Miami County’s glistening lakes, rugged and smooth trails surrounded by historical landmarks provide a beautiful backdrop when it’s time to relax. Craft drinks are featured in venues that range from a 1920 one-room schoolhouse with a speakeasy to vineyards with rolling hills.
A whopping 600 acres of vines, trails, forests, berries, lakes, fields, stables, facilities and views. Horse rides, outdoor lawn games, trails, tasting room and cottages are a sampling of the amenities available. On weekends, the GastroPub Trolley is available offering flatbread pizzas and snacks. Isinglass boasts 12 different wines. Try the Ransom of Blackberry Cabernet while visiting. Friendly to pets and families.
Louisburg Cider Mill
The Louisburg Cider Mill has something for the whole family. A regional destination with a national reputation for everything apple – those over 21 will love their new hard apple cider. Visitors have four different ‘everyday’ hard ciders to choose from, with more to come in 2023! Pair your favorite with the fresh apple cider donuts. Regular apple cider, apple butter, and other products are also available in the country store.
NightHawk Vineyard & Winery
Sip and sit under the spacious 100-year-old shady Walnut grove. Reservations are required for all adults and includes a first glass of wine, wine flight or beverage. Enjoy live music on Saturdays. Children can play Bocce ball or wander through the 20-year-old vineyard. NightHawk provides visitors with 17 wine choices. Local favorites include the Woodland White or Vignoles. Visitors can pair their favorite NightHawk wine with a meal from an onsite food truck. Pets welcome.
Somerset Ridge Vineyard & Winery
Celebrating more than 20 years, this family-owned winery harvests its grapes by hand and is open year-round. The grounds offer indoor and outdoor seating. Enjoy local cheeses, fresh bread, and local charcuterie items year-round. With 21 wines to choose from, Somerset Ridge has a broad range of choices. Relax and enjoy a glass of their Jefferson Cup Award winning Oktoberfest wine or try the Flyboy Red. Check the website to make a reservation for wine tastings and view the calendar for the live music and food trucks schedule.
A 1920’s one room schoolhouse with a unique twist. It hosts a cigar shop and a themed speakeasy. It is also a one-stop shop for all things home boutique. Grab a cup of coffee or a specialty mixed drink and spend the evening cozied up next to the fire pit or under the stars while playing yard games on the back patio.
Looking to add a new experience to your winery visit? Ditch your car and jump on the Miami County Trolley, which makes stops at the wineries as well as two restaurants along the route.