Visitors and locals alike can immerse themselves in the rolling hills of the wine country of Oklahoma as they enjoy sipping wine and relax during a stop at one of the premier vineyards and wineries throughout the state. These Oklahoma wineries combine friendly hospitality, stunning landscape, and elegant tasting rooms to create a unique charm of their own and a variety of flavorful wines, such as reds ranging from merlot to shiraz and whites from pinot gris to chardonnay, as well as fruit blends and more. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Blue Coyote Winery
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The Blue Coyote Winery invites visitors to taste their wines and listen to some interesting stories about them in a beautiful tasting room featuring a stone fireplace and wood floors. Along with the several different wines from which guests can choose to purchase, the small gift shop also contains a variety of other unique items that make great little gifts. The Blue Coyote Winery is open from 11:00am until 5:00pm Thursday to Saturday and from 1:00pm until 5:00pm on Sundays. The winery also offers free wireless internet, allowing visitors to surf the web as they sip wine.
9564 N 429, Adair, OK 74330, Phone: 918-785-4727
2.Blue River Valley Winery
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The Blue River Valley Winery, located in the town of Caddo in Oklahoma, is a boutique small winery that produces several different handcrafted wines and offers wine tasting in its Tasting Room overlooking the Blue River. Found near Durant, Oklahoma the winery is open to visitors from 11:00am until 6:00pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays and from 11:00am until 8:00pm on Fridays and Saturdays. The Blue River Valley Winery began as just a winemaking hobby of W.H. and Diane Dean, which later turned into a business when the couple opened the boutique winery.
3565 Sawmill Rd, Caddo, OK 74729, Phone: 580-775-4213
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3.Canadian River Vineyard and Winery
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The Canadian River Vineyard and Winery is situated just to the south from Norman in Lexington, Oklahoma and boasts several acres of stunning vineyards first planted in 2000, as well as a winery that offers wine tastings. The Canadian River Winery is open from 12:00pm until 5:00pm on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays. Wine tastings include a sample of six different available wines, and the fee is waived if visitors purchase a bottle of wine. Tours are also offered each day at 2:00pm with not reservations needed, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the winemaking process.
7050 Slaughterville Rd, Lexington, OK 73051, Phone: 405-872-5565
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4.Clauren Ridge Vineyard and Winery
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The Clauren Ridge Vineyard and Winery is located just a short distance outside of busy Oklahoma City, offering a great place to get out of the city for a bit and enjoy unique experiences unlike anywhere else in Oklahoma. The aesthetics of Clauren Ridge Vineyards are inspired by the wine regions of France and California and provides a relaxing place to sit with a glass of wine. The Clauren Ridge Vineyard and Winery is open from 10:00am until 5:00pm on Fridays and Saturdays, as well as noon until 5:00pm on Sundays, offering wine tastings of eleven different wines.
6000 W Waterloo Rd, Edmond, OK 73025, Phone: 405-412-8630
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Farfalla Wines, located in Yukon, is a family-owned and operated winery in the state of Oklahoma, owned by Ray and Cathy Wright. Striving to produce the best wines possible, the couple offer samples of their wines in the Tasting Room, as well as bottles for purchase, and are always happy to share their knowledge and insights with visitors. Guests can sip a glass or share a bottle either outside on the patio or in the tasting room as they take in the peaceful Canadian County setting that has been described as “The Garden of Eden.”
Come visit our tasting room and sit on the relaxing patio.
505 Poplar Ave, Yukon, OK 73099, Phone: 405-354-8381
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6.FishTales Winery & Vineyard
Jesse guided and taught people with fly fishing for nearly twenty years at the Three Rivers Fly Shop, founded in 1997, before he decided to retire, and instead grow his passion for making wine out of the wild muscadines that grew nearby. Thus, FishTales Winery and Vineyard was opened by Linda and Jesse King, along with their friend Andy. Visitors can take part in free wine tastings at the FishTales Winery seven days a week, with no reservations required. FishTales is open 11:00am until 5:00pm Monday to Thursday and Sundays, and 11:00am until 7:00pm Friday and Saturday.
