You Can Drink Wine With Horses And Donkeys At Blue Barn Winery In Ohio
Sometimes, the view is just as important as the wine itself. If you enjoy exploring Ohio’s Wine Country, there’s one northeast Ohio winery that belongs at the top of your bucket list. Blue Barn Winery in Wooster, Ohio features wide open pastures, a gorgeous setting and exceptional wines. From the inside-out, it’s absolutely stunning — and the best farm winery in Ohio! When it opens for the season, you’re certainly going to want to visit this Buckeye State gem.
Did you know about Blue Farm Winery? Isn’t it the best farm winery in Ohio?! If you’ve been to this unique winery in Ohio, please share your experience with us in the comments below!
For more beautiful wineries in Ohio, check out our previous article: The Remote Winery In Ohio That’s Picture Perfect For A Day Trip.
Best Farm Winery In Ohio
Does Ohio have many wineries?
You may not think of The Buckeye State as ‘wine country,’ but Ohio’s climate and geography actually lends itself quite nicely to vineyards! As of 2018, Ohio had 280 wineries, making it the sixth largest wine producer in the country. “Wine Enthusiast” magazine even called the state the Midwest’s next big wine destination!
What are some of the best wineries in Ohio?
With so many wineries in The Buckeye State, it can be difficult to know where to begin. We’re here to help. Our Ohio Wine Country Road Trip visits some of Ohio’s most notable wineries, including two Geneva favorites: Harpersfield Winery and The LakeHouse Inn and Winery (the latter of which offers some seriously spectacular scenic views of Lake Erie!). If you’re looking for some scenic wineries in Ohio, you’ll want to check out these 10 beautiful vineyards. Among our favorites are Breitenbach Wine Cellars, a beautiful vineyard tucked in the heart of Ohio Amish Country, Rockside Winery, a winsome winery in Lancaster, and Vinoklet Winery, an unexpected little treasure hiding in suburban Cincinnati.
What are some scenic day trips I can take in Ohio?
Since we’re on a wine kick, you’ll want to check out this feature: Discover The Best Waterfalls And Wineries In Ohio On One Tank Of Gas. This new OIYS series is aimed at one-tank trips that really allow folks to explore their state, in easy, day-trip segments. Ohio wineries perfect for day trips include Debonne Vineyards in Madison, which, with over 175 acres of vineyards, is Ohio’s largest estate winery; The Winery at Wolf Creek, a vineyard in the upper part of the state that’s within a stone’s throw of the beautiful Brandywine Falls; and Hocking Hills Winery, a gem that offers both wine and beer — with spectacular Hocking Hills views.