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Vote for 2017 Best of Lubbock – Best Local Winery

A shout out to all of our friends! Lubbock Avalanche Journal is hosting their annual “Best of Lubbock” contest.

If you would like to be confident in your vote for the “Best Local Winery”, then consider voting for Bingham Family Vineyards!
Click “Shopping and Entertainment”, run down the alphabetical list to “Local Winery”, and type in “Bingham Family Vineyards”.

Vote for Best Local Winery!

Our first vineyard was planted in the fall of 2003 with Viognier! We were the first winery to open in Meadow, Texas just a short drive from Lubbock.

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2017 San Francisco International Competition

The awards have now been officially announced for Bingham Family Vineyards

The San Francisco International Wine Competition, the largest, most influential international wine competition in America, is judged by a prestigious panel of nationally recognized wine experts. Judging is based on a blind, consensual procedure, ensuring competitive integrity as it remains the nation’s most respected wine competition.

We are proud of our award winners as well as the wines from other great wineries around the state that use our grapes!

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2016 Albariño, Monthly Wine Club Wine for August

With the heat of summer still upon us, we are thinking white wine! What would be better than releasing our 2016 Albariño. A great 100% Texas grown patio wine for you to enjoy.

Our 2016 Albariño just won a silver medal at the 2017 Lone Star Wine Competition and a bronze medal at the 2017 San Francisco International Wine Competition. Try our 100% Texas grown Albariño as you explore what Texas can do with this classic Spanish grape.

Aromas of green grape, apple, and sweet floral notes with a touch of lager aromatics. The flavors are reminiscent of lager and cider with a note of sour apple in the finish.

Pairs will with fish or Thai food.


Bronze medal, 2017 San Francisco International Wine Competition

Silver medal, 2017 Lone Star Wine Competition, Texas division

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