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Categories: Sightseeing Tours, Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink, Tours
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4.7/5 based on 60 reviews on the web
LLANO ESTACADO WINERY, INC. is located in Lubbock. Put LLANO ESTACADO WINERY, INC. and other Lubbock attractions into our Lubbock travel itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I took a weekend for myself. Saturday October 8, 2016 I was a half marathon participant in the Texas Wine Series runs hosted in Lubbock here at the Llano Estacado winery. I can not begin to describe h...  read more »
  • Loved it!! Kirsten was fabulous and very knowledgable!! Sorry we missed the tour, (tours end @ 4pm). We will make an effort to come back on our way home just to catch the tour!! Highly recommend! 
  • If you're looking for things to do in Lubbock, you should know that supplies 80% of the grapes for wine in all of Texas. I had no idea, so set out to check the local wineries. Llano Estacado was my fi...  read more »
  • I was born and raised in Texas and I believe strongly that when possible, all Texans should support Texas companies. I try to only drink Texas wines and Texas beers and at least half of my fast food dollars go to Whataburger, a Texas company. They sell a t-shirt at the winery that says, "BRAVE TEXANS DIDN'T DIE AT THE ALAMO FOR YOU TO DRINK CALIFORNIA WINE". That pretty much says it all!
  • I love the Llano Sweet Red Wine. I was in Texas for work and fell in love with this wine. I wish I could get it on Amazon to order by the case so I never have to run out. I would love to try other wines from here but it made it so much nicer when I worked in Texas for a few months.
  • Love all the sweet wines and the winery facility. The October Festival is always "the best".
  • Llano is probably the the most popular (and award winning) Texas wine outside of the state. Around 70% of Texas grapes come from West Texas. Llano was the first to start a winery in this region when most doubted that it could be done. The founder is a Texas Tech alum, and Llano also has the Red Raider wines sold by the Texas Tech Alumni Association. Although the winery is small it's a good (and cheap) way to spend an afternoon. The tour is free and afterwards there is complimentary selection of 10 wines for tasting. However, if you want to taste their more premier wines you have to $5-10. Another side note, McPherson winery in the Depot District is owned by the son of Llano Estacado winery.
  • Have not visited yet, but they make the most exclusive wine that I just love, like the moscato and the bliss. I lived in Texas and since I tried those two wines the are absolutely my favorite . I now live in Arizona and have not found any wine that compares to my two favorites.. I am trying to see if I can order and have them sent to me
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