Review of Dugout

Today, we have been bottling more wine for your enjoyment, while other have been enjoying it. It looks like our first reviews are good. We are just getting started, but we hope you all enjoy the beginnings as we learn more each day. Jeremy Wilson over at The Texas...

2012 Lost Oak Cabernet Sauvignon

Congratulations to Lost Oak Winery on their award winning 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon! Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 Bingham Family Vineyards & Farm, #txwine Silver – 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Silver – 2015 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition...

Trebbiano is Texas Monthly’s Wine of the Month

“This wine has a lovely brininess to it that makes it a great option for seafood like oysters, but it also has weight to it that makes it good for lighter cooked dishes as well like our scallop pozole because there’s also good fruit on the mid-palate, which is good...

Duchman Vermentino

This @DuchmanWinery 2010 Vermentino has held up nicely! #downthehatch #txwine #duchman pic.twitter.com/JFViolWRUy — Jessica Dupuy CS (@JDewps) January 18, 2015 Glad that you enjoyed it! Duchman did a great job! Blessings, Betty...

Lost Oak Tempranillo and Grass Fed Beef

View this post on Instagram Texas #Tempranillo and #HEB natural grass-fed beef steaks tonight @LostOakWinery #txwine A post shared by VintageTexas – Russ Kane (@vintagetexas1) on Jan 24, 2014 at 6:43pm PST Sounds like a great pairing. Blessings,...

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...

2011 @PedernalesWine with @BinghamVineyard #TXwine grapes rates well without being a splurg! http://t.co/B6BzQhlK — Cliff &Betty Bingham (@BinghamVineyard) October 5,...

First International Albarino Day, August 4, 2012

TAPAS is announcing the first International Albarino Day, a celebration of the Albarino grape. If you want to celebrate, run down to McPherson Cellars in Lubbock or 4.0 Cellars in Fredericksburg and pick up a bottle of their award winning Albarino wine. It was made...

Is Texas Wine for Real?

The question is there… and it was asked by at the Austin Food & Wine Festival and Jessica Dupuy of Texas Monthly Magazine. Here is their answer in Jessica’s article in Texas Monthly Magazine. Here is another great article by Matt McGinnis in the Austin...