17 Oak Leaf Ln, Broken Bow, OK 74728, Phone: 580-494-6115
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7.Indian Creek Village Winery
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The Indian Creek Village Winery is nestled among the Cross Timbers between Cleo Springs and Ringwood, providing a one-of-a-kind setting for an array of activities. Visitors can tour the winery and sample a variety of wines, such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cardonnay, and White Zinfandel among others. The Tasting Room offers wine tastings of wines produced from the Indian Creek Village Winery’s on-site vineyard. For fans of sweet wines, try the Cowboy Blush or the Sooner Spirit. On the drier side, there’s the Eagle Chief for those who favor Merlot. There is also a fruity dessert wine.
52 County Rd 640, Ringwood, OK 73768, Phone: 580-554-9463
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8.Native Spirits Winery
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The Native Spirits Winery is a family-owned and operated winery in Norman, Oklahoma and uses only the highest quality grapes to produce its wines with a philosophy that “life is too short to drink bad wine.” Creating wines for all tastes, Native Spirits uses grapes from throughout the world to handcraft a full selection of award-winning wines that are all blended, fermented, and bottled in its Norman winemaking facility. Wines range from the sweet Fancy Dancer to the dry, red Grizzly Red Zinfandel. The Tasting Room is open Wednesday to Sunday, with live music after hours on Fridays.
10500 East Lindsey St, Norman, OK 73026, Phone: 405-329-9942
9.Nuyaka Creek Winery
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The Nuyaka Creek Winery is a true Oklahoma winery that produces more than a dozen handcrafted berry and fruit wines made from peaches, sumac, elderberries, chokeberries, pears, and apples, in addition to classic grape wines and its own unique fruit blends. Such wines include Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot, as well as some unique specialty vintages. Wine tastings typically include a sample of at least six wines and are offered on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturday, Sundays, and Mondays from noon until 5:00pm. Guests can even pick up supplies to do some winemaking of their own and get advice from the owners.
35230 N3830 Rd, Bristow, OK 74010, Phone: 918-756-8485
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10.Pecan Creek Winery
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The Pecan Creek Winery is located in the area of Muskogee, Oklahoma and is great for both casual wine drinkers and wine enthusiasts alike, providing a wine tasting experience in its tasting room that while sophisticated and elegant, is still fun and laidback. Tastings feature over a dozen different wines made from the best quality of grapes, as well as other fruits. Opened to visitors in 2014, the Pecan Creek Winery offers wines that range from sweet fruit wines to semi-dry and dry wines produced from hybrid French-American grape varietals, including estate grapes of Cabernet Sauvignon, VIgnoles, and Chambourcin.
8510 W Fern Mountain Rd, Muskogee, OK 74401, Phone: 918-683-1087
11.Put a Cork in It
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The Put a Cork In It Winery in Oklahoma City produces an array of handcrafted wines from only the highest quality of grapes and provides its visitors with courteous, friendly service in a relaxed and fun experience in wine tasting. If guests guest need a bit to eat while sipping the variety of wines, cheese trays are available in several sizes. There is also a small gift shop with many different unique gifts. Both outdoors and indoor seating is available, with the covered patio providing an excellent view of the nearby Bricktown Canal. Wine tastings are complimentary for up to three wine samples.
115 E California Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104, Phone: 405-605-6656
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12.Rusty Nail Winery
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The Rusty Nail Winery is more than just a winery with a nice tasting room, it also includes a bistro and a gift shop. Located in Sulphur, the Rusty Nail is a family-friendly winery where both locals and tourists can taste and sip wine, relax with a glass or bottle of a favorite, browse for gifts, or have a meal at the Rusty Nail Bistro. Specializing in custom wines, the winery produces a broad array of wines that include fruit wines, crisp whites, bold red wines, and dessert wines. The Rusty Nail Winery is open six days a week from noon until 8:00pm.
