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Nice place to stop, not too far out of the way in Ohio Amish country. It is in a nicely remodeled old mill, most of the old mill equipment is still intact. The wine selection is rather limited compared to most wineries, they only had...More
Raining must be a prerequisite to visit this place - it was raining when we got there yesterday. Much like the winery in Geneva, Ohio, they re-purposed an old unused flour mill for the winery even though the juice comes from upstate NY and California....More
My hubby really, no I mean really liked this place. We stopped in on a rainy afternoon of winery hopping. I like some of the wines and I enjoyed the one with Daisy in the name (Daisy Meadow maybe?) while my guy was fascinated with...More
My husband and I were referred to this darling place by a local and it did not disappoint. Such a unique and welcoming place. The man working was beyond helpful and kind, made us feel like locals. The wine is delish, we bought a case....More
My favorite winery on the planet--Baltic Mill Winery, is located in the heart of Amish Country! Owner Dan and his son Mitch always welcome us. Dan is a microbiologist and all of their signature wines are made right here! The Rowville Red, named for BALTIC’s...More
Took a drive over here because we were in Berlin for a few days and liked that it looked like a nice drive. Beautiful drive getting here and pleasantly surprised at how nice this winery was! We tried most of the wines and loved that...More
This was our first time here. Being a wine "Yes" instead of a wineo, it was my kind of place. The place is very nice and they have several sweet and dry wines to taste at 50 cents a tasting. The prices of the bottles...More
This was the third stop on our winery tour. The building was beautiful and we will be back, no doubt.
The wine was good. They also offered wine slushees which was unique to this stop.
The building is what you will remember. The winery had...More
Many things were closed in the area, but the cozy milk tasting room was open. There is a glass fireplace, and a good wine selection. No.111 is a pretty tasty red option. The building is also fun to explore, as many of the original mill...More