6th Annual Lubbock Viticulture and Winemaking Celebration

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) — Tickets are on sale for the 6th annual “Lubbock Uncorked,” taking place Saturday, April 2 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the American Windmill Museum (1701 Canyon Lake Drive.)


The organizers always accept vendors related to the wine or viticulture industry. They must register by March 2 in order to be approved by the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce. The same goes for food trucks or vendors. Registration is open until March 1 or when all five food truck/vendor locations are full. To participate, you must be a member of the Lubbock Chamber and pay for a Chamber member food truck space of $250. It includes a parking space for your truck, marketing of the event by the Chamber on social networks, security throughout the event and electricity if space permits.


The 2022 wine estates are:

  • Adelphos Cellars
  • Antima Caves
  • Becker Vineyards
  • Blue Ostrich Wine Estate and Vineyard
  • Bolen Vineyards
  • Burklee Hill Vineyards
  • CL Butaud Wines
  • Newsom English Cellars
  • Esperanza Winery, LLC
  • Farm Vineyard
  • Hamilton Pool Vineyards and Farms
  • Happy Bear Meadery
  • Harvest of Idalou
  • Landon Wine Estate
  • Llano Estacado Wine Estate
  • Winery Messina Hof
  • McPherson Cellars
  • OG cellars
  • Prairie Chick Vineyard
  • Rancho Loma Vineyards
  • Red vineyards
  • Slate theory
  • The Triple D Cellar
  • Cellars of the yellow house
2022 LUBBOCK UNCORKED (Courtesy)

2022 suppliers are Lubbock Shuttle, Reign Fine Gifts, Scarborough Specialties, United Supermarkets/Market Street.

There will be wine, craft beer, food and music.

The Lubbock Uncorked VIP presale ticket is $75, it includes access to premium wine tastings and specially curated artwork hours, as well as food tastings; general admission ticket is $35.

2022 LUBBOCK UNCORKED (Courtesy)

The ticket for children between 16 and 20 years old is $15 while the ticket for children between 6 and 15 years old is $10.

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