We offer light fare such as charcuterie, warm mixed nuts, hummus, etc. At times, we offer a weekend special served on Saturdays and Sundays. The menu changes each week but examples are gourmet sliders, flatbreads and warm paninis.
Well behaved, people friendly dogs are welcome in the outdoor areas of Blue Ostrich Winery & Vineyard as long as they remain on a leash. Outdoor areas include our shaded front lawn and our pergola shaded wine garden on the north side of the main building. In consideration of all of our guests, dogs are not allowed under our covered main pavilion on the south side, or inside the tasting room. Please be thoughtful and pick up after your dog as needed.
Here in the Red River Valley there are several one of a kind options for dining and they all have a Facebook page: Lazy Heart Grill, Red River Station BBQ, Windmill Grill, Red River Station Pizzeria, and Rohmer’s Family Restaurant to name a few.
No. We are licensed by the United States Tax & Trade Bureau and governed by the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission and are restricted from allowing other alcohol to be consumed on our property. You are welcome to purchase wine tastings, wine by the glass, or bottles of wine for consumption on the premises. Any partially consumed bottles may be recorked and taken with you, provided you transport them in a manner consistent with state laws.
We do have several specially priced tasting and tour packages that are great for special events like birthday groups, corporate outings, etc. Some of these packages include cheese pairings, Lunch and/or souvenir wine glasses. We often conduct part of your tasting in our cellar and even our vineyard. Please call 940-995-3100 to discuss the options and schedule your tour in advance.
Bikers will be on blacktop all the way to our gated entrance. Once you enter the property it is a short 50 yard ride on compact gravel to our parking lot. We entertain lots of motorcycle riders every weekend.
This can be a tough one to address sometimes. “Kid friendly” and “winery” are not terms generally associated with each other. We love kids, but understand in advance of your visit that our tasting room experience is geared towards the adult activity of sampling, discussing and enjoying different wines. We ask that if you choose to bring a little one, please be mindful that their behavior does not interfere with the enjoyment and comfort of another guest. Because we are located on a working cattle ranch in the country, and because of the natural hazards that exists in such an environment, we can not allow children to roam our property unescorted.