Buene Suerte Vineyards sits on the High Plains of West Texas. Our climate has long, hot summers and cold winters. Rainfall is very low; the entire region receives fewer than 17 inches of rainfall annually. High summer temperatures mean most of the small amount of precipitation is lost to evaporation. The perfect environment to grow wine grapes.

With majestic skies and occasional winds that will set you reeling, the High Plains of Texas are well suited for growing certain varietals of wine grapes. These harsh conditions, along with years of knowledge in viticulture, lead to one fantastic place that grows some of the world’s best grapes.

Region
Texas High Plains
Altitude
3,500'
Latitude
33° 19' 24.791``
Longitude
102°28'17.182``
Planted Varietals
Tepranillo, Trebbiano, Sangiovese, Ruby Cabernet, Mourvedre, Moscato Giallo, Carignan, Cabernet Sauvignon, Viognier
Climate
Cool evenings and hot afternoons
Soil
Sand and sandy loam

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