Visitors to the winery's Dandelion May Fest on April 30 and May 1 got a sneak peek at Dusk, where seating is available at picnic tables inside the pavilion, outside on decks, and on low stone landscaping walls. The walls are made from barn foundation stones from the farm of the late local theatrical figure Rachel Redinger. She founded the Ohio Outdoor Historical Drama Association, which produces \"Trumpet in the Land\" in New Philadelphia. The hand-cut foundation pieces include the barn's 1871 cornerstone.
\"When it first hit, certainly we were affected just like everyone else, but only for a few weeks,\" Bixler said. \"Because of our agricultural status, we were allowed to be open. We were allowed to taste wines and so forth. Our patio was open shortly after that.\"
Since 2019 we have been recording our own Butlers Podcast. It was my idea trying to do something no one else was really doing in the wine world at the time and it grew from there.Our niece Evie does the intros and outros for us and Henry and I record them all on my iphone in one take. We discuss wine trends, different regions or grape varieties, wine producing countries etc plus a few random things when I get distracted.
Founded in 2006 the Breitenbach winery is nestled in the heart of Hungary's Tokaj wine region. With just 6 hectares of 40-80 year old vines their focus is on the native grapes Furmint and Hárslevelű. Viticulture is done by hand and the mission is quality not quantity which is evident in their wines.
Harslevelu is a richly-flavored grape variety native to Hungary. It is best known for its supporting role in sweet Tokaji wines (where the better-known Furmint variety rules), however single varietals are becoming more popular. made as a varietal wine. Harslevelu often displays honeyed, smoky characters and its name, which means \"linden leaf\" in Hungarian, refers to the linden-like aromas that the wine takes on as it ages.
Located in Ohio's Amish Country, Breitenbach Wine Cellars seeks to provide locals and tourists alike with delicious wine in a beautiful, peaceful setting. With 40 varieties of wines available, there is a wine for everyone, from connoisseurs, to those who have never visited a vineyard before. Go on a wine tour, taste different varieties of wine in the gift shop, or just sit on the patio and relax with friends over a fresh salad, or wood-fired pizza from the Café. See what Breitenbach has to offer for yourself toda
This is a semi-sweet single vineyard Furmint, from the Lapis vineyard. The acidity is so high, that the sweetness feels perfectly balanced, with an overall off-dry sensation. It has aromas of botrytis, honeycomb, ginger, ripe pineapple, and caramel. This wine is showing great right now after seven years of ageing. Enjoy it next to foie gras, aged cheese, and blue cheeses.
Join Breitenbach Wine Cellars on the evening of Saturday, August 28, 2021 for the first annual Happy Tails Wine Trail 5K or 1-Mile (Run or Walk) to benefit the Police K-9 Association and The Creager Family. Our unique event is nestled among the rolling, picturesque hills of Ohio's Amish countryside. Enjoy a 5K run or 1-Mile walk through our trails and celebrate afterwards with food, music, wine (21+), and a bonfire! Please note, this is a self-timed race.
Held on May 16-18 2011 at Ohio State University's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center and sponsored by the Ohio Grape Industries Committee, the competition received a total 268 entries with 167 receiving medals. Official results include a complete list of awarded wines, both by category and medals.
Held on May 11-13, 2009 at Ohio State University's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center and sponsored by the Ohio Grape Industries Committee, the competition received a total 229 entries with 175 receiving medals. Official results include a complete list of awarded wines, both by category and medals.
Marcus Alley, Nicholas Bailey, Christian Beck, Quinn Behnke, William Breitenbach, Jack Buntmann, Andrew Catlin, Hayden Cullen, Peter Davidson, Warren Eckloff, James Fitzpatrick, Charles Gallagher, Patrick Jackman, William Johnston, Spencer Mahoney, Thomas Miller, James Miller, Michael Napoli, Robert Oakes, Alexander Peter, Andrew Pritzlaff, W. Beau Schoolcraft, Maxwell Shaw, Patrick Smola, Jonathan Swinehart, Louis Talesnick, Andrew VonGunten, Daniel Weisiger, Peter Williams, Steven Wylie and Joseph Yurglich are the Young Men of Distinction. 59ce067264