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Sip & Stay: 4 Ohio Wine Country Getaways

These Ohio wineries are suited for overnight stays thanks to on-site accommodations and nearby finds you’ll love.

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Wineries We Love

Visit four destinations that provide a taste of what Ohio’s wine country has to offer.

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Wine Country Dining

We sip and sample at three must-visit restaurants. Plus, check out our recommendations on where to find wood-fired pizzas, brunch and more at wineries across Ohio.

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Sip. Relax. Repeat.

Visit three charming vineyards that offer beautiful views, great wines and welcoming spaces.

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Vine Finds

From sprawling vineyards to boutique producers, we’ll give you a flavor for our state’s wine regions.

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Ohio Wine Month 2018

Summer is the perfect time to explore Buckeye State wineries, including these 12 that offer dinner, classes, tours and more.

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Grape Expectations

If you’re looking to sip the bounty of Ohio’s wineries, these four festivals are a great place to begin.

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Gervasi Vineyard, Canton

This Stark County winery features three distinct dining experiences at a 55-acre property that’s made for a weekend getaway.

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Crosswinds Grille, Geneva-on-the-Lake

Chef Nate Fagnilli’s approach to butchering is efficient and delicious, as evidenced by the creative cuts coming out of his kitchen at The Lakehouse Inn.

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Henke Winery, Cincinnati

Joe Henke’s popular urban winery merges a fine dining pedigree with an eat-local approach on the city’s west side.

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Ohio Wine Month: Raise a Glass

Celebrate Ohio-grown grapes and Buckeye State wines at these six summer festivals.

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Wine & Dine

Plan a stop at these fine-dining spots on your tour of Ohio’s vineyards.

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Chateau Tebeau Winery, Helena

Embracing their love for French wines, Mary and Bob Tebeau make guests feel right at home at their Sandusky County winery.

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Explore Wine Country

It is the perfect time to unwind at one of the many wineries that dot our state. We visited four we think you'll love and identified spots with great history, tasty food and lots of fun.

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Sand Hollow Winery & Speakeasy, Licking County

Jim Young turned his hobby into a Licking County winery. Then, he created a fun speakeasy in Newark. And, yes, you do need a password.

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Blue Barn Winery, Wooster

Brett and Marcia Urian’s historic barn dates back to the years following the Civil War. Now it’s home to the couple’s winemaking operation.

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Georgetown Vineyards, Cambridge

An incredible view, gourmet pizzas and a fun lineup of fruit wines draw visitors to this Guernsey County winery tucked among the Appalachian foothills.

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Cheers to Ohio Wine

This month, venture out and discover what makes Ohio wines and vines so special.

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Laurentia Vineyard & Winery

This vineyard in northeast Ohio’s Grand River Valley region embodies the feel of a rustic hunting lodge.

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Sarah’s Vineyard

Located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, this winery serves as a lasting tribute to co-owner Margaret Lytz’s daughter, Sarah.

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