Today, August 1, 2023, is International Albariño Day. What Albariño wine are you celebrating with today? Do you know where the grapes were grown? And where was the wine crafted?
At Bingham Family Vineyards we believe wine is meant to be enjoyed, and as you are exploring Texas wines, you deserve to know where your wine was crafted and the grapes were grown and have consistent quality.
Texas Class Champion
Bingham’s 2021 Albariño was named Texas Class Champion winning a silver medal at the 2023 San Antonio Livestock and Rodeo Wine Competition. Our Albariño had consistently won medals when entered in wine competitions. Check out our list of medals here.
At Bingham Family Vineyards we have twelve acres of Albariño planted in the Texas High Plains AVA. These grapes are used to not only supply our customer’s Albariño wine tastes, but also several other wineries around the state.
True, no mountains in the back ground of our Texas High Plains vineyard, but look at that beautiful sky.
Grapes in the Vineyard This Morning
Here are some of the Albariño grapes for the 2023 harvest. They are not ready yet, but we are testing their sugar (Brix) and chemistry to be ready to harvest them at their peak of ripeness.
It’s right there on the bottle. We grow 100% of the grapes that go into the wines that we craft as well as bottle at our winery in Meadow, Texas.
Bringing you quality wine is why we have invested in our own vineyards as will as our own winery, so that we can make sure that every step of the process brings you premium wine, nothing is sacrificed along the way.
Rest assured drinking Bingham wine, knowing not only where the grapes were grown and the wine crafted, but that you are drinking quality wine.
Come by one of our tasting rooms or order online and have it shipped directly to your home or business to explore and enjoy True Texas Albariño.