Ohio Quality Wine

Ohio-grown grapes make Ohio Quality Wine. Photo by Jeff Adkins/FFM staff

Raise a glass to Ohio’s delicious wines. After evaluating nearly 20 wines at an annual Statehouse event, Ohio Department of Agriculture Director David Daniels announced the Director’s Choice recipients.

These well-deserved wines are eligible for Ohio Quality Wine designation, meaning they were made from at least 90 percent Ohio-grown grapes.

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The 2018 winners for the Director’s Choice awards included Debonné Vineyards in Lake County, Meranda-Nixon Winery in Brown County, Henke Winery in Hamilton County and Kosicek Vineyards in Ashtabula County.

Learn more about each of these producers and find a complete list of Ohio Quality Wines at findohiowines.com.

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