Texas Fine Wine is a privately funded marketing initiative representing four of Texas’ most distinguished wineries: Bending Branch Winery,  Duchman Family WineryPedernales Cellars and Spicewood Vineyards. Member wineries are dedicated to producing benchmark wines from Texas grapes.They compete in the most prestigious national and international wine competitions, raising the bar for Texas wine by consistently earning medals and accolades. They also have stellar reputations for their guest service, wine clubs and special events.

Texas Fine Wine Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Check out our Texas Fine Wine video and learn more about our wineries.

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It’s time to get out of town and visit some wineries over the long weekend. People have called recently looking for recommended road trips – check out our website for some itineraries. In case you haven’t visited in a while, here’s what you’ve been missing! Hope to see you this weekend!

Bending Branch Winery tasting room (curbside pick-up)

 Bending Branch Winery Picpoul Blanc

Bending Branch Winery harvest in Lost Pirogue Vineyard

Bending Branch Winery Wines

Duchman Family Winery (curbside pick-up under the trees)

Duchman Family Winery 2020 harvest

Duchman Family Winery tasting room

Duchman Family winery picnic and pizza

Pedernales Cellars tasting room (curbside pick-up)

Pedernales Cellars wines by the glass

Pedernales Cellars harvest of Texas High Plains Tempranillo

Pedernales Cellars harvest of Mourvèdre and Grenache at Desert Willow in the Texas High Plains

Spicewood Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc

Ron Yates of Spicewood Vineyards in the estate vineyard

Spicewood Vineyards Supper Club

Spicewood Vineyards outdoor seating


Texas Fine Wine is not a trade association or wine trail. In fact, its members are deeply involved in the Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association, as well as various wine trail groups, including the Texas Hill Country WineriesWine Road 290, and Way Out Wineries. This marketing initiative has a very different focus than TWGGA or the wine trail groups and complements existing marketing efforts to promote Texas wines. 


Texas Fine Wine was organized to promote its wines and wineries collectively to wine influencers such as sommeliers, retail and restaurant wine buyers, media and wine educators.

Given there had not been a cohesive, organized marketing initiative to promote Texas wines to key influencers in several years, Texas Fine Wine was launched.


How did you select the members of the group?

Texas Fine Wine is a like-minded group of wineries that have an excellent reputation for making fine wine (as evidenced by consistently achieving very high ratings in internationally recognized competitions and forums), a meaningful distribution on-premise in Texas and ambitions to seek distribution outside of Texas, and a willingness to contribute to the funding of the marketing initiative.

Do you plan to add new member wineries in the future?

Texas Fine Wine was established in 2014 with the following wineries: Brennan Vineyards, Bending Branch Winery, Duchman Family Winery and Pedernales Cellars. In 2016, Texas Fine Wine added Spicewood Vineyards. In 2021, Pat and Trellise Brennan moved into retirement and turned over day-to-day operations to Texas Wine Collective and decided to discontinue its membership in Texas Fine Wine.​ There is currently no ambition to create a large group; the intention is to have a select group with a very targeted mission.

Will Texas Fine Wine take positions on policy issues, such as For Sale in Texas Only (FSITO)?

It is not the intent of Texas Fine Wine to get involved in policy issues; it is a marketing group. While the Texas Fine Wine participants do not use FSITO, the group as such has no official view on the issue. For the group, terroir matters when making fine wine, and all participants pride themselves on providing honest and transparent information about where grapes are sourced from.