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A Tour of Oklahoma Wineries

Check Out Historical Sights, Distilleries & Local Art

Make the most of your next visit to Oklahoma with a tour and some tastings at any of these excellent wineries. While Oklahoma may not be famous for its wines – yet – the scene is booming and ready to make your stay in the Sooner State more than memorable.

Travel to the southern region of Oklahoma and visit top wine producers like Woods & Waters Winery, or Girls Gone Wine. Travel in from nearby cities like Lawton and Durant to find distinct flavors, and pleasant accommodations.

In central Oklahoma, near OKC, be sure to try a broad assortment of well made wines. Moonfeather Winery, near Guthrie, hosts weekend tours and tastings, by appointment only.

Woodland Park Vineyards & Winery is a family-owned and operated wine producer, known for some of the best red wines in and around Stillwater.

When your visit to Oklahoma has you exploring the panhandle of the northwester region, be sure to check out Indian Creek Village Winery. Offering daily tours and wine tastings, Indian Creek Village also has an on-site restaurant.

Any visit to Oklahoma won't be complete without a stay in Tulsa. Head for the northeastern region of the state and visit any or all of these premier wineries and vineyards. StableRidge Vineyards features a restored 1902 Catholic Church as their tasting room, and Nuyaka Creek Winery is located in a forested region of the state, yielding unique bouquets and full flavors.

Central Oklahoma Wineries & Vineyards

In and Around OKC, Find a Dazzling Array of Reds & Whites

You might prefer the boldness and full aroma of a red wine. You may very well choose the acidity and baumé of a white wine.

No matter your pallet preferences, central Oklahoma has a booming wine scene, and it's the region to explore on your next visit. Even fans of rosé can find something they like here.

Enjoy a pleasant bouquet of aromas when you visit the Sparks Vineyard & Winery, a short drive in from Stroud. This is one of Lincoln County's premier wine destinations, with a diverse selection of wines, and a tasting room open seven days a week.

Closer to Guthrie, discover the Moonfeather Winery. With tasting room visits available by appointment only, Moonfeather is one of the top wine producers in the area. The historic city of Guthrie makes for the perfect backdrop.

North of downtown OKC in Stillwater, check out the Woodland Park Vineyards & Winery. Opened in 2005, this family-owned and operated winery charming and tasteful in all the right ways.

Almost directly south of downtown OKC is Willow Ponds Vineyards. An exceptional piece of the Lexington landscape, Willow Ponds specializes in merlot and chardonnay – a little something for both red and white fans. Even if members of your traveling party aren't of the legal drinking age, Willow Ponds has them covered, as they also produce a variety of 100 percent natural (and non-alcoholic) fruit juices.

Northeast Oklahoma Wineries

From Okmulgee to Stroud – Find Your New Favorite Red

You're certain to discover a wide range of top-rated attractions and things to do when you explore Oklahoma. In the northeastern region of the state, in and around Tulsa primarily, check out an impressive list of premier wineries and vineyards.

The drive to Nuyaka from downtown Tulsa is a quick one along Highway 75 – it's an even shorter drive in from nearby Okmulgee. Once there, be sure to visit the Nuyaka Creek Winery.

The Nuyaka Creek Winery crafts more than a dozen different wines, each combining the rich Oklahoma climate, with the dense soil found in this wooded area of northeast Oklahoma. A vineyard found in the woods – you never thought you'd see the day.

Each year, the Nuyaka Creek Winery hosts the Fall Harvest Wine Festival in mid-September.

The city of Stroud, Interstate 44's midway point between Tulsa and Oklahoma City, is home to the Stableridge Vineyards. Crafting wines since 2004, Stableridge features a 1902 Catholic Church – fully restored, with a few modifications – as their tasting room.

In Haskell, which is just minutes west of Muskogee, you'll want to visit the Stone Bluff Cellars for an exceptional array of local wines. They feature a variety of reds, whites, and some rosé.

When your visit to northeast Oklahoma has you in Chelsea, you'll certainly want to spend some time tasting the best wines at Oak Hills Winery. An easy drive in from Grove or Owasso, Oak Hills Winery is a can't-miss for wine fans of all varieties.

Northwest Oklahoma's Top Wineries

From Weatherford to Guthrie, Explore Premier Vineyards

Plan your next romp through the Panhandle region of northern Oklahoma and be sure to check out a number of excellent attractions.

While it may not be known for it yet, the wine scene is a blossoming industry in Oklahoma, and the northwest region is home to a selection of the very best in the state.

Offering daily winery tours, and an on-site restaurant, the Indian Creek Village Winery proves to be an ideal destination – whether you know exactly what your're looking for, or if you're just beginning to refine your wine palate.

You'll find Indian Creek Village Winery in Ringwood, a charming and warm town. The drive in from both Stillwater and Guthrie is quick.

When your northwest Oklahoma travels place you in Enid, be sure to spend an afternoon – or longer, no one's judging – at the Robert Bartunek Winery.

Sprawled across more than two acres of vineyards, Robert Bartunek Winery is, in most circles, considered a boutique winery. They specialize in varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon, Muscat Blanc, and Chardonnay.

Explore the border towns of northwestern Oklahoma, and check out Turkey Creek Vineyards. A top attraction for wine enthusiasts visiting Durham, Turkey Creek Vineyards offers a wide range of tour options, tasting times, and European-style wines. Weekend tours and tastings are only available by appointment – call ahead and reserve your spot now.

Southern Oklahoma Wine

Check Out These Premier Wineries

Oklahoma is a vast landscape of exciting attractions, historic sites, and, part of a more recent boom, excellent wineries and vineyards.

Plan a trip into southern Oklahoma and discover some of the state's premier wines as you embark on winery tours and tasting room samples.

Start your southern Oklahoma wine tour at the Woods & Waters Winery. A premier attraction in Anadarko, Woods & Waters Winery has been producing quality wines since 2000.

Woods & Waters Winery is a short drive away from Lawton – visit soon and check out their eight, lush acres of vineyards, and do not miss out on a tasting tour, Fridays and Saturdays.

If you're stay in Oklahoma has you stationed near the Lower Mountain Fork River, you'll want to spend a day at Girls Gone Wine. Drive in from Durant and enjoy their Road Trip red wine, Sinfully Delicious blush wine, or the Spicy Sheila red wine.

Girls Gone Wine is open for tours, tastings, and purchases from March through October.

Along the southeastern border of Oklahoma, you'll find the city of Poteau. You'll discover a wide range of things to do and see in Poteau, and one of the best ways to enjoy your visit is with a day at Black Sheep Winery & Vineyards.