218 W. Muskogee Ave, Sulphur, OK 73086, Phone: 580-622-8466
13.Sparks Vineyard & Winery
The Sparks Vineyard and Winery gets its name from being located in Sparks, Oklahoma and hosts tasting events regularly at its own property and elsewhere in the state. Visitors can try several different wines at the store at the Sparks Winery before they purchase bottles of wine made from eight grape varietals grown in the on-site vineyard. Wines can also be sampled in downtown Stroud at the Wine Village, only fifteen minutes from the winery. One of the popular wines produced by the Sparks Vineyard and Winery is the Deep Fork Red, which is named for the Deep Fork River.
351310 East 970 Rd, Sparks, OK 74869, Phone: 918-866-2529
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The Stableridge Winery and Vineyards is considered by many to be one of the premier wineries in the state of Oklahoma, found near Stroud on the historic Route 66. Visitors can sample a variety of award-winning wines made by Stableridge Winery from only the best grapes of Oklahoma, along with taking a tour of the winemaking facility and browsing a selection of unique items in the winery’s gift shop. The Stableridge Winery is open during the week on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12:00pm until 5:00pm and on Fridays and Saturdays from 12:00pm until 6:00pm.
1916 West Hwy 66, Stroud, OK 74079, Phone: 918-968-2568
15.Strebel Creek Winery
The Strebel Creek Winery was opened by Gary and Sherry Strebel in 2007 when the couple transformed their century-old barn into a gift shop and winery. Gary used to make his own wine in their home’s kitchen until he began making too much of a mess and taking up far too much space. Guests can visit the Strebel Creek Winery on Fridays 1:00pm until 5:00pm, Saturdays from 10:00am until 5:00pm, and Sundays from 2:00pm until 5:00pm. Wines produced by Strebel include Viognier, Gewurztraminer, Chardonnay, Syrah, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Muscat, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and Zinfandel.
11521 N MacArthur Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73162, Phone: 405-720-7779
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© Summerside Vineyards
Summerside Vineyards first opened its doors to guests as a bed-and-breakfast in 1999 owned and operated by Marsha and Gary Butler. Once situated on Grand Lake, Summerside was moved to its location along the historic Route 66 in 2003. That fall, it was bought by Billy and Lisa Griffin when the Butlers decided to retire. Now located in Tuttle, Summerside Vineyards is open to visitors seven days a week at noon for wine tastings and bottle purchases, open until 5:00pm Monday to Wednesday and Sundays, until 8:00pm on Thursdays, and until 10:00pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
210 North Sara Rd, Tuttle, OK 73089, Phone: 405-381-9463
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The TideWater Winery building was once a building built by John D. Rockefeller’s company during the 1920’s to provide educational needs to the local workforce. The owners of the winery accomplished a massive renovation to the 8,000-square-foot historic Tidal School in Drumright, Oklahoma near Route 66. Visitors to the TideWater Winery can sample several different wines, including Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, and American Merlot, as well as their more unique signature wines of Way White, Cimmaron Red, Red Rush, and Sweet Jimmie Jane. Tours of the winery are also available, which is handicap-accessible.
54560 W Hwy 16, Drumright, OK 74030, Phone: 918-352-4900
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Vojai's Winery welcomes locals and tourists alike to stop by for a visit and sample a its large selection of wines, locally crafted in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. Visitors can sip a glass of wine outdoors on the patio overlooking twisting vines and greenery during the summer season, or relax during the winter months by the outdoor fireplace. A small tasting plate is paired with wines during wine tastings, such as crackers and caviar with the red Onyx Sky. Vojai's Winery is open Wednesday to Saturday during January and February and every day except Sunday rom March to December.
9983 N US-259, Broken Bow, OK 74728, Phone: 580-494-7687
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19.Water's Edge Winery - OKC
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The Water’s Edge Winery, located in Oklahoma City, produces local wines with some of the finest grapes grown worldwide. Operating as a family-owned winery, Water’s Edge Winery-OKC offers unique handcrafted wines made from grapes sourced throughout the world. All wines are then blended, fermented, oaked, and bottled in their local Oklahoma winemaking facility, producing more than thirty different varietals and wines, offering something for every palate of wine lovers. The Water’s Edge Winery is open Wednesday through Sunday for wine tastings from a full wine menu and bottle purchases, with no reservations required for the wine flight tastings.
