Caring about what’s in the bottle begins with caring about what’s outside of it. That’s why sustainability is a key component of our village. We’re working closely with Texas A&M University Department of Soil and Crop Sciences to maximize and develop crops specific to our climate and growing conditions. Together, the experts are helping us create and cultivate blue, purple, red, yellow and Indian corns, along with wheat, barley and rye that will all be used to make our whiskey. Our landscape will also feature as much native vegetation as possible.
All of these components will help each bottle of Luckenbach Road Whiskey capture the unique richness and depth and complexity of our local flavors that will be finished with the art of our historic, smooth taste. We aim to be a good corporate citizen as well, actively contemplating creative ways to giveback to the local community. Your ideas welcome.