Tickets on sale for the 5th Annual Lubbock Uncorked Wine Festival | KLBK | KAMC



The following is a press release from the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce:

LUBBOCK, Texas – The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce has announced that tickets are now on sale for its Lubbock Uncorked wine event, presented by Market Street, on Saturday, November 6 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the American Windmill Museum.

A celebration of West Texas wine and grapes, Lubbock Uncorked will feature Texas wineries offering a wide variety of wines for attendees to taste and enjoy. Wine is also available for purchase by the bottle to take home. Winemakers from across the state will be available to answer questions and provide information to the public. The event features a beer garden, local food trucks and a range of local entertainment performing on three stages.

Advance tickets for Lubbock Uncorked cost $ 35 and can be purchased online or at the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce (1500 Broadway, Ste. 101). Tickets can also be purchased for $ 45 at the door. For the ultimate luxury experience, VIP tickets can be purchased for $ 75 in advance or $ 85 at the door to access the VIP area with premium wine tastings and specially designed appetizers. A limited number of VIP tickets are available and will not be available for purchase at the door if they are sold out.

The “Grazing Texas Wine Class” is an opportunity to learn from the best producers, wineries, distributors and sommeliers, and is available at 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm on the day of Lubbock Uncorked. Join Jason Hisaw – Advanced Sommelier and Texas Wine Ambassador – as he leads a panel of winery representatives sharing all about Texas wine. As an audience, you will be able to peel each wine presented and discuss the winemaking process in more detail with the pros. Enjoy a pasture table accompanied by tastings of each wine discussed. Tickets cost $ 45 per class per person.

More information is available by contacting Amy Marquez in the House by phone (806) 761-7000 or by emailing [email protected]


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