Wyandotte Winery is located on the east side of Columbus, near Gahanna. The winery originally opened in 1977, making it central Ohio’s first and oldest winery.

Wyandotte offers visitors free wine tours every Saturday (schedule in advance online) in small groups. Robin, one of the owners, takes the group on an hour tour down into the wine cellar.

During this informative tour, Robin provides the history of the winery and how their wines are made, bottled, and packaged.

I loved the tour, not too many small wineries provide wine tours, and it was great learning about Wyandotte’s wines with the owner!

Wyandotte currently has 14 wines available and visitors can choose their own wine flight, with tastings one dollar per pour.

In this relaxed environment, visitors can take their time to sample and savor the wines, and snack on small food plates that pair well with the wines.

Wyandotte Winery is the perfect place to enjoy a wonderful glass of Ohio produced wine.

The friendly owners and staff welcome each guest and provide an authentic wine experience in central Ohio. Cheers to Wyandotte Winery for making lovely Ohio wines!

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