May 16th 2015 Spring WineFest at Nuyaka Creek

Come on out to the winery and taste our Oklahoma wines!

EVENT: 2015 Nuyaka Creek Spring WineFest
DATE: May 16, 2015 Noon until 7:00 PM
ADMISSION: Buy one $5.00 souvenir wine glass and taste all of the wines.
INFORMATION: 918-756-7568

Join our celebration of fine Oklahoma wines during the Nuyaka Creek Winery 2015 Spring WineFest! The festival offers a fun filled day in the country, live music and the chance to visit with other Oklahoma folks interested in building a great wine industry for our state.

Don't forget to get a map to the winery!
Vendors seeking booth space: download our vendor application!


Oklahoma Wine Festival Saturday September 21

 Fall Wine Festival September 21, 2013

GOOD NEWS:  Visitors to this weekend's Nuyaka Creek Winery Fall Wine Festival can take home a free t-shirt with the purchase of a case of wine (while supplies last)! 

BAD NEWS: The County has CLOSED the Deep Fork River Bridges that lead to our winery on the Okmulgee county side. Please use the route through Creek County to reach our winery.

Come out and enjoy the day, a wide selection of locally produced wines and meet some great people. Our admission is still free BUT if you want to taste wine, you will need to purchase a $5.00 souvenir wine glass that you can take home with you.



Holiday Wine Festival in Claremore December 8

Holiday Wine Festival Dec 8, 2012 from 11am to 5pm.

At the Nut House in Claremore, OK
26677 S. Hwy 66

Experience Several Great Oklahoma Wineries in One Place!
Oak Hills Winery - Sparks Vineyard - Blue Coyote - Whispering Vines

Admission is only $10.00
For more information call (918) 789-9463


2012 Fall Wine Festival September 15

Here in Nuyaka, Oklahoma, the year has just flown by... in spite of the terribly hot days we thought would never end!

Our festival is the 3rd Saturday in September and will be on the 15th this year. We are looking forward to seeing old friends and customers along with new friends and customers. We will have a fun filled day with wine tasting and music. Plus, we have made some improvements to the grounds that we are eager to show you.

We harvested our wine grapes early due to the extremes of our weather, but got a fairly nice crop. The weather has been hard on all the plants and a much needed rain came recently. It didn’t last long enough for us but it saved watering for the day. You can almost see the plants and birds smiling with relief.

Our hearts and prayers go out to all the folks that have been affected by the fires throughout our state. Remember them and the firefighters, many volunteers, who worked so hard to save so many lives and homes.

Stop by the winery and enjoy the fun on Saturday, September 15, 2012. We will be pouring a wide variety of made-in-Oklahoma wines and Pete will be doing vineyard tours. Map to Winery  


Stone Bluff Grape Stomp August 12, 2012

Stone Bluff Cellars is partnering with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to create a great, family friendly Grape Stomp event on Sunday, Sunday, August 12, 2012 from Noon until 4pm in Haskell, Oklahoma (about 30 minutes southeast of Tulsa).

If you want to wait for cooler weather, the Stone Bluff Cellars annual Green Country Wine Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 13, 2012.



Nuyaka Creek Wine and Chili Fest May 19

Our annual Spring wine festival is a great chance to rub elbows with Oklahoma's community of wine lovers and taste a wide variety of made-in-Oklahoma wines. This year attendees will get an even bigger taste of Oklahoma!

The 2012 Spring Wine Festival at Nuyaka Creek Winery will also include a benefit Chili Cook-off between area volunteer fire departments.

Entry into the event and parking is free at this family event. Adults can buy one $5.00 souvenir wine glass and taste all of the wines.

While you enjoy the live music and wine tasting, area fire fighters will be selling tasting and dinner tickets with the proceeds being split between the participating volunteer fire departments.

For more information on this Oklahoma wine event, visit our Spring Wine Festival webpage at: http://www.nuyakacreek.com/winefest.htm


2012 Rotary Party in the Park April 21 in Muskogee

5th Annual Party in the Park wine tasting event, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Muskogee.

The event will be held in Muskogee Oklahoma’s Honor Heights Park at the North Shelter on Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  Each attendee receives a wine glass for tasting as part of their admission ticket.  Enjoy wines from several Oklahoma wineries and beer from an Oklahoma brewer.

Participants will have a chance to receive a door prize for turning in our Chamber of Commerce’s economic impact survey. If you have any questions, please contact Nita McClellan at nmcclellan@hotmail.com or 918-577-7960.  www.RotaryPartyInThePark.org

Gold Prospecting For Fun & Money


Wines of Winter Tahlequah Oklahoma Feb 9

Cold Cardinal by FreeWine
Cold Cardinal, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.
Wines of Winter is a wine stroll and wine tasting event that will be held downtown on February 9, 2012. Festivities start at 6pm and will end around 8pm. Tickets are $10 and avaialble at the Tahlequah Main Street Office in the Chamber building, 123 E Delaware St. The first 100 people to purchase a ticket will receive a complimentary Wines of Winter wine glass.

