Lubbock County, Texas

Mirassou Winery

Mirassou Vineyards Pinot Noir

Rich and smooth. Had a glass at Texas Roadhouse with steak. Delicious! — 25 days ago

Perissos Vineyard and Winery

Texas Hill County Aglianico 2015

From Texas and not bad — 9 months ago

Ted, P and 3 others liked this

Llano Estacado

Newsom Vineyard Cellar Reserve Tempranillo 2016

Great wine from Lubbock. Thanks Llano — a year ago

Grey Stack Cellars

Dry Stack Vineyard Rosemary's Block Sauvignon Blanc 2016

Saul Gropman

Texas pink grapefruit with a touch of grass. Quite delicious — 2 years ago

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Llano Estacado

Harvest Reserve Tempranillo 2016

Very good will buy again — 2 months ago

Cutruzzola Vineyards

Riven Rock Vineyard Riesling 2015

Oh, how I love a Riesling with that petrol emotion. The smell that reminds me of swimming near the flat-bottom boat with the Evinrude on the stern, dripping oil and gasoline into the water. It's not environmentally sound, but it's from my teenage years on a lake in Texas and I'm sorry about the water, but I loved that smell. This 2015 San Luis Obispo Riesling has that smell in spades, the smell that I long for in every Riesling I try. It's so strong it's on the palate, too. — 9 months ago

Jonathan, Daniel P. and 7 others liked this

Nickel & Nickel

Stiling Vineyard Chardonnay 2014


Very light & easy Chardonnay. Hit the spot with some small snacks after a pretty long day in July, in Texas. 👍🏼 — a year ago

La Diosa Cellars


Lubbock, Texas wines 👌🏼 — 6 months ago

Jason Lem
with Jason

Kuhlman Cellars

Barranca Sonoma County Red Blend 2013

There are pros and cons to holding this a couple of years. The big pro seem to be a wine with much more expressive fruit on the front. However, the younger vintages seem to be more balanced but with much more astringent and almost metallic fruit character to them. This is doing very well, although I take away some points because the finish isn't really that memorable. Nose of roasted black fruits and truffle. Sweet and youthful but sort of funky. Nice dark black fruits on the front. Dense and consolidated. Very little acidity. Touch of graphite and herb in the middle. The finish is rather short. Some toasted Oak tannin. I think I have one more bottle to hold another year or two in order to see if that finish develops into something a little bit better than it was today. — 10 months ago

Mark, Tom and 23 others liked this

Garden Creek

Chardonnay 2013

No one really knows who left this one on the table, but it had some really stiff competition. This one wins the award for the most intriguing and the "betcha would have never guessed this to be a chard" chard. Very light lemongrass nose. Definitely sweeter nose, but didn't scream chard to me. The entry is light, no butter, little minerality, mostly lemon and lime. Very enjoyable. This Alexander Valley chard would have gone the best alongside a swimming pool and 105 degree Texas heat. Finished with crisp notes. Very pleased with this wine, but again I am 1000% certain that it would have taken someone from Garden Creek to have recognized this wine in the lineup of chards that we had tonight. — 2 years ago

Shay ADan Fitzgerald
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Super unique. I thought it was a SB at first! So tropical with racing acidity. Kiwi, melon and even grapefruit. Not familiar with this winery or their style, but a fun one to try.