There are some wonderful wines being produced in Northwestern Ohio. From just north of Columbus to Sandusky and on to the western side of Cleveland. Stop in and visit one of these hidden treasures of Ohio. They are a fun stop when you are heading to Put-in-Bay or Cedar Point. You won't reget it. Ohio wineries are educational, fun, and economical.
Plus buying Ohio wines is better for the environment than buying international wines or even Califonia wines and you can meet the winemakers and help out our local economy.
E & K Winery - In Sandusky
Firelands Winery - In Sandusky
Heineman Winery - In Put-in-Bay
Hermes Vineyard and Winery - In Sandusky
Hillside Winery - 60 miles South of Toledo
J.W. Dover & Heartland Winery - In Westlake. Just West of Cleveland
Jhelbare Wines Only 30 miles Southwest of Cleveland
John Christ Winery - 22 miles West of Cleveland
Kelley's Island Wine Co - On Kelley's Island
Klingshirn Winery - 22 miles West of Cleveland
Matus Winery - 9 miles West of Oberlin
Mon Ami Historic Winery - On Catawba Island
Quarry Hill Winery - 50 miles West of Cleveland
Ravenhurst Champagne Cellars - 50 miles North of Columbus
Shamrock Vineyard - 40 miles North of Columbus
Single Tree Winery - 40 miles West of Cleveland
Stoney Ridge Winery - 60 miles West of Toledo
WineMakers Guild - 20 miles North of Columbus
Winery at Versailles - 60 miles Northwest of Dayton
The wineries in Ohio are listed according to their location.