The T.V. Munson Memorial Vineyard & Viticulture ~ Enology Center
Grayson County College
6101 Grayson Drive
Denison, TX 75020
903-465-6030 ext 253
Grayson County College’s Viticulture & Enology program is one of the few degree grape growing and
wine making programs in the country, and the first of its kind in a Texas community college. GCC’s timely offering
of the program corresponds with the growing popularity of vineyard and winery operations in the southwest United States.
Museum, Greenhouse and walkways open 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Mon.–Fri.
Grayson Hills Winery & Vineyards
2815 Ball Road
Whitewright, TX 75491
In the rural countryside of North Texas lies Grayson Hills Winery. Our small vineyard and winery is nestled on 38 acres of rolling hills surrounded by the native woods of large oak, pecan, and redbud trees. Just 45 minutes northeast of Dallas, the landscape of picturesque southeastern Grayson County is one Texas' best kept secrets.
Visitors Welcome: Sat-Sun 1pm-6pm; Weekdays by appointment
For a schedule of events and Weekend Wine Tastings visit them on FB or their website
Wine Tasting Facility: 220 West Main Street, Denison, TX 75020- (903) 464-0030
Vineyard located off 273 just north of Bonham - 903-583-4281
Web site: http://www.homesteadwinery.com
Barbara and Gabe Parker, Owners
Homestead Winery is the oldest continuously operating winery in the Red River Valley. In 1983, grapes replaced the traditional wheat and corn, and the vineyard at Ivanhoe was started. The great Cabernet Sauvignon grape does extremely well in the sandy Ivanhoe soil. In 1989, the winery was bonded and produced its first vintage. Today, production continues to expand and grapes are also purchased from other growers to produce the wide varieties of wines that Homestead offers. The Denison tasting room is continuing to expand in the historic downtown area. Sherry, Port and Red Wine are scheduled for production at the facility, while major crush and wine-making operations are still located at the vineyard and winery in Ivanhoe.
Visitors Welcome: Mon - tues 11am - 3pm; Wed - Sat 11am -9pm
9 Judge Carr Road, Whitewright, TX 75491
Phone: (903) 364-5242
Bob White, Owner
Tours, Vineyard Picnics, Clases, Private Wine Tastings
Texoma Winery is a family owned and operated commercial winery located one hour northeast of Dallas and only a Texas-sized stone’s throw from the Texas-Oklahoma border. We operate small but think big. Our current capacity is 3,500 gallons or approximately 1,500 cases. Texoma Winery is the home of the Texas Tasting brand. Our wine is developed specifically for the tastes of the Texas wine and beer drinker. The Texas Tasting label features Red, White and Merlot. Newly released are Texas Tasting Three Step and Texas Tasting Blanco. Texoma winery offers other white wines under its Whispering Willow label, and specialty and limited-edition wines are bottled under our exclusive Bob White’s Quail Tail label.
Visitors Welcome Sat 11 am - 5 pm; Sun 1 pm - 5pm
Triple “R” Ranch & Winery
2276 County Road 125, Whitesboro, TX 76243
Office: 1503 Silverlake Road, McKinney, TX 75070
Web site: www.thetriplerranch.com
Ronald R. Ross, Owner
Tours, Tastings, Sales
The Triple “R” Ranch features a small winery (2,500 cases per year)specializing in Reserve Red wines aged a minimum of two years. The winery is surrounded by 100 acres of high-fenced game ranch and three miles of trails for observing deer. Directions: From Highway 82, go north on 377 approximately 10 miles. Go past 901 S. (to Gordonville) and turn left on 901N. Go 2.7 miles, turn left at Dexter Road. Stay on the same road in Dexter, and it will become unpaved and curve around. Go 9/10 mile, turn left on RR 125 and drive exactly one mile to front gate.
Visitors Welcome: tours and tasting by appt. only
Weinhof Winery - Muenster
123 W. Division St. (Hwy 82), Bx 217, Muenster, TX 76252
Phone: (940) 75-WINES
Web site: www.WeinhofWinery.com
Larry and Brenda Thompson, Owners
Tours, Tastings, Sales, Gift Shop
Nestled in the beautiful German community of Muenster, Weinhof Winery specializes in hand-crafted wines made from locally-grown grapes and fruits. Come enjoy a glass of wine while relaxing in our "Weinstube" or sitting in our Weingarten under the shade of the Alpine Pines. We offer our visitors a blend of old world charm coupled with new world Texas hospitality. Y'all Come enjoy the "Gemütlichkeit"!
Visitors Welkcome Thur 2 - 6 pm; Fri - Sat noon - 7pm; Sun noon - 5pm