Shop our latest releases, featuring wines made from Texas-grown grapes. Choose from our Heirloom Wines — made with our estate-grown muscadine grapes, a Southern staple — or our Texas Select Wines, crafted from unique grape varietals grown throughout the state.
Please note, we currently ship wines to Texas only.
A beautiful deep, dark 100% Texas High Plains Ruby Cabernet, with fleshy, dark berry fruits and warm spice that fill the palate, supported by a touch of oak with hints of green bell peppers and hatch chilies. The silky mouth-feel finishes with fine velvety tannins and a tight acid backbone, making it the perfect "meat lover's wine".
A Texas cousin to Chardonnay with characteristics of buttery pears and peaches, our Viognier is a full-bodied white wine with delicate floral notes and a medium to low acidity. Our slightly off-dry style embellishes its peachy aromas. Viognier is a food-friendly, fruity, white wine with hints of citrus that pairs well with a wide variety of foods and cuisines.
Much like the goods traded along the Contraband Road, this full-bodied sweet red overflows with complexity. Dark and jammy cranberry with brandy like flavors give way to soft tannins and a long lingering finish of flowers, fresh and dried flowers, and citrus zest.
Essential to America’s wine-making legacy since the mid-1500s, muscadines are commonly crafted into lush dessert-style wines. But our rebellious semi-dry, full-bodied Eighteen-oh-Six bursts with intense aromas of ripe bananas and apples with subtle hints of lime, honeydew, and white flowers. Winner of both the Top Texas Wine and International Best of Class awards at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Wine Competition.
Few grapes express such bold and distinctive flavors as muscadines. This sweet dessert-style wine boasts ripe apple and banana aromas followed by subtle notes of bright lime and peony. Aromatic and richly flavored, this fruit-forward sweet white will compliment everything from honeyed fruit tarts to the spiciest crawfish étouffée.
The charismatic outlaw John Murrell earned his nickname, the Reverend Devil, by preaching sweet salvation at tent revivals while his marauding Mystic Clan robbed the congregation blind during the years of the Free State of Sabine. His legendary hidden hoard tempts treasure hunters to this day. Equally tempting - this sinfully sweet red wine boldly infused with cherries and divine dark chocolate.