Anyone who's attempted the Tour de Franzia knows that wine and racing rarely ends well, but what about a race that ends with wine?
Those, we approve of ... and picked a few worth sharing:
Here's to hoping racers fuel with spaghetti instead of the liquid dinner
Fueled By Fine Wine's title suggests, but we’re not judging either way. Participants are challenged by unpaved trails and steep hills, and rewarded with scenic views and Oregon-native grape juice at the official after party.
Fueled by Fine Wine Half Marathon; July 14; Register.
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Spicewood Vineyards call wino runners to San Antonio, Texas, for a self-proclaimed "challenging" half-marathon or 10K through Texas Hill Country. For anyone in southern discomfort after the finish line, the registration fee covers beer, food, and enough red wine to quiet achy muscles.
Spicewood Vineyards Half-Marathon and 10K; Dec. 1; Register.
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