The Winery
Our business hours have changed to appointment only.
Regular business hours will open up in the Spring.
At Vindeo del Alamo we pride ourselves in being a pesticide and chemical free vinyard. The winemaker wanted a fresh, green approach to his winemaking. We also pride ourselves in keeping as many of the natural minerals in our wines as possible. We are kid and pet friendly. Our "fiesta" theme is derived from South Texas, where the owners and vinteners have spent a great majority of their time. 
Wanting to retire from the oil and gas industry, Denise and Bobby decided to plant roots in historic Fort Scott by building their winery. They were drawn to the Fort Scott are because of it's many historic buildings. Purchasing one of these buildings, they have turned it into their home, winery outlet, and beloved Beaux Arts Center.
 
 
The Winery
  1. Bobby Duncan Vintner/Vigneron
    A native of West Virginia, Bobby moved to South Texas as a young boy. He studied music, carpentry and welding. He voluntarily served in the U.S. Navy seabees. He has worked all over the country as a pipeline welder and inspector and always maintained his passion for wine. He now works full time at his winery as a vintner.
  2. Denise Duncan Owner/ Operator
    Born and raised in Texas, Denise started working in the civil and industrial trades at a young age and has owned two successful businesses. Over the past years she has worked all over the U.S. as an oil and gas pipeline inspector. Denise now works full time at her winery, Vinedo del Alamo, and the beloved Beaux Arts Centre.
  3. Silas Todd
    Silas was born in Texas and as a young boy has travelled to over 30 states. His interests include farming, agriculture and music. As a college student at 17, he aspires to join the military after graduating.