We grow a wide variety of grapes, primarily used for wine-making. With Texas being one of the top US producers of fine wines, our grapes can be your starting point for learning the time-honored tradition of homemade wine making. Grapes are grown with care, meticulously pruned and allowed to ripen on-the-vine under the Texas sun until sugars reach high enough levels for wine-making.
Purchase Farm Fresh Grapes
Grapes can be purchased by the pound in the following forms: fresh, frozen, or crushed, destemmed and juiced. You will need to pick up the grapes in person, an excellent opportunity to visit our stunning vineyards, and bring buckets or other traveling containers for your grapes. Volume discount is offered for purchases over 500 pounds. For questions or to make a purchase, visit the "Contact Us" page to submit an inquiry or call us at (281) 232-4429. An order form for your purchase can be downloaded here. Learn about our grapes, their characteristics and uses, by reading the section below where varieties are listed along with a photo and description.
Black Spanish (Harvest happening July-August)
Also known as "Lenoir" in some parts of the country, Black Spanish grapes are used to make port-style wines and is prized for its earthy aroma and rich, dark color. Make sure to get some of these sweet grapes before they're gone!
Blanc du Bois (Harvest happening July-August)
Blanc du Bois is a traditional winemaking grape grown primarily in the Southeastern United States used to make white wines with crisp, citrusy flavors and also sweeter wines, fortified in the style of Madeira. These grapes are hardy in the Texas summer and include resistance to Pierce's disease and downy mildew, major issues in the humid climate of Southeast Texas.