Bob Johnson's Wine Lines Toasts Oklahoma Wineries

Oklahoma - home to a blossoming wine industry

Veteran wine writer Bob Johnson has some encouraging words about the state of Oklahoma's wine industry. Here's a little taste of what he had to say:

Some surprisingly good wine is being made in Oklahoma, where the land historically has been used for cattle grazing and such agricultural products as cotton, wheat and peanuts — but certainly not wine grapes.

Modern technology has changed that, however, and in certain pockets where appropriate soils and climate converge, a wine industry is blossoming.

Let's visit seven of the pioneering, promising estates... - Bob Johnson

He goes on to discuss Okie vintners: Stone Bluff Cellars Inn & Winery, Tidal School Vineyards, Moonfeathers Winery, Cimarron Cellars, Nuyaka Creek Winery, and Cabin Creek Vineyard.

Read the full article from the Victorville Press here:

Now who says Oklahoma gets no love?

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