About Us

Green Hops

our story

From the Vineyard to our Wine – Brewer to Craft Beer

All together … About Us … 

Bridging Vines is a family owned and operated farm winery, vineyard & small batch brewery. We offer a portfolio focusing on dry wines crafted in both old world & new world style. Additionally, our tasting room serves up Oklahoma crafted beer either brewed on premise or sourced from Oklahoma breweries.

Our unique tasting room and event space is located on 10 acres in Yukon, Oklahoma, just minutes from Oklahoma City. We offer guests a welcoming environment to spend time with family and friends, walk the vineyard, and enjoy wines from near and far. Those who are looking to learn more about our collection of wines and craft beer will enjoy interacting with our knowledgeable team of viniculture & hop enthusiasts. We invite you to come and experience Bridging Vines Winery & Brewery.

our mission

We create legendary wines & craft beer for your pleasure & inspiration

Only the Finest Grapes Used

High quality grapes grown at our own vineyard, sourced from local vineyards and from the finest grape growing regions!

Oklahoma Vineyard & Brewery

Family Owned & Operated

Oak Aging Barrels

American white and European oak

Our Benefits

Only the finest Grapes used for our Wine!

Using the finest grapes available is essential for producing fine wines.

At Bridging Vines, we meticulously select the right grapes, ensuring the perfect equilibrium between water availability and sugar accumulation. This delicate balance results in the production of exceptional, high-quality fruit.

As a rule, grape varieties best suited for the hot and humid climate of Oklahoma tend to produce bigger, bolder wines with higher alcohol, soft acidity, a fuller body, and lusher fruit flavors.

Cabernet Sauvignon!

Only the finest ingredients used in our Craft Beer!

Only the finest certified ingredients for making craft beer are used – malted barley, hops, yeast, and water. Malted barley is the primary source of sugar in beer and provides the color and flavor of the beer. Hops are used to balance the sweetness of the malt and provide bitterness and aroma to the beer. Yeast is used to ferment the sugars in the malted barley into alcohol and carbon dioxide. Water is used to dissolve the sugars in the malted barley and provide a neutral base for the other ingredients.

Dry Barley