The 10 Best Wineries in Oklahoma!

During the late 1800s, Oklahoma had many vineyards where grapes for wine were grown. Prohibition almost killed the industry in the state, and then the Dust Bowl and Depression followed, which practically brought wine production to a halt. Oklahoma was a dry state until 1959, which made making wine very unprofitable, but vineyards continued to cultivate grapes. Since the 1990s, the interest in Oklahoma wine has brought new life to the vineyards. Here are some of the most notable wineries you can visit in the state. 

1. Girls Gone Wine, Broken Bow, OK

Come to Girls Gone Wine for a wine tasting session or make an appointment to make your own batch of wine with your friends. Shop in the gift shop or take a tour of the production area. 

2. Sparks Vineyard & Winery, Stroud, OK

Sparks has earned multiple awards since its establishment in 2000. It’s continually growing and changing to meet the new demands of the Oklahoma wine industry. The Deep Fork Red is named after the Deep Fork River and said to be the most asked-for sweet red in the state. 

3. Canadian River Vineyard and Winery, Lexington, OK

The Chocolate Drop wine won double gold in the Indy International Wine Competition, and the winery has won awards in every competition that they’ve entered. Daily tours are available with free wine tasting for up to six wines from their collection. 

4. StableRidge Vineyards and Winery, Stroud, OK

If you’re taking a trip along Route 66, you’ll want to make sure you check out this premier winery, according to TravelOK. The tasting room is housed in a refurbished Catholic Church. The Peachy P wine is absolutely divine. Pick a bottle up to enjoy summer any time of year. 

5. Tres Suenos, Luther, OK

Tres Suenos is one of the earliest working vineyards in Oklahoma. Only locally-grown grapes are used in their wine. Wine tastings available by appointment on Thursday through Saturday. 

6. Nuyaka Creek Winery, Bristow, OK

Nuyaka Creek features grapes and other orchard fruits in its award-winning wines. The winery hosts two festivals every year to come out and taste their wines and those of others around the state. You’ll find Oklahoma-grown elderberry wine and other unique combinations. 

7. Fish Tales Winery & Vineyards, Broken Bow, OK

The owners of Fish Tales combined their love of fly fishing and wine into a business that produces muscadine and other wines unique to the region. It’s open for tastings Wednesday through Friday. 

8. Woods & Waters Winery & Vineyard, Anadarko, OK

According to its website, Woods & Waters is the most awarded winery in Oklahoma. During the summer, sip a glass of wine on the patio, but you’ll find the tasting room open all year long with a free wine-tasting. It’s said to be the best day trip in Oklahoma for adults. 

9. Plymouth Valley Cellars, Fairview, OK

Plymouth Valley Cellars features an aromatic Gewurztraminer and other Oklahoma wines grown and bottled on-site. The vineyard was established in 2000 and has been recognized for its approach to agritourism. 

10. Chapel Creek Winery, El Reno, OK

It’s been named a favorite local winery by “The Oklahoman’s Reader Choice Awards,” earned a double gold at the Indy International wine festival and taken many other awards. The winery sits in a historic hotel building where you can sample the delicious wines. 

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