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Wyandotte Winery

Wyandotte Winery

Wyandotte Winery
4640 Wyandotte Dr
Columbus, Ohio
USA 43230
Phone: (614) 476-3624

Contact: Valerie Coolidge
Email: info@wyandottewinery.com

The wine making facility at Wyandotte is in the cellar of the winery. Wyandotte is a winery, not a vineyard, so we do not grow our own grapes. Update 2009: Wyandotte just planted its first vines! In the spring of 2009 we planted a grape called Marquette. The first harvest will not be for several years, but we certainly are excited about our first vines! We search for the highest quality juices from the best vineyards and fruit farms in Ohio and the country to hand craft our wines. The winery facility is in the basement of the home and has all the equipment necessary to ferment, process, age, and bottle wine in the same way Floyd Jones did 30 years ago.

In the winery yeast is added to the juice and, in the process of converting sugar to alcohol, the yeast also creates special flavors that are found in no other beverage in the world. The winemaker, Robin Coolidge, uses his skill and expertise to manipulate the environment the yeast are growing in to convert simple fruit juice into a work of art. The winemaking process can take anywhere from months to years depending on the kind of wine and the aging process used.

Wyandotte makes a variety of wines to please any palate. Dry to sweet, red to white, grape to fruit, we think you will enjoy a wine tasting at the winery. No matter what kind or style of wine, you can be assured of the highest quality, finest wines from Wyandotte.

When you visit make sure to get a tour of the facility and see exactly how the wine making process works. We offer free tours every Saturday, see our calendar on the main page for more information.

Winemaker: Robin Coolidge

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WyandotteWinery

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