The original 17-acre Kuhlken Estate Vineyard is located north of Fredericksburg along the Llano Highway in the first viticultural area designated in Texas, Bell Mountain AVA (American Viticultural Area). This section of the Texas Hill Country enjoys cooler evenings and superior soil, making it one of the most ideal locations in the state for grape growing. Responsible for preserving these natural conditions for future generations, the Kuhlken family employs ecologically sound agricultural practices that minimize impact upon the landscape. Planted in distinct blocks, varieties cultivated in the vineyard include Tempranillo, Touriga Nacional, Albarino, Mourvedre, Grenache, and small amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
Located on 75 acres on the Texas High Plains, near the town of Meadow, the Binghams are a family of fourth and fifth-generation farmers, who began planting grapes in 2004. The Binghams specialize in growing. They are part of the Texas High Plains grape grower community, High Plains Wine Growers, and grow Tempranillo, Viognier, Muscat, Mourvedre, and Albariño for Pedernales Cellars.
This West Texas vineyard is home to renowned wine growers Neal and Janice Newsom. Started in 1986, the vineyard produces nearly 400 tons of grapes each year, including Tempranillo, Malbec, Albariño, Mourvedre, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon grapes used in Pedernales Cellars wines.
Located in the Texas Hill Country, near Kuhlken Vineyards, Parr Vineyards began planting in 2006, and exclusively sells its Tempranillo, Mourverdre, and Touriga Nacional grapes to Pedernales Cellars.
Located in the Texas South Plains, Reddy vineyard grows a variety of grapes that flourish in hot weather climates and the region’s sandy loam top soil and limestone sub-soil. Pedernales Cellars sources Viognier, and Tempranillo from Reddy Vineyards.
Located in the Texas Hill Country just south of Blanco, Stout Vineyards is owned by Master Sommelier Guy Stout. The vineyards is planted with Tempranillo and Syrah, both of which Pedernales sources.