We Love Wine.
Not just drinking it, though that part is fun too. We love creating artwork in your glass with unique blends and cutting edge techniques. Most of all, we love sharing our wines with our friends, new and old. When you walk through our door, you’re a part of the Hye Meadow Family.
Located on gorgeous property under towering oak trees, Hye Meadow Winery will make you feel right at home. Both our covered patio and our tasting room are the perfect spots to kick back, relax and enjoy a glass of wine from 100% Texas grapes. Indulge in one of our artisan cheese plates, play a round at one of our many yard games or wander over and pet our resident donkeys.
Our staff is friendly, approachable, and knowledgeable. And not just about wine – feel free to ask for dinner recommendations or the best spots for live music.
At Hye Meadow Winery, we take our wine seriously, but we also know how to have serious fun. Come on out to our little place in the Hill Country. It’s Hye time you did.
For more info, visit the Hye Meadow Winery website.
Dry & Sweet Menu – Hye Meadow Winery is a destination to discover wine, natural beauty and Texas hospitality in historic Hye, Texas.
Our goal is to fulfill and excite curious, open-hearted wine lovers with a range of intriguing whites and hearty Mediterranean-based reds. Our boutique wines are served in a modern tasting room that overlooks our 42 oak-studded acres. With three decks, a relaxed attitude and a staff that loves to talk wine, we hope to share our love of wine with you.
Hye Meadow Winery seeks pristine fruit and works closely with skilled growers to select the very best. In addition, the production team sorts all fruit before and after destemming and/or crushing.
All white wines are gently pressed, and generally fermented in stainless steel tanks to control the temperature. They will ferment to dryness, and spend several months on the lees, either in tank or stainless steel drums.
Hye Meadow red wines are de-stemmed into small bins and punched down several times daily. Pressing is gentle, and malolactic fermentation occurs in the barrel using less than 30% new oak in any given lot. Racking and fining are variety and lot specific, as are élevage and bottling.