Tickets will also be available online at http://www.tahlequahmainstreet.com or in person the night of the event at the corner of Muskogee and Delaware in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.


Octoberfest and Oktoberfest in Oklahoma

andTake Me Hunting! by FreeWine
Take Me Hunting!, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.
Multiple Octoberfest celebrations are going on this weekend around Oklahoma. You can tatste some Oklahoma wines at the event in Eufaula, Oklahoma. The Eufaula Octoberfest starts tomorrow from 5pm-9pm. You can try Oklahoma wines from Nuyaka Creek Winery and Whispering Meadow Winery plus Choc Beer and Polka music. Click here for Eufaula Octoberfest details.

The Opening Night of Tulsa's massive Oktoberfest is tonight! Opening ceremonies and the official tapping of the keg are at 5pm. See www.tulsaoktoberfest.org for more information. Don't miss the 3rd annual "Running of the Wieners"on Sunday at 1pm! This is a fun event and if you have a wiener dog (Dachshund) that has racing potential...join in!

This year there will be an Oktoberfest tent dedicated to wine sales, but I have gotten no word of any Oklahoma wineries that will be pouring this year. Let me know, if you hear of any!


Oklahoma Wine Tastings in Bricktown

About a dozen different Oklahoma wines being poured in Bricktown! Put a Cork in It Winery on the Bricktown Canal is now open in the Heart of Bricktown in Oklahoma City.

Put a Cork in It Winery
115 East California
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Customers are provided up to five tastings for free; or you can purchase a souvenir wine glass for $10 and taste as many of wines as you wish.


Fall WineFest September 17, 2011 in Nuyaka

Wine Tasting by FreeWine
Wine Tasting, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.
This year's Nuyaka Creek Winery Fall WineFest will be on Saturday September 17, 2011! Get a taste of the wide variety of unique Oklahoma wines we are producing.

Tour the vineyards and talk wine grapes with our vintner!

Herman Thompson & Friends will be playing live music

There will be hot food and an eclectic selection of items from Oklahoma vendors. Grab a few friends to compare tasting notes with and join us for a delicious day in the country!

You will find that there are two routes leading to our winery. You can approach from the Creek County side or from the Okmulgee County side our our rural Oklahoma winery & vineyard. If this is your first trip to Nuyaka Creek Winery, visit the winery website and print out a map at: http://www.nuyakacreek.com/WineryMap.htm


Rusty Nail Winery One Year Anniversary September 24 - 25

On September 24-25 2011, the Rusty Nail Winery will celebrate their one year anniversary in Sulphur, Oklahoma. The Rusty Nail Winery is located in Oklahoma's scenic Arbuckle Country near Turner Falls and the Chickasaw National Recreation Area.

Smokin' Joes BBQ will provide catering while the Rusty Girls offer their delectable wines.  They will also be hosting an OU football watch party and the "Middle of Nowhere" Band.

Don't miss out!  Every purchase receives a ticket for a chance to win one of our fabulous door prizes which includes: a Wine Party for 12, Massage Packages, and a Cupcake Party by Gypsy Girl Cupcakes.

Visit the Rusty Nail Winery website for the schedule of events: http://www.rustynailwinery.com


OKC Area Wine Event This September

Summer Sun by FreeWine
Summer Sun, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.
Redlands Community College and Chapel Creek Winery is hosting their Third Annual Grape Stomp Festival on Saturday & Sunday, September 10-11, 2011 from 11am to 6pm. Just three miles North & three miles West of El Reno, Oklahoma (Home of the infamous Oklahoma Onion Burger).

Enjoy Live music, Cow-bernet Burgers, Sinful Zin Peaches, Wine Tasting, grape stomping, and souvenir glass. For more information please call (405) 343-2463 or visit their website at chapelcreek.samsbiz.com.

Wine event cost is: wine tasting glass $4.95 & wine samples $5.00.


Wine & Food Festival in Stroud, OK June 11, 2011

Route 66 Wine & Food Festival in Stroud, OK

This annual Oklahoma wine festival is held on the second Saturday in June. In addition to hosting wineries from across the state of Oklahoma, the festival features gourmet foods, cheeses, "Made in Oklahoma" products, an art show, car shows, and music. Event date is: June 11, 2011 and there is a $10.00 festival entry fee. For more information on this Oklahoma wine event contact the Stroud Chamber of Commerce.

