We are appreciative of all of our visitors at Bingham Family Vineyards, but when Kristyn Harris shows up on Bingo, the Texas Long Horn steer, well, heads do turn.
Thank you for dropping by our place, and we hope that you enjoyed yourself, Kristyn.
And thank you to our own Steven Krueger for being such a hospitable host for us at our Fredericksburg tasting room.
You all come out sometime, too! And enjoy 100% Texas grown estate wine!
Our Viognier is aromatic with blossom, peach, and pear notes. The mouth feel is viscous and lush with flavors of applesauce, peach, apricot, and lemon oil with minerals in the background for a long lingering finish.
Viognier pairs well with creamy sauces such as turkey and gravy at the Thanksgiving meal. Also with chicken salad and fruit or spicy south-east Asian curries.
We planted our first vines of Viognier in 2004. We now cultivate over thirty acres. This grape variety is one of our earliest budding in the spring, so it is often the one that suffers the most with a late spring freeze. But when the wine is finished it is well worth all the hard labor involved from the vineyards, to the winery, and to our tastings rooms for your enjoyment.
At our member tastings in November, we will be tasting our 2018 Viognier as well as showcasing our 2016 Petit Verdot which won a silver medal and was Texas Class Champion at the 2019 Houston Livestock & Rodeo International Wine Competition. It also won a gold medal at the 2019 San Antonio Livestock & Rodeo Wine Competition. This 2016 Petit Verdot is in limited supply, so you will want to purchase your bottles now for gatherings with friends and for gifts.
All of our wines are estate wines; grown, produced, and bottled by the family for you to enjoy. Drink with confidence, knowing that you are exploring true 100% Texas grown wine.
When you think of delicious and delectable wine, places like Napa Valley, France, or Italy probably come to mind. But did you know that some of the best wine in the world is grown on Texas soil?
Here is a list of 10 great wineries that you may want to visit. We are please that we made the list.
Please read the article for some great reporting on some really good wineries.
A new release! Our 2018 Cloudburst is a smooth blend of Trebbiano, Albariño, Vermentino, and Roussanne. It is sure to be a favorite just as our last vintage of Cloudburst was. The 2018 has already won a gold medal at the 2020 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Wine Competition.
Our 2014 Cloudburst was sure an award winner, winning 13 awards including a Silver at the San Francisco International Wine Competition.
2018 Cloudburst is the wine for our white wine monthly club members for the month of October. As well as included in many of our Traditional Club shipments that are going out this month.
The story behind the name Cloudburst is that the Texas High Plains has a very dry climate, but when rain comes, it very often comes quickly in a refreshing way. Just as when drinking our Cloudburst.
But all can enjoy it now at any of our tasting rooms or purchase it on-line. We are now shipping to many states, so check that out.
Our 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon is a limited release wine. Only 120 cases were produced. This Cabernet Sauvignon with flavors rich with vanilla, blackberry, black cherry, mineral, and oak is our wine for our monthly club members. It is also being shipped with some of our Traditional Club shipments.
Only available for our club members to purchase. We want to thank our club members for their loyal support which is why we save the best for them.
Enjoy this Cabernet Sauvignon paired with a filet mignon with a rich balsamic glaze, blue cheese burgers, or herbed grilled lamb loin chops.
All of our wines are estate wines; grown, produced, and bottled by the family for you to enjoy. Drink with confidence, knowing that you are exploring true 100 percent Texas grown wine.