Tag: Texas Wine

Love Wine? Check Out These 5 Wine Festivals in Lubbock

After traveling to the “Hub City,” visitors are amazed when they learn that about 80 percent of wine grapes grown for Texas wines are grown right here in the High Plains of Texas. The local wine industry boasts five major wineries that transform these grapes into a stunning array of award-winning reds and whites. While

New In Lubbock – February 2018

Farm to Fork Gastor Restaurant

From the heart of Texas to the heart of West Texas, a new barbecue joint opens, a popular food truck gets a brick-and-mortar location and transportation just got a little more cheerful in the “Hub City.” Mac’s BBQ and Catering  5412 Slide Road Tuesday – Thursday  7 a.m. – 8 p.m. or sell out Friday &

Q&A with Pheasant Ridge Winery

Pheasant Ridge Winery has been serving not only Lubbock, but the state and country, quality wines for decades. To get a glimpse into the history of the establishment and learn more about their tasty wines, we decided to do a Q&A with owners, Bobby and Jennifer Cox. What is the history of Pheasant Ridge? After

A Guide to Lubbock for Wine Lovers

When it comes to planning a vacation filled with wine tours and vineyards, there’s life beyond Bordeaux or Northern California. Texas is actually the fifth largest American Viticultural Area, with more than 9 million acres of wine grapes growing in the state. In fact, the Lubbock area grows 80 percent of Texas’ wine grapes. In addition, the

What to Know About McPherson Cellars

This month’s destination spotlight is none other than the famous McPherson Cellars. Known for captivating our tastebuds with delicious wine and making a name for themselves in the U.S. wine business, here’s all you need to know about the urban winery (with help from winery operations manager, Emily Simpson). Q: What is the history of

Don’t Miss: 5th Annual Wines & Vines Festival

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Next month’s 5th Annual Wines & Vines Festival at McPherson Cellars is a must-do! Wines & Vines is a unique event focused on giving back to the community by bringing several of the best wineries from all over Texas to Lubbock and donating all the entrance fee proceeds to Lubbock’s Meals on Wheels. Attendees will enjoy

Top Things to Do in Lubbock on a Texas Road Trip

Next stop: Lubbock, Texas. Whether you’re just passing through for a few hours or staying for a full day, there’s plenty of ways to spend your time in this charming West Texas city on a road trip through the state. This 24-hour guide will give you tips on getting the most out of the area in

Happy National Wine Day!

Though this holiday weekend is traditionally celebrated with barbecue and brews, we’re also raising a glass to National Wine Day! But true wine lovers—especially those of us in the “Hub City”—celebrate wine the other 364 days of the year as well. With five award-winning wineries in Lubbock County and 80 percent of Texas wine grape

Day 4’s “Hub City Trivia” Answer is…

Happy National Travel & Tourism Week! Here in Lubbock, we’re celebrating in many ways (see www.livelovelubbock.org), and one of them is through our “Hub City Trivia” Game. Read on to find out the answer to today’s trivia question, as well as discover if you are the winner of the Lubbock Prize Pack! Today’s “Hub City Trivia”

Day 1’s “Hub City Trivia” Answer is…

Happy National Travel & Tourism Week! Here in Lubbock, we’re celebrating in many ways (see www.livelovelubbock.org), and one of them is through our “Hub City Trivia” Game. Read on to find out the answer to today’s trivia question, as well as discover if you are the winner of the Lubbock Prize Pack! Today’s “Hub City