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Some Ideas for Social Isolation During a Pandemic

Some Ideas for Social Isolation During a Pandemic   You probably all have heard that Texas has joined other states across the country in ordering the closure of all schools, gyms, and restaurants. Restaurants as well as tasting rooms such as ours are still allowed to...

San Antonio ~ Best Texas Wine 2019

When the San Antonio Livestock & Rodeo scholarship people found out that one of their recent scholarship recipents had made a wine that won the 2019 Best Texas Wine, they wanted to come visit. They recently visited our new Fredericksburg tasting room. Daniel...

Happy Thanksgiving 2018

We will be closed at all of our locations to allow our employees to spend time with family and friends on Thanksgiving day, but we will be open on Friday and Saturday for your holiday shopping!

Texas Wine Revolution 2017 – Rosé Wine

What a beautiful day yesterday for the 2017 Texas Wine Revolution! Texas is coming of age in the the wine industry. This was showcased yesterday when thirty-five wineries from around the state showcased their 100% Texas grown rosé wines. And yes, Meadow, Texas’s...

Happy Thanksgiving and Holidays to you all!

We will be closed for Thanksgiving Day and for Christmas Day, but we will be open the day after each holiday at our Grapevine tasting room. So make your plans to come visit us, and try our High Plains Sunset Rosé and other wines that would be wonderful for your...

Texas Wine Lover Reviews Dirt Farmer

Read this review of our Dirt Farmer, 2014 over at Texas Wine Lover web site. We are reviewing a new wine from Bingham Family Vineyards called Dirt Farmer. I couldn’t think of a more appropriate name for a wine made by a lovely family who are multi-generation cotton,...

Texas Wine Industry Veterans Open the New Yates Winery in Hye, TX

Congratulations to Ron and Samantha Yates and to their whole team. Be sure to make an appointment to visit them when they start taking reservations in September. We are sending them more High Plains grapes this year including Tempranillo, Mourvèdre, Carignan, Albariño, Vermentino, and Viognier. Best wishes at your new site!