A bottle of joy
Lubbock is home to a variety of
wineries and vineyards.
Don’t miss your chance
to take a cellar tour or a taste test!
The Napa Valley of the South
In the heart of one of the fastest growing wine regions in the country, Lubbock is the Napa Valley of the South with five unique, individual wineries within the city limits. In fact, the area surrounding Lubbock, known as the High Plains, produces 80 percent of the wine grapes in Texas.
Our area’s wide open spaces provide ample ground for wine tours and cultivating the perfect grape to create even, delicious blends of West Texas wine. From award-winning wine to stunning architecture, indulge all your senses and come out to Lubbock for wine tours of the Llano Estacado Winery, Cap*Rock Winery, McPherson Cellars and others.
Owner and Winemaker Kim McPherson has beautifully restored the historic Coca-Cola Bottling Plant, located in Lubbock’s Depot Entertainment District, into a world-class winery. Experience the welcoming beauty of the winery’s tasting room, outdoor courtyard and spacious event center.
Just a corks throw from Lubbock, CapRock’s stunning architecture will pull you in the moment you arrive. From bold reds to delicate whites, CapRock has steadily gained a following since opening its doors in 1992. Beyond the beautifully blended wine, the winery offers a pristine backdrop for tastings and receptions that can be held throughout the year.
La Diosa was built by three generations of dedicated winemakers. Once you step inside, your senses will be treated with a pleasure overload. Wine, food, live music and the cozy ambiance is what makes La Diosa a gift that must be shared with friends.
Located just outside the city limits, Llano Estacado is not only Texas’ most award-winning winery, but the first winery to open after prohibition. Many of their world-class grapes are grown within a 100-mile radius of Lubbock. Reserve a private tour and let Llano’s winemakers take you through each step of the winemaking process.
Located on the “Texas High Plains,” Pheasant Ridge proudly boasts the oldest vines in Texas. As an early pioneer of the Texas wine industry, this family-owned winery includes a 60-acre vineyard that continues to produce fine estate-grown wine.