712 N. Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102, Phone: 405-232-9463
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The Whirlwind Winery uses only grapes grown in the state of Oklahoma to produce a variety of truly Oklahoma inspiring and pleasing wines. Situated along the town Watonga’s historic Main Street, the winery offers wine for nearly any taste. During a visit, guests can sample the Honey Apple wine, which is an award-winning blend of red apple wine and honey mead, or try the Wild Sand Plum wine for a true taste of the western part of the state, made from wild plums that grow along the rural roads. The best-selling Whirlwind wine is the sweet and light Sweet Fay Rose.
109 E Main St, Watonga OK, 73772, Phone: 580-623-1012
21.Whispering Meadows Vineyards
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The Whispering Meadows Vineyards is a boutique-style winery located in McAlester, Oklahoma, housed in what was once the Newton Jewelry Store. Constructed back in the year 1901, the building features murals done by an artist from the local area and curved glass windows. Situated in the heart of the town’s downtown area, Whispering Meadows offers home decor, gourmet food products, and cheeses, in addition to its variety of exclusive wines, and wine labels feature original watercolor paintings created by Paula Anderson, a local award-winning artist. Whispering Meadows is open Tuesday to Saturday beginning at 10:00am.
34 E Choctaw Ave, McAlester, OK 74501, Phone: 918-423-9463
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22.Woods & Waters Winery & Vineyards
The Woods and Waters Winery and Vineyards has been named one of the best wineries and spots for a day trip in the state of Oklahoma. Visitors can sip wine out on the patio that overlooks the 24-acre vineyard and pond during warmer weather, as well as wine tastings in the Tasting Room year-round. On Saturdays, guests can also have a meal on the patio or in the bistro. One of the reasons why Woods and Waters Winery is so popular is its complimentary wine tastings, featuring a choice of one dessert wine and four table wines from the thirty different varieties.
17153 CR 1380, Anadarko, OK 73005, Phone: 405-247-3000
22 Best Oklahoma Wineries
- Blue Coyote Winery, Photo: Blue Coyote Winery
- Blue River Valley Winery, Photo: Blue River Valley Winery
- Canadian River Vineyard and Winery, Photo: Canadian River Vineyard and Winery
- Clauren Ridge Vineyard and Winery, Photo: LIGHTFIELD STUDIOS/stock.adobe.com
- Farfalla Wines, Photo: suwanphoto/stock.adobe.com
- FishTales Winery & Vineyard, Photo: Thanakorn/stock.adobe.com
- Indian Creek Village Winery, Photo: Indian Creek Village Winery
- Native Spirits Winery, Photo: Native Spirits Winery
- Nuyaka Creek Winery, Photo: Nuyaka Creek Winery
- Pecan Creek Winery, Photo: Pecan Creek Winery
- Put a Cork in It, Photo: Put a Cork in It
- Rusty Nail Winery, Photo: Rusty Nail Winery
- Sparks Vineyard & Winery, Photo: stokkete/stock.adobe.com
- Stableridge Winery, Photo: Stableridge Winery
- Strebel Creek Winery, Photo: poplasen/stock.adobe.com
- Summerside Vineyards, Photo: Summerside Vineyards
- TideWater Winery, Photo: TideWater Winery
- Vojai's Winery, Photo: Vojai's Winery
- Water's Edge Winery - OKC, Photo: Water's Edge Winery - OKC
- Whirlwind Winery, Photo: Whirlwind Winery
- Whispering Meadows Vineyards, Photo: Whispering Meadows Vineyards
- Woods & Waters Winery & Vineyards, Photo: fotolesnik/stock.adobe.com
- Cover Photo: Aerial Mike/stock.adobe.com
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