Timeline of Bingham Family Vineyards
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.
Noah and Mollie Raymer Bell move to Terry County to homestead. Originally they lived in a half dugout.
Thomas Nathan and Margaret Isabelle Hale Bingham came to Terry County in a covered wagon later living in a dugout.
After Johnnie Whitson Bingham decided that Noah’s daughter, Vera Norman, was his “one and only” they married in Big Spring, Texas.
After marrying, Eddie and Peggy Bingham begin farming. Later being involved in raising cattle as well.
Although Cliff had been farming with his father for many years before, he begins farming and marries Betty Eads Bingham.
Cliff begins the process of preparing his farm land for Texas Department of Agriculture certification of organic.
Cliff, Betty, and children plant 4 acres of Viognier and 1 acre of Gewürztraminer.
Vineyard in second leaf.
Grapevine tasting room is opened to share our wines to our Dallas / Fort Worth friends.
Bingham Wines begin winning awards at international wine competitions.
The Binghams welcome guests to the opening of their Fredericksburg tasting room, bringing 100% estate wines to share with our friends.