Since 1998, we have cultivated our vines with the aim of producing
high quality, locally produced wine
-Andy Troutman, Winemaker
Since 1998, we have cultivated our vines with the aim of producing high quality, locally produced wine.
-Any Troutman Winemaker
Most of the old sour cherry trees that grew along the dirt lane behind the winery are long gone. The few ancient trees that remain are both the inspiration and the source of our sour cherry wine. Made from Montmorency cherries, this wine is both sweet and tart- as perfect as cherry pie!
This deliciously sweet raspberry wine is inspired by the fond memories of the winemaker picking (mostly eating) raspberries from his grandparent's farm.
Enjoy this dessert wine alone or with a
big slice of chocolate cake.
The fencerow around our vineyard hasn't seen cows for years and are now tangled thick with wild blackberries. These tiny, juicy berries are the inspiration for our Blackberry Wine.
This super sweet wine is best served chilled and is the perfect accompaniment to a slice of cheesecake.
Grandpa Ralph kept his horses long after he bought his first tractor. We still grow Concord grapes long after more fashionable varieties have come along. Maybe it's a way to honor the past, or maybe it's just stubborn farmers being stubborn.
Farmer's Red is our most popular wine at Troutman's. A sweet red wine.
Ohio-grown semi-dry white with distinct spic and floral characters. Inspired by the gladiolas grown by Russel Roosevelt Stauffer on the same farm where we now grow our vines. Fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks to showcase the flavor and aromas of the variety.
Farmer's Blush is a sweet Rose made from a blend of Concord and Vidal grapes. Best enjoyed chilled with fresh strawberries.
Ohio-grown semi-dry white wine with distinct spicy and floral character, inspired by the gladiolas grown by the Russel Roosevelt Stauffer on the same farm where we now grow our vines. Fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks to showcase the flavor and aromas of the variety.