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Welcome to Bingham Family Vineyards

Making music while growing grapes, organic crops, and children on the High Plains of Texas

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Join our wine club to enjoy our wide selection of 100% estate grown and produced varietal wines

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100% Estate Texas Wines

Do Plan to Visit Us when Times are Better

But until then you may still purchase our wines to be shipped to you or choose our new curbside delivery or home delivery. 

Visit Bingham Family Vineyards

to Explore Our 100% Texas Grown & Produced wine


Bingham Family Vineyards is a multigenerational wine growing family that promises the curious wine explorer a joyful experience through 100% Texas grown and crafted estate wines, the fullest expression of the High Plains.

Enjoy our 100% Texas Grown Estate Wines

Rest assured knowing where your wine was grown, produced, and bottled when you purchase Bingham wine.

“When exploring Texas wine, you may come to doubt where the wine really came from. With Bingham Family Vineyards wines, you can confidently and joyfully celebrate knowing that the quality wine you are enjoying is 100% Texas grown and produced by Binghams in Texas .”

- Cliff Bingham, the Dirt Farmer

2019 Fredericksburg Wine Club Dinner

2019 Fredericksburg Wine Club Dinner

2019 Fredericksburg Wine Club Dinner Friends and family will be gathering again soon to share an evening of great music, food, and wine. We invite all of our club members to enjoy the fun on Saturday, March 21, 2020. As we look forward to that occassion, I thought...

Bingham Family Vineyards 2017 Dolcetto

Bingham Family Vineyards 2017 Dolcetto

Featured Wine of the Week: Bingham Family Vineyards 2017 Dolcetto Our estate 2017 Dolcetto is an easy going yet bold oaked red wine with fruity aromas. The mouth feel is lush with berrylicious flavors of strawberry and cherry with just a hint of minerality in the...

Snow in the Vineyards

Snow in the Vineyards

Snow in the Vineyards The vineyards in the summer time are glorious with their green leafy vines and red and green colored grapes. In the winter it is instead a vision of hope. Hoping for the spring to come with warmth to encourage the growth of the vines. But there...