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A long history of winemaking in Oklahoma....
Northeastern Oklahoma's Green Country provides
a wonderful environment for growing the finest wine grapes. Our
winery is surrounded by pecan and fruit trees, well stocked
fishing ponds and an abundance of wildlife. Our vineyard
includes classic wine grapes, native
wild fruits and a mature orchard. You will have an
opportunity to see wildlife and nature undisturbed. Expect
"down home" friendliness and comfort with uptown
excellence in wine. Our family wants you to relax and enjoy the
visit, as well as the wine.
We have been making wine in this part of
Northeastern, Oklahoma for several generations.
Prohibition broke the back of this burgeoning wine industry
decades ago. With your support, we are bringing it back! Have
a look at our wine list to see the diverse range of wines we
produce. Interested in learning more about ALL Oklahoma
wineries? Visit our award-winning wine blog:
Oklahoma Wine News.
We believe that the growing wine and
vineyard industry in Oklahoma
has the potential to provide a wealth of benefits for the
farmers and citizen's of our state.
Visit us if you are interested in learning more about new
opportunities for commercial wine grape production in
Oklahoma or selling your fruit to make Oklahoma wine. We
are eager to buy Oklahoma fruit to make our Oklahoma
We host two wine festivals annually, so
don't be a stranger. Trying your hand at home
winemaking? Nuyaka Creek Winery can help with
advice, supplies, even winemaking kits.
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Nuyaka Creek Winery is
It is small and hard to
find, but worth the trip for wine.
To savor the wine and the time, to sit on the rocks
unique vintages that may be gone next visit.
Enjoy the quiet country, fountain flowing, frogs croaking, birds
Come make friends, share a laugh or two and savor
wines done in a natural, loving, country style for
at Nuyaka Creek Winery.
*FYI* The name "Nuyaka" is a Creek Indian corruption for "New Yorker Town", a Creek town in Alabama.
"It is widely held that too much wine will dull a manís desire. Indeed it will - in a dull man." John Osborne