In: Drinking13 Sep 2011
(map) Whaaat? This legendary barbecue joint has its own wine label?! Indeed they do, and just like the ‘cue, the wine is pretty dang good. The Salt Lick has been growing grapes and selling them to neighboring wineries for years. Last year, they opened a tasting room (see our review of it here) serving other Texas wines. But now they’re proud to pour their own BBQ Red, Sangiovese and Hill Country Blend, among others. Pick up a glass or bottle, then take it inside to sip and savor with that brisket.