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The 2nd Annual Lubbock Wine Festival will be held October 1st-3rd, 2010

From News Release, Edited By Phillip Casteel | email

Lubbock, TX (KCBD) – The 2nd Annual Lubbock Wine Festival will be held October 1st-3rd at the American Wind Power Center to promote the Texas Wine Industry and raise funds for several local charities.

Twenty-two great Texas wineries invite you to taste and purchase over 100 delectably different world-class wines. Purchasing is available on-site by the glass, bottle or case. Enjoy great food from some of Lubbock's top restaurants and wine-bars. Relax to the sounds of live music, and browse the many arts and crafts booths of local artists showcasing their talents. A four-course preview dinner, "A Toast on the High Plains," will be held Friday, October 1st; tickets are required for this and may be purchased on the website. Visit www.lubbockwinefestival.com to learn more about the festival, discounts and to purchase tickets.

Tickets are $23.00 per person at the door. There is a $2.00 discount for persons with military ID, College ID or over age 55.

Those in attendance under the age of 21 will not be allowed to sample the wines, but can enter for only $7.00 each. The festival begins Friday, October 1st - 5:30pm-11pm; Saturday, October 2nd - 2pm-11pm; and Sunday, October 3rd - 1pm-6pm.

Get ready for fantastic Texas food, exceptional entertainment, and wonderful Texas wine.

For more information visit www.lubbockwinefestival.com.

American Wind Power Center
1701 Canyon Lake Drive,
Lubbock, TX

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