The Lubbock Chamber’s annual Uncorked Wine Festival will take place this month featuring wines from all over the state and world, along with wines from locally grown grapes and a chance for attendees to experience a special wine and food class.
The Lubbock Uncorked Wine Festival, now in its second year, will offer tastes from wines derived from locally grown grapes, wines produced throughout Texas and Washington state. In addition, event-goers will also get to experience a selection of wines from Germany and will also have selections of regional beers.
“The Chef’s Table: Wine & Dine Texas Style,” a special wine tasting class, along with local restaurants and food trucks, will also be a part of the festival. Guests will be treated to live entertainment.
“A Taste of Lubbock Uncorked,” to be held the evening prior to the event, will feature special recognition of local grape growers and wine-making from the South Plaines area.
The pre-wine festival event will take place on April 27 at Texas Tech McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center from 5:30-7 p.m. The wine festival will be held April 28 at the American Wind Power Center from 4-9 p.m.
Tickets are $30 in advance and $40 at the gate. Go to www.selectasetlubbock.com for tickets or call 806-761-7000 for more information.