Bingham Family Vineyards and FarmMaking music while growing grapes, organic crops, and children on the High Plains of Texas. Discover Texas Wine
Explore our 100% estate grown and produced wines of the High Plains of Texas
We invite you to use our secure site to purchase our wines to have them shipped to you, or you may choose to pick your order up at our Grapevine tasting room or our winery office. Our wine club members enjoy flat rate $15.00 shipping on all orders including their club shipments.
Made with Love
Read more about our story of generations of farmer working our land, about our organic row crops, our 200 plus acres of vineyard, and our winery. As well as our work with other wineries around the state to bring quality Texas grown wine to our friends.
Wine Club Features
Introduction to our Texas estate wines before they are released to the general public. As well as access to our limited and exclusive wines.
Complimentary tastings when you visit us. As well as special tastings of newly released wines and club exclusive wines.
Gift of Club Membership
Giving a gift of a club membership is available with the monthly club.
Club price benefits
Special club benefits pricing of 10%, 15%, or 20%. Flat rate shipping of $15.00 per order.
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From our family to yours
The Houston Chronicles did a blind tasting of Duchman 2010 Vermentino made with our vermentino grapes. Here's a link to the article. Here is some of what they had to say: "Duchman winemaker Dave Reilly says the wine, made from Bingham Family Vineyards High Plains...read more
Of course first, we had some interesting speakers such as Elizabeth Slater talking to us about wine clubs. Then Dr. Keith Striengler on rootstock evaluation, choosing the best rootstocks for our vineyard plants. Then came lunch… First a salad of spinach leaves with...read more
We have had quite a surprise here on the farm. July is usually the time of year that we are getting ready for harvest not actually harvesting grapes, but last week we could tell already that the grapes were getting ready. We have been so busy that I haven't even put...read more