Ohio wineries are coming to you.
March 21st at Krohn Conservatory in Eden Park you can try any number of our local goodies, including
Nicholas Longworth (think Longworth Hall in Mt Adams) was the first to grow grapes in the area, inadvertently creating the Ohio River Valley appellation. The session at Krohn conservatory provides a historical context for our thriving wine area and includes tastings from 9 different local wineries. Your admission price of $35 also includes a Tiffany’s wine glass and a tour of Krohn Conservatory. RSVP by March 17th to 513.421.5707.
While we’re on the subject of local wineries, congratulations to Henke! The fun winery over on the west side was recently mentioned in a USA Today article on urban wineries. Cincinnati has a lot of urban wineries. In addition to Henke, Woodstone Creek, Burnett Ridge,and Vinoklet would all fall into the Urban Wine category as well. Back in June, I had a great time tasting at Henke, although I can’t seem to find the relevant blog post at the moment. I’m glad they’re getting a little extra publicity.
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