Drink in our travel guide to 60 Northeast Ohio wineries. From scenery and romance to family fun and culinary expertise, we found something for all tastes.
Gervasi Vineyard brings a touch of Tuscany to Northeast Ohio with its wine-focused resort.
With its tasting room in a little white church and a spectacular view, South River Vineyard offers a heavenly experience.
As one of Ohio's oldest vineyards, Firelands Winery is all about history, family and fun.
With live music, food, bocce, balloon rallies and pet days, there is much to do at Debonne Vineyards — including tasting some good wine and beer.
Breathtaking scenery adds to the appeal of the Winery at Wolf Creek.
Vermilion Valley Vineyards creates a far-away retreat by focusing on local appeal.
Northeast Ohio has three distinct wine trails: Lake Erie Shores & Islands, Canal Country and Ashtabula. Keep this map handy for your next trip to explore one or all of them.
The inimitable climate brought on by Lake Erie allows our region the ability to produce a wide array of grapes. We have all the juicy details on a few of our favorites, and the journey they take from vine to vino.
Not sure where to start your sipping? Take some expert advice from American Wine Society's Tom Cobett and The Locavore's Kitchen author and local-foods enthusiast Marilou Suszko on the region's best quaffs, from ice wine to cabernet.
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