What is in this article?:
- 4.0 Cellars opens new winery, tasting room in Texas Hill Country
- Relaxing venue
- Brennan Vineyards, Lost Oak Winery and McPherson Cellars join in first-of-its-kind collaborative winery.
- The winery also includes a 2,006-square-foot wine storage facility and space for winemaking for 4.0 Cellars wines.
- The winery will host live music and other special events.
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration in Texas, three well-established and highly respected wineries have joined forces to create a new winery—4.0 Cellars—and tasting room in the Texas Hill Country to showcase their respective wines as well as to create new wines under the 4.0 Cellars label.
Brennan Vineyards of Comanche, Lost Oak Winery (formerly Lone Oak Winery) of Burleson, and McPherson Cellars of Lubbock have come together to create an architecturally stunning and inviting tasting room and event center on four acres along Highway 290, one of the most recognized wine trails in Texas.
“Brennan Vineyards, Lost Oak Winery and McPherson Cellars have long-established roots in other parts of Texas, but we want to share our wines and passion for Texas wine with travelers and other wine enthusiasts who visit the beautiful Texas Hill Country,” says Pat Brennan of Brennan Vineyards. “We created 4.0 Cellars with a distinctive level of personal service combined with comfort that will give our guests a special Texas wine experience.”