McPherson Cellars


“My mission is to use modern technology to make wines of distinction that have an old world feel and character.”
-Kim McPherson, owner/winemaker

Cabernet Sauvignon vs Chardonnay. Malbec vs Moscato. Pinot Noir vs Pinot Grigio. Whether you like dry or sweet, if you drink wine at all, you know it can cure most things. I hope I’m not the only one who feels this way…

Lubbock is home to a handful of excellent wineries, all with their own niche. And while you probably know about the popular ones on the outskirts of town, you may not know about McPherson Cellars… a beautiful winery located in the Depot District. The McPherson family has been involved in the wine industry for more than 40 years. Their building is really neat with modern architecture. It was originally a Coca-Cola bottling plant in the 1930’s, and Kim McPherson converted and opened it as McPherson Cellars in the fall of 2008.

Fun Fact: La Diosa is owned by Sylvia, Kim McPherson’s interior designer wife. This Spanish bistro is located right across the way from McPherson Cellars!

The winery offers complimentary tours of the facility, as well as tastings. After visiting their tasting room, take a bottle outside to relax in the nice weather. McPherson also offers private parties and events. For more info on that, click here.

The staff is all very friendly and knowledgeable. I am looking forward to going back for a tour and tasting. And if all of this doesn’t sell you on McPherson… I forgot to mention the WINE! It is delicious. Whether you like red, white or blush, it is all good. These Texas wines have won over 450 medals across state, national and even international wine competitions.

Interested in joining McPherson’s Wine Club? As a member, you’ll enjoy discounts and special exclusives!

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Texas Avenue 1615
Lubbock 79401 TX US
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