A New Resource for Ohio Wine Lovers
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Northeastern Ohio has long been a wine-producing area, and the industry has grown rapidly in the past decade.
Residents here have a knowledge and appreciation for wine, and our grape growers and vintners continue to improve their products.
The Business Journal also has enthusiasm for this ripening industry, and we’ve launched this web page as a way to keep wine drinkers in the know. READ MORE
Like a Fine Wine, Vintage Ohio Keeps Getting Better
KIRTLAND, Ohio – Vintage Ohio is no ordinary wine festival.
With some of the state’s best new vintners, demonstrations by chefs, wine education sessions, entertainment, vendors and gourmet foods, the event is a showcase for all that is great about Ohio’s wine industry.
Now in its 27th year, Vintage Ohio will take place Aug. 5-6 at Lake Metroparks Farmpark near Kirtland. It attracts over 10,000 visitors who not only enjoy an array of wines and attractions in a beautiful setting, but learn about Ohio wine in the process. READ MORE
Chardonnay: The ‘Queen’ of White Wines
Around the world, chardonnay is recognized as the most noble of white wines. It is widely planted, capable of producing a broad range of wine styles and has almost universal appeal. READ MORE
Lake Erie: Nature’s Gift to Our Grape Community
In the late 1970’s, the federal government began granting designations known as Appellations of Origin to American grape growing regions. READ MORE
More Clones In Our Future?
As our winemakers continue their journey to making world class cool climate wines, selecting appropriate clones will become more and more important. READ MORE