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There are countless palatable reasons to visit the more than 50 wineries along the Ohio Wine Producers Association's three trails in Cleveland, which span the region from the islands of western Lake Erie to the state's pastoral Northeast corner and south through the hills and canalways of the scenic Cuyahoga Valley. With special tours and events all spring and summer long, Ohio's award-winning wine country offers much more than an ordinary series of tastings.
Boutique winery nestled in the Grand River Valley. Hand crafted award winning wines. We will enlighten, satisfy and always make you feel at home.
Ohio's oldest family owned and operated winery and home to the world's largest celestite geode crystal cave. Visit this island attraction and enjoy award winning wines.
International award winning wines, grown in our own vineyards. Specializing in Pinot Noir, Riesling, Shiraz and other European varieties. Personalized setting overlooking vineyard.
Cleveland Wine Festival presented by Giant Eagle with 200 wines, cooking demos and wine seminars.
Two-day festival showcasing Ohio wines, food and live music held every August at Lake Metroparks Farmpark.
This comprehensive guide offers wine enthusiasts and armchair travelers alike profiles of more than sixty beautiful and high-quality Ohio wineries and vineyards, including detailed maps, hours, events and types of wine offered at each destination. Available at amazon.com or by calling 800.247.6553.
Ashtabula County...Ohio's North Coast destination! 15 wineries, 17 covered bridges including the longest one in America, 30 miles of Lake Erie beaches and sunsets.
A great lakefront getaway. Ohio's first summer resort with a mile-long entertainment strip, camping, fishing, swimming, shopping, dining, golf, three public parks and wineries.
Lake Erie East's coastal getaway oasis with a winery district, golf resorts, day spas, renovated hotels, B&Bs, beaches, fishing, nature preserves and parks/arboretum.
You're only a short trip from sandy beaches, historic landmarks, amusement and waterparks, wineries and much more. Experience the Lake Erie Shores and Islands!
50+ wineries in the Cleveland Plus region offering wines for every palate. Vintage Ohio: in August, a nationally-acclaimed culinary experience, wine trails and other special events.
Lake Erie is in their nature! Cycling, kayaking, parks, scuba, local cuisine, wineries and arts and museums. Halfway between Cleveland and Cedar Point.
During your visit to Cleveland, a can't-miss Cleveland ethnic landmark is the West Side Market, a colorful indoor/outdoor market with more than 180 vendors offering ethnic delicacies and an amazing variety of fresh bakery, produce, dairy products, meats and seafood... +more
Ohio City, a neighborhood just across the Cuyahoga River and west of downtown, retains a melting pot vibe. As home to the West Side Market, a century-old market where immigrants and shoppers have come for decades to find the dishes and spices of their home country, today the neighborhood maintains the same authentic charm, with a frothy addition... +more
The first craft brewery in Ohio, Great Lakes Brewing Company (GLBC) has been creating award-winning lagers and ales for 25 years. When brothers Daniel and Patrick Conway opened the doors in 1988, GLBC was a small microbrewery committed to creating bold, flavorful beers... +more