The Three Rivers Wine Trail in Coshocton County, Ohio, is a great place to visit for a day trip or a weekend getaway. The Appalachian Foothills of Coshocton County serves as the backdrop for this eclectic trail of eight unique locations serving carefully crafted wines and beer. No matter the season, the scenery is beautiful and the winemakers and brewers are onsite and ready to greet guests with a friendly smile. The trail is family friendly, and many locations welcome leashed pets on their outdoor patios.
The trail is self-driven, giving tasters the opportunity to relax at each venue. Free Three Rivers Wine Trail Passports are available along the way and, when complete, may be redeemed at the Coshocton Visitors Bureau for an exclusive Three Rivers Wine Trail gift. No purchase is required, but all eight locations must stamp or sign the passport to receive the gift. The trail’s locations are easily accessible from I-77 and OH-36, and are less than a two-hour drive from Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
Several packages are available throughout the year for a perfect getaway. They include the Three Rivers Wine Trail Package and the Raven’s Glenn Wine Tasting Package.
Beginning in March, 2024, Sip & Stay Thursday returns. Let Cork and Tap Excursions do the driving while enjoying the trail. Included is a double occupancy room at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites with full breakfast, along with transportation, visits and vouchers to four selected locations, and a dinner voucher. This package is only available on Thursdays from March through October, 2024, and sells out quickly. Reservations can be extended at a special rate for those who want to make it a multi-day trip to explore the other Three Rivers Wine Trail locations or other popular Coshocton attractions, such as Historic Roscoe Village and the Historic Downtown District shops and restaurants.
Reservations for Sip & Stay Thursday or other packages may be made by calling Coshocton Village Inn and Suites at 740-622-9455.
Hours of operation for Three Rivers Wine Trail locations can vary, so check the Three Rivers Wine Trail Ohio Facebook and Instagram pages for the most up-to-date information. An online map and more details may be found at ThreeRiversWineTrailOhio.com.
Wineries on the trail offer a variety of experiences; each is independently owned and operated so hours and programming will vary.
Baltic Mill Winery is housed in a converted century-old flour mill. Wine and small plates are served in this cozy and quiet setting, with acoustic music on Saturdays starting with their annual Valentine’s Dinner on February 17.
Killing Tree Winery is surrounded by area farms and forests and is the perfect place to relax. They make a wide variety of wines and slushies and have a full-service kitchen that boasts wagyu beef burgers, wood fired pizza and shareables. Live entertainment and craft-and-sip workshops occur throughout the year.
Rainbow Hills Winery, Brewery, and Pizzeria serves delicious pizza and subs along with beer and wine made on site. The stone fireplace in the tasting room is so inviting!
Raven’s Glenn Winery & Restaurant serves Mulled Wine and Boozy Hot Chocolate during the cold winter months. Guests can enjoy a fireside meal in the dining room, which overlooks the Tuscarawas River.
Stone Crest Vineyard features award-winning wines in a picturesque setting. The cozy tasting room is the perfect spot to sample a selection of traditional and fruit wines made onsite. Guests can enjoy tastings or buy wine by the bottle. Special dinners and events are held throughout the year.
Wooly Pig Farm Brewery features a welcoming tap room, outdoor covered patio with wood stoves and an outdoor fire pit. Bavarian-style beers are brewed onsite and never disappoint. Limited edition beers are released throughout the year, including the winter favorite Maple Sap Cream Ale.
Yellow Butterfly Winery is housed in an expertly-restored 125-year-old barn that overlooks one of the area’s most beautiful valleys. Sip and enjoy the view, which may include the herd of Alpaca that live there.
YOLO Winery is another regional favorite, but is closed January through March, so make plans to visit them come Spring, when guests enjoy live music, food trucks and slushies each weekend.
Visit once and see why guests return season after season to the Three Rivers Wine Trail. Make the Three Rivers Wine Trail in Coshocton, Ohio, part of your future travel plans! Call the Coshocton Visitors Bureau today at 740-622-4877 to receive your free Three Rivers Wine Trail Passports and Coshocton visitor information packet.