Corkscrew Wine Run

Corkscrew Wine Run
Date Oct 21, 2023
Distance 5k, 10k, 15k
Course Type Road

Race Information

Your favorite bougie & boozie, East-Texas-wine-filled race is focused on a fun racing experience and superior, local wine. From packet pick-up at Kiepersol Estates to the post-race party at M6 Winery, you'll agree this race is in a glass of its own. Join the CORKSCREW WINE RUN!

The 15K option is an impressive distance and gets you off the road earlier, and gives you more time behind your glass! The race also offers a 5K and 10K and supports and highlights local businesses. They partner with two exquisite East Texas wineries that call Bullard home: Kiepersol & M6 wineries!

Beyond the booze, you'll love the route, the swag, and the after-party! SO - get your glass in gear and sign up today!


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