Founded in 1983, Wimberley Valley Winery has a proud history of producing fine wines in central Texas with a focus on quality and a wide selection to suit all palates. From special Christmas wines to seasonal fruit wines, Wimberley Valley Winery goes beyond the status quo to bring creativity and freshness to the world of wine.
Our winemaker, Dean Valentine, has been with the winery from the start and continues to masterfully balance innovative wine production techniques and a commitment to maintaining the quality for which Wimberley Valley Winery has become known. The winery, truly a family passion, employs two of Dean’s children, Carisa and Daniel.
From the beginning, Wimberley Valley Winery has been located on Lone Man Mountain Road, between Driftwood and Wimberley, on thirty acres of beautiful Texas hill country. The original winery has frequently undergone renovations and additions as the company has grown, and today the facility is capable of fermenting and storing 25,000 gallons of handcrafted wine using temperature controlled stainless steel cooperage to precisely exact the production and maintain the quality of the wines. Being located in a precinct that was “dry” until 2008, Wimberley Valley Winery long ago opened a tasting room in historic Old Town Spring, Texas that continues to offer our wines and a range of fine wine accessories to the Houston area.
Once our precinct was no longer “dry,” we added a beautiful tasting room to our production facility on Lone Man Mountain Road. Opened in April 2011, with miniature horses grazing in a field of wildflowers in the front pasture, and the winemaker’s cozy stone cottage adjacent, the tasting room offers an ideal spot to share a picnic, enjoy and glass of wine on the terrace, host an upcoming event, or take advantage of our wine education class.
Come by and see us at either of our tasting room locations, and you are sure to feel the relaxed hospitality of the Texas hill country and a friendly environment for discovering new wines or enjoying a tried and true favorite.