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Ohio Wineries Take The Time For Yourself
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Ohio Wineries Take the Time for Yourself

If you are a Ohio resident you may be surprised to learn how close you live a winery. You may also be surprised how entertaining a visit to one can be. It's estimated that no resident lives further than 45 minutes from a winery.

You go about your day taking care of everything and everyone else's needs only to end another day exhausted. You've thought about a vacation but with gas being so expensive and continuing to increase, you're afraid to plan on a vacation too far away from you're home.

Because of rising gas prices "the family vacation" has more and more been turning into the "staycation". However, too often people their "staycation" can only involve boring days spent at home. They believe they are only on a "real vacation" if they travel far away from their home. So they miss what's in their own backyard! If you live in Ohio, you should consider visiting a Ohio winery! You will be surprised!

What Ohio wineries can offer you and your family

There are over 100 wineries located in the state. It's said that there is no resident that lives farther than 45 miles away from a winery. And many residents live much closer. So if you are wanting to find entertainment nearby your home I highly suggest visiting an Ohio winery. At least look into what they can offer in the form of entertainment, most have their own websites and you can also find some related videos on you tube.

From the grape wine you can sample and take a bottle from to enjoying the great musical entertainment and scenery on the back patios. Many of the wineries also serve great food. Another benefit of visiting an winery is taking an educational wine tour. Education on vacation? It might be the best time we've had all year.

Ohio winery locations

As already said, there are over 100 wineries in Ohio. There are wineries in Southwest, Southeast, Northeast, Central, and even Northwest Ohio. Then there are also wineries located on the Lake Erie islands. Put-in-Bay, if you've never heard of this island you should look up. I guarantee if you visit you will have a great time.

You may not know this but Ohio was once the largest wine producing state in the nation. The history of Ohio wine started on the banks of the Ohio River near Cincinnati. Currently, the state is producing some of the top wines in the nation in the world. Make plans to visit a winery no matter what state you live in.

You may not yet be sure if visiting a winery is right for you, so you need to learn more about Ohio wineries. Not only will you be able to decide if visiting is right for you, you will also find locations of Ohio wineries.

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