Saturday festivities from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at Cypress Village Apartment Homes, for a pre-event effervescent party, delighting guests with French champagnes, sparkling wines and culinary treats. Cost add-on is $20. For the pampered treatment, The Loken Group VIP Premium Room boasts relaxed seating, restroom facilities and great views along with premium wine selections and delicious food offerings provided by La Madeleine Country French Café.
The third-annual Wine Fair Cy-Fair features The Backyard Grill Beer Garden to showcase craft beer offerings and signature nibbles from Backyard Grill and Backyard Smokehouse. All the local favorites will be there: Brazos Valley, Karbach, Rahr & Sons, St. Arnold and others. Along with beers from brewers outside of Texas.
“Even though it’s in the middle of a wine fest, it’s amazing how many people come to the beer garden,” said Mark McShaffry, owner of Backyard Grill. “And this year we’re making it bigger and better.”
“Based on the response from the first and second Wine Fair Cy-Fair events, we knew the community would be responsive to this type of event. And it just continues to grow,” said McShaffry, who is a member of the Cy-Fair Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors. “This has been a great event for the chamber and for the community. Everyone loves it and has a great time.”
The main Wine Fair Cy-Fair event will be packed with engaging experiences and displays from local artisans. Guests will sway and dance the night away to the captivating tunes of the Robert Hartye Band. The vendor village will offer art, jewelry and everything in between.
Saturday’s event is limited to 2,500 entrants. Last year, all Wine Fair events sold out.
Wine Fair Cy-Fair is a collaboration between the Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce and Food & Vine Time Productions, the organization that produces the world-class Wine & Food Week in The Woodlands, Brewmasters Craft Beer Festival, Zest in the West, Katy Sip n Stroll, the wildly popular Haute Wheels Houston THE Food Truck Festival and the newly announced Big Brew Houston Craft Beer Celebration in the George R. Brown Convention Center.
“This is a unique, once-a-year opportunity for the community to come together to socialize and have a great time while enjoying high-quality wines, craft beers and foods,” said Founder & Co-Producer Constance McDerby. “And we get to benefit a worthy cause by helping to support a local community partner through Reach Unlimited.”
Leslie Martone, President of the Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce, said, “The first two years of this great event were huge successes – better than we could have hoped for. And really, we expect this year to be even more fun and successful. As a Chamber, our focus is on the community, and we’re proud to present this type of community-wide event.”
Wine Fair participating restaurants as of February 17:
- Anothai Cuisine
- Backyard Grill
- D’Vine Wine Bar
- Hanan’s Café
- Gringo’s Tex-Mex
- La Madeleine Country French Café
- Merche’ Restaurant
- Mezzanotte Ristorante Enoteca
- Mia Bella Trattoria
- Northwest Forest Catering & Events
- On the Rox Sports Bar & Grill
- Papa Murphy’s Take ‘N‘ Bake Pizza
- Piqueo Restaurant and Bar
About the Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce: Providing leadership and direction to the Cy-Fair area since 1986. Now over 600 members strong, the Board of Directors and numerous committees interact on state and local levels to help build a strong economy and improve the quality of life within the Cy-Fair area.
About Reach Unlimited: Reach Unlimited serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The ongoing vision is to create a sustainable, secure environment where people with developmental disabilities may become all they are created to be
We thank the local business that support Wine Fair Cy-Fair including NewQuest Properties, H-E-B, Momentum Jersey Village Volkswagen, Mercantil Commercebank, The Loken Group, Backyard Grill, Aruba Tourism, Texas Emergency Care Centers, ABIP, Cruise Planners, Westpark Communications, Next Level Urgent Care, Bridgeland, Cypress Village Apartment Homes, Haute Hair, The Hidden Cellar, The Urban Vine, Jim Regan Properties, La Madeleine Country French Café, Lucas Auto Care, Silver Leaf Resorts, Acme Party & Tents, Community Impact News, Houston Event Photos, Kwik Kopy Printing, Cy-Fair Lifestyles & Home Magazine, Republic National Distributing Company, CBS Radio MIX 96.5, News 92 FM and Speedpro Imaging The Woodlands.