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High Plains Winegrowers Wine & Music Festival 2013

It’s coming up this Friday and Saturday! The 2013 High Plains Winegrowers Wine & Music Festival At the Mallet Center in Levelland, Texas Tickets are still available! McPherson Cellers, Becker Vineyards, Lost Oak Winery, Messina Hof Winery, Los Pinos Ranch...

Tractors in the Mud

We had wonderful rains Thursday night. With our land so parched and dry this was a wonderful blessing from God. But the results of the rains lead to the need for all six of our big tractors to be needed to run all day today to sand-fight the row crops. When the ground...

Other Ways to Avoid a Late Spring Freeze in a Vineyard

Late freezes. The dread of Texas vineyards. Here are a few more ideas for how vineyards in Texas handle late freezes in the spring. Drew Tallent, of Tallent Vineyards, uses water. Robert Clay did a great report on the process on his web site. The report includes time...

Late freezes in the Vineyards on the High Plains

We have had apricots in our orchard for enough years to be accustomed to freezing weather in the spring after the trees have budded out. It happens rather routinely here on the High Plains. We quite frequently will have peaches, but we don’t get a crop of...

High Plains Winegrowers Wine & Texas Music Festival

The vines are just starting to bud out here in our vineyards. But plans are being made for the High Plains Winegrowers Wine & Texas Music Festival June 14 -15, 2013 at the Mallet Event Center & Arena in Levelland, Texas. Click here for the High Plains Growers...

Tempranillo grapes

Palate Press and David Furer have an interesting article on Tempranillo grapes. Bingham Family Vineyards & Farm has 30 acres of Tempranillo. 20 acres are in full production and 10 more are in 3rd leaf for the 2013 harvest. We sell Tempranillo grapes to Landon...

Edible Austin

We’re still here. Just chugging away on the farm. Edible Austin’s spring issue has an article about our family written by Jessica Dupuy. Here are some pictures that Amanda Grace took for the article. Not much to see in the fields this time of year, but...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all from all of us at Bingham Family Vineyards!