When you’re coming fresh off of Oklahoma’s hiking trails, a stop at one of our local wineries is just the right thing to add to your itinerary! Tiny Town and the surrounding area are home to extraordinary wineries. Visiting a local winery is a great way to hone your palette while kicking back and learning about local wine offerings.
Fish Tales Winery
Since muscadine grapes are native to the area, many of the wines at Fish Tales Winery are made from a native grapevine species. The labels on each bottle of wine sold are also unique to the area, each of them representing a different local fishing spot. Located just across from the South entrance to Beavers Bend State Park they offer red, white, sweet, semi-sweet, semi-dry and sparkling.
Girls Gone Wine
A Boutique winery, Girls Gone Wine has thrived in Broken Bow for over ten years! If you find yourself in the area there’s no need to fret over making an appointment, just stop in during business hours for a complimentary wine tasting. Opened by three friends local to the area, the winery has dry, semi-dry and sweet wine offerings and a casual atmosphere.
With white and red wine available, Vojai’s is currently developing a selection of four sweet wines, Black Horse Running, Rainmaker, Red Sky and Morning Run. Detailed descriptions of their wine offerings are available on their website. We highly encourage pairing your wine with their freshly made, gourmet fudge. This Hochatown-based winery has a great patio area offering outdoor seating. Be sure to check on hours before visiting this Broken Bow-based winery, from November through February it’s closed on Sundays!
Regardless of where your travels through Southeast Oklahoma take you, a stop at a local winery is a great way to relax and round out your trip.