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McPherson Cellars

Welcome to McPherson Cellars

The McPherson family has been a part of Texas viticulture and winemaking for over 40 years. McPherson Cellars was created to honor Winemaker Kim McPherson’s father, Dr. Clinton “Doc” McPherson, a founder and pioneer of the modern Texas wine industry. Doc was one of the state's prime grape growers and was the first in Texas to plant Sangiovese in his Sagmor Vineyard. We converted Lubbock’s historic 1930s era Coca Cola bottling plant in downtown Lubbock into a winery and our winery opened in the fall of 2008. Read more…

Our Wines

Wine in Texas, huh? You read that right. And we’re just getting started. For years we have practiced “planting to the land” and concentrated on growing grapes best suited for the warm Texas High Plains climate. Though Texas viticulture and winemaking are still very young and adolescent compared to the West Coast, we aim to develop and improve the face of quality Texas wine. With grapes that suit our climate and soils, improved farming methods, and an appreciation for the land, we believe the next decade has much in store for Texas. It’s our mission to grow and make wines with a real sense of place. Welcome to the Texas High Plains.

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Tasting Room

Come on out! We invite you to visit. Our tasting room allows guests to taste a variety of wines from the Texas High Plains and to share our wines with our friends and community. We conveniently located downtown in Lubbock’s historic Depot District.   Read more...

Event Center

Our event space is located downtown in Lubbock's historic Depot District. The unique space is a popular setting for weddings and rehearsal dinners, as well as corporate events, private parties, luncheons, small conferences and meetings. Read more…

Wine Club

We believe life should be filled with simple pleasures, and what's better than great wines delivered right to your doorstep? McPherson Cellars Wine Club Members enjoy a variety of benefits, and we ship to several states outside of Texas. Read more…