This place is an unexpected gem, unpretentious in a friendly town where people learning the names of seasonal visitors and deer hunters is the norm.
The wine however suggests something far more than fancy. I have visited many wineries - in California as well as Texas - but have never had such an enjoyable tasting experience as what I've had here. While I have historically bought a bottle or maybe two at some wineries (sometimes out of sympathy), my first tasting at Wedding Oak made me want to buy multiple bottles each of several different varieties - white and red.
My recommendations: Terra Blanc, Terra Rouge, Regency Bridge Red, Tioja (the absolute best), Sangiovesse, and Tempranillo.
Cedar Hill, Texas
Stopped in and expected to find a couple of bins of wines with at least one I'd like. Instead, we found an elegant, cozy gathering spot with knowledgeable servers and professional wine production. The varieties we sampled were all lush on the palate and none were "skip its" or amateurish. Normally a red drinker, I left with several whites & reds that required discipline to obey Texas open container laws. I loved the decor, especially the painting near the entrance that I dubbed the "wistfull bridesmaid".