Oklahoma April 24, 2018
6 Small Town Wineries In Oklahoma You’ll Want To Explore
Believe it or not, Oklahoma is home to many award-winning wineries. It often surprises out-of-towners that we have a variety of vineyards (because of our red dirt). Many of them are located in small towns across the state, and you’ll love sipping wine in their charming tasting rooms. Here are six you’ll want to explore:
1. Indian Creek Village Winery: 52 County Road 640, Ringwood
This winery doubles as a bed & breakfast and event center, giving guests a view to remember. Plan your next special event at Indian Creek or stay a few nights in one of the 5 rooms at the B&B. The pool and deck overlook the vineyard at this peaceful getaway. If you visit during harvest season, join the yearly grape-stomp festivity.
2. Woods and Waters Winery and Vineyard: 17153 County Road 1380, Anadarko
Oklahoma's largest vineyard can be found at Woods & Waters. The vineyard contains 11 different types of grapes that produce fantastic tasting wines. Enjoy the steakhouse and bistro on-site for an enjoyable afternoon or evening dining experience. The steakhouse is open on Friday and Saturdays from 5-9 p.m. and the bistro is open on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
3. Nuyaka Creek Winery: 35230 N3830 Road, Bristow
Located in northeastern Oklahoma, this winery is the perfect place to try a handcrafted fruit and berry wine. You can take a tour and see the winemaking process while admiring the elderberries and other fruit on the property.
4. Silvertop Farm & Winery: 6151 West Fountain Road, Ponca City
If you enjoy visiting Oklahoma’s beautiful farms, there’s a fantastic one in Ponca City that has so much to offer visitors. Silvertop Farm & Vineyards is a fully functional farm and working vineyard that sits on 4,000 acres in north-central Oklahoma. You can tour the farm and vineyards, purchase products made right on the farm, pet the animals, sip the wine and much more.
5. Sparks Vineyard & Winery: 351310 East 970 Road, Sparks
Nestled on 80 acres in central Oklahoma, Sparks grows eight varieties of grapes and serves wine that can be tasted at the Wine Village in downtown Stroud. One of their most famous wines, Deep For Red, is named after the Deep Fork River.
6. Stable Ridge Winery: 1916 West Hwy 66,
As one of Oklahoma's premier wineries, Stable Ridge only uses the best grapes to produce their award-winning wine. They offer tours, a tasting room, and gift shop. The tasting room is housed in a charming, old Catholic Church and is the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine in the country.
Don’t these all look like charming places to visit? For more information on Woods & Waters Winery, check out our previous article we wrote about them