Grand River Valley Wineries to Offer Ice Wine, Appetizers in March

GENEVA, Ohio – The Wine Growers of the Grand River Valley’s annual Ice Wine Festival will take place from noon to 5 p.m. daily throughout March.

Participating wineries are Debonné Vineyards, Ferrante Winery and Ristorante, Grand River Cellars Winery and Restaurant, Laurello Vineyards, Cask 307 Winery, South River Vineyards and Red Eagle Distillery.

Maps of the area that show the location of each participating winery will be available at each stop.

Ice wine is a seasonal product that is released in late winter every year. The sweet and thick wine is made from ripe grapes that were picked while frozen and have a high sugar concentration.

Visitors can stop at any or all of the participating wineries on Saturdays during the month to sample their ice wine, paired with an appetizer. The cost is $10 at each winery and includes a souvenir glass.

To learn more about the appetizers and each winery, click HERE.

Overnight packages are available for 2024. Guests can bundle an overnight stay at the Holiday Inn Express or Hampton Inn in Madison with transportation to each festival location and two festival passes. For information, click HERE.

Pictured at top: Ice wines produced by Grand River Valley wineries.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.