Stroud Chamber of Commerce
216 W. Main Street
Stroud, OK 74079


2011 Nuyaka Creek Spring WineFest on May 21

Nuyaka Creek Winery Sign by FreeWine
Nuyaka Creek Winery Sign, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.
Join our celebration of fine Oklahoma wines during the Nuyaka Creek Winery 2011 Spring WineFest on May 21! We host two wine festivals per year. Our annual Spring winefest is held on the 3rd Saturday in May.

  • Taste a wide variety of exotic Oklahoma wines
  • Tour the vineyards
  • Live Music from Herman Thompson & Friends
  • Taste our new Strawberry Wine

There will be hot food and an eclectic selection of items from Oklahoma vendors. Grab a few friends to compare tasting notes with and join us for a delicious day in the country!

If this is your first trip to Nuyaka Creek Winery, visit the winery website and print out a map at: http://www.nuyakacreek.com/WineryMap.htm


2011 Art and Wine Festival in Drumright April 30

Tidal School Winery by FreeWine
Tidal School Winery, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.
Tidal School Winery presents their 5th Annual Art In The Vineyard event. The wine festival will be held April 30, 2011 from 10am until 5pm.

Enjoy art work from dozens of outstanding Okahoma artists!

Patronize a wide variety of Made-in-Oklahoma vendors while you enjoy free wine tasting and live music from two bands.

First on stage will be Southern Rock from the Iron Country Band followed by a longtime favorite Oklahoma blues band: Selby Minner and Blues On the Move!

Admission and Parking is free, so don't miss out on the fun this Saturday. For more details call: 866-258-1903 or visit www.tidalschool.com

Pinot Noir Grape Vines for Sale


Tulsa Charity Wine Dinner May 2nd 2011

A Bolivian in Italy

On May 2, Piatto Cucina Italiana and Engineers in Action are hosting a wine dinner that combines the taste of Italy and the culture of Bolivia. Guests can enjoy a full four-course meal in Tulsa Hills, while supporting EIA’s continued work in Bolivia.

Proceeds from this dinner go to supporting EIA’s operations and civil engineering projects in Bolivia. From clean, potable water to irrigation systems to eco-latrines, these projects have saved lives, and have given others a chance for a healthier life.

Visit EngineersInAction.org to make reservations online.

Contact David Stephenson, Executive Director (EIA): 918.346.5181
Contact Angelo Amabile, owner, Piatto: 918.770.0719

Wine Event Details
Monday, May 2, 2011 6:00 PM
$125 per ticket (33% goes to charity)
Piatto Cucina Italiana, Tulsa Hills
Call for questions: 918-770-0719

Oklahoma Earth Day 2011 Fun in Vinita

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P7020042, a photo by FreeWine on Flickr.

Earth Day Bud Break Celebration at Summerside Winery in Vinita, OK on Saturday April 23, 2011.

The celebration starts at 11am with music at 12:30. The Bentonville Flute Circle was founded in 2009 and encourages the preservation, appreciation, and the advancement of traditional and contemporary First Nations Flutes. The circle provides an atmosphere that encourages everyone to grow musically, from the beginner to the recording artist. They always enjoy sharing the gifts of fellowship and everyone is invited to participate.

During intermission Summerside will hold a short “Blessing of the Vines” by Rev. JoAnne Wright. Participants will walk through the vines and see the 2011 bud break of the Chambourcin Vineyard along Historic Route 66 in front of the winery’s courtyard.
Summerside invites all to enjoy this time honored celebration of the earth’s spring season. No admission charge for flute circle activities, and of course there will be Made-in-Oklahoma wine and meads to taste. As always they have an array of grape juices for all to enjoy also and The Bistro also offers soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts.

For more information on the Blessing of Summerside Vines with the Bentonville Flute Circle please contact Summerside Vineyards, Winery & Meadery at 918-256-3000. http://www.summersidevineyards.com/harvest.htm


Another Oklahoma Winery Closes in March 2011

Sad News: Sailing Horse will be closing their Eufaula, Oklahoma winery at the end of March 2001.

"It's a bittersweet move, but necessary until Oklahoma wine laws evolve to support broader sales and distribution."

Visit the http://www.sailinghorse.com/ website for more details about what drove this fine Oklahoma winery to explore other opportunties.


Deep Fork River Bridges Opened Again!

Deep Fork River Bridge
Originally uploaded by FreeWine
Nuyaka Creek Winery fans, I bring you glad tidings of great joy!

Okmulgee County has repaired the old Deep Fork River bridge leading to our winery. The two old wooden bridges here are probably the oldest bridges in the state of Oklahoma. Visit for the winery, stay for the lesson on construction history.

This high water river crossing over the Deep Fork River has been closed for the last couple of years, so we are very pleased to have it open again. Vehicles less than three tons each ONLY (seriously). To learn more about Nuyaka Creek Winery or to print the map just stop by www.nuyakacreek.com. We would love to have you over to the house for visit!