Rosé all day, white at night or red instead? No matter your preference, you’re going to want to visit some Ohio wineries in June because it’s Ohio Wine Month! And did you know that Ohio has over 320 wineries to choose from? Find one near you (or start planning your road trip) here.
Since opening in late summer 2018, Michael Angelo’s Winery has become a favorite weekend hangout. Located just a stone’s throw from our home, the atmosphere is convivial and lively during the summer; chic and cozy in the winter. Last weekend we made our most recent visit to celebrate both Ohio Wine Month and National Rosé Day!
Michael Angelo’s produces their own wine from grapes sourced in California, Oregon and Washington. At the winery you can see over 4,000 young Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines which, when mature, will be used in their production process. Guided tours of the wine-making facility can be booked online here for $25.
Two of our favorite items at Michael Angelo’s are the chartcuterie plate and pizzas but they offer some lovely salads and pastas as well. See the full menu here. Be sure to save room for dessert! All sweet treats are from their sister company, Michael Angelos’s Bakery, and they tend to sell out most nights.
Michael Angelo’s is self-service. I recommend that you find a place to sit then go to the bar to order your wine. Food is ordered at the counter adjacent to the bar. You will receive a number to take back to your table where your food will be delivered. NOTE: If you sit at the bar, you can order both your wine and food directly from the servers at the bar with no need to queue in line.
Are you planning to celebrate Ohio Wine Month? If so, where? We have a trip planned to Gervasi Vineyard in July but hope to visit both CLE Urban Winery and some of our favorites in the Geneva region before the month is through.
Many thanks to the Ohio Grape Industries Committee (OGIC) for sponsoring this post! All content and opinions are 100% my own.
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