Salt Lick Cellars

In: Drinking

17 Sep 2010

The tasting room here has only been open for a couple of weeks, although the building dates back to the 70s. Salt Lick has been growing grapes for six years, but hasn’t started making their own wines just yet (they sell their grapes to neighboring wineries). So the tasting room features other Texas wines, with names like McPherson, Duchman, Mandola, and Fall Creek dotting the list of about 20. It’s not a big, fancy place like some wineries, but that’s part of its charm.

The tasting room is tiny, with tastings given only during the week. On weekends, you can buy a glass or a bottle of wine, and take it next door to the Salt Lick to listen to music or enjoy with your meal.

La Diosa sangria, from McPherson in Lubbock.

It’s a beautiful setting, with a variety of appealing spots to sit and enjoy a glass of wine.

Map to Salt Lick Cellars

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