About Us

Texas Sun Winery Biography

Jim and Sue Ann Krass
Teresa and Kevin Miller

Welcome to the first urban winery in Midland, Texas! Texas Sun Winery is a family owned and operated business born out of our love of wine and our desire to journey with you into the wonderful world of wine.

In our expansive space of more than 4,000 square feet, we look forward to offering you a warm, friendly, relaxing and inviting atmosphere for enjoying wine while spending time with friends and family. You may delight in some wine therapy at our tasting bar, or relax at one of our tables. For your pleasure, we offer both inside and indoor patio seating. You may also reserve our private room for your special events.

In addition, we make available to you a menu of bistro-style small plates and appetizers to pair with our amazing wines.

At Texas Sun Winery, we craft our wines from the finest grapes sourced from vineyards around the world. We provide you with a wide selection of red and white wines, as well as a variety of sangria and fruit-infused wines.

In addition, we extend to you the opportunity to join our growing Wine Club. In addition to receiving a special wine to enjoy each month, wine club members are offered special discounts and promotions, access to special events, complimentary wine tastings and the opportunity to be the first to try our new wines.

We invite you to our winery to taste our various selections, or to purchase our fine wines to take home. You may even choose from a selection of labels to personalize a bottle for a gift.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Our Wines

With more than 50 different kinds of wines to choose from, our winery appeals to both wine novices and veterans, bringing the cultural experience of New and Old World wines to Midland, Texas. We make many of the popular varietals, including Merlots, Cabs and Chardonnays, as well as some harder-to-find wines such as Amarone, Gewurztraminers, Nebbiolo, Ports, and Viognier. Even though we make our wine on-site, we source grapes domestically and globally from some of the best grape growing regions in the world, including California, Italy, France, New Zealand, Chile and Germany.