Welcome to Wimberley Valley Winery, a cherished gem nestled in the heart of the enchanting Texas Hill Country. Our story began in 1983 and continues today amidst the rolling hills of Wimberley, Texas, where our passion for crafting exceptional wines thrives.

At Wimberley Valley Winery, we’re a family-owned winery  dedicated to the art of winemaking. Our owner & winemaker, Dean Valentine, is an award-winning winemaker dedicated to crafting wine that encapsulates the essence of each unique varietal. What sets us apart isn’t just our commitment to crafting exceptional wines; it’s the essence of family woven into every aspect of our winery. Dean’s children are integral parts of our team. Drawing inspiration from their father’s legacy, they bring fresh perspectives and unwavering dedication to ensuring that the tradition of quality winemaking continues.

Step into our inviting tasting room and embark on a journey through our extensive collection. Our menu has a wide range of wines available to taste – from sweets to dries, reds to whites, and sparkling wines, we have something for every palate. Our wine educators will guide you through your choice of any 5 wines on our menu & provide each wine’s background and tasting notes. Enjoy a glass or bottle with family & friends while taking in the panoramic views of our spacious grounds. On the weekends, enjoy live music from local musicians under the shady oak grove. 

We invite you to join our wine-loving community and explore the distinct taste of Wimberley Valley wines by becoming a part of our exclusive Wine Club. Members enjoy access to free glasses or wine tastings, discounts, and unique food pairings curated to enhance your wine-tasting journey.

Whether you’re seeking a delightful wine-tasting experience, envisioning a private event in a charming setting, or need a relaxing afternoon in the hill country, Wimberley Valley Winery is your perfect destination.

Experience the essence of Wimberley Valley Winery, where every bottle tells a story, and every visit becomes a cherished memory.



Do I need a reservation?
We welcome walk-ins for groups of 1-5. If your group is 6 people or larger, we ask that you make a reservation so that we can best accommodate. On Saturdays, we highly recommend reservations for all group sizes for wine tastings. No reservation is needed to buy a glass or bottle and enjoy the grounds. Call us for day of availability at 512-847-2592

Are children allowed?
Yes, children are allowed in the tasting room as long as they do not interfere with the experience of other guests. Children should be supervised by an adult at all times inside and outside. Please do not allow children to climb fountains, trees, or fences as they may pose risk of injury and destruction of our property. 

Are dogs allowed?
Yes, you may bring your friendly and leashed dog in the winery. Please respect the grounds and pick up after your dog. Pet owners are responsible for their dog’s behavior – please remain attentive. Dogs who display any type of aggression are not allowed. Please do not let your dog get too close to our animals, for their safety and the safety of our animals.

Can we bring our own food?
No outside food is allowed, we have a delicious on-site food truck open Fri-Sun. During the week we have charcuterie boards and other snacks available in the tasting room. View Food Truck Menu

Can we bring our own drinks?
Per our TABC permit, outside beverages of any kind are not allowed. No coolers are allowed.

Can I reserve outdoor tables?
Our outdoor tables are first-come first-served. If you would like to rent a patio for a fee, contact our event coordinator at [email protected]

Can we have a birthday celebration on the patio?
Birthday cakes and desserts are allowed, but no coolers or outside beverages. We do not have fridge space to keep your desserts. If you are not renting a patio for your party, you may not exclude other guests from the patio. Please do not hold tables without your whole party on-site. Decorations must be kept to a minimum. For the safety of our guests and animals, we do not allow confetti, glitter, piñatas, balloons, projectiles, or third-party vendors onsite. Please respect the grounds and clean up after your party.

Can I pet the donkey and ponies?
Yes, our donkey and mini ponies are friendly. They love treats like carrots, apples, celery, grapes, and watermelon. Please do not feed them any other foods. Customers who choose to pet or feed our animals do so at their own risk. Children should always be supervised by an adult when visiting the ponies. They have about 20 acres of land to roam so they may not be visible throughout the day. 

How long can I hang out?
A wine tasting can last up to 45 minutes. After your tasting, feel free to enjoy the rest of the property until close.

What time is last call?
Last call is 15 minutes before we close. The last tasting of the day is 30 minutes prior to close for groups of 4 or smaller. Larger groups require at least 45 minutes for a tasting, please plan accordingly. 

Can I use Uber to drop me off or pick me up from the winery? 
Uber does drop off at our winery, however, they will not pick you up. Please make prior arrangements for pick up. 

Is there a dress code?
You are welcome to come to our winery in casual clothing. We do ask that dress is appropriate for any daytime excursion you would normally take.

Can I book a private event?
Yes, we would love to host your event. Click Here to learn more about our event spaces.

I’m running late…
We will gladly hold your reservation for 15 minutes past your reserved time. If you arrive later than that, you will be added to our waiting list. 

How do I get a complimentary tasting?
Wine club members get a complimentary tasting or glass of wine for themselves and one other guest per day. Ask our wine educators for more information about the perks to being a wine club member.

Be advised: Our winery is on a working ranch with many hazards and dangerous conditions including but not limited to: various types of animals, rusty nails and wire, chemicals, poisonous snakes, stinging insects, dangerous plants, jagged rocks, and uneven ground.