Our winery is open from May through October 30 every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and from November 1 through December 18, we are open on Saturdays. Check our schedule for information on events. Looking for our wine locally? is where we sell retail.
We want everyone to enjoy their visit at our winery. Wine is about taste and aroma. Our patios and pavilion are non-smoking and non-vaping areas.
Pet Lovers: While we love animals (we have a rescue dog), pets are not permitted at the winery.
Wine is always available by the bottle, mini-bottle or glass. Traditional tastings are offered on Wednesday and Friday only and are served at the bar in the pavilion.
On Wednesdays, pizza and subs can be ordered for delivery from the Fredonia Mall and you can enjoy music by a number of local musicians.
On Fridays without a food truck, we offer Kirwin's Fork in the Road Antipasta Platters.
On Saturdays, we typically have food trucks and live music. Check our schedule for more details on times and who will be here.
There's lots of room on our outdoor patio for you and your friends to enjoy wine, friends, music and laughter.
Need cover? Adjacent to our outdoor patio is our tent covered patio nestled against the woods. If there's rain coming, we can add sides to keep us dry.
When the weather is cooler, we serve wine out by the vines in the pavilion. A beautiful space custom built by Pete with lots of seating inside and out.
Three Oaks Vineyard, LLC, is owned by the two of us, Pete and Diana Hooverman. Before we moved to central Ohio, Pete ran his own construction business in Akron while Diana's career was in IT. We became interested in starting a vineyard back in 2006.
We began with 9 vines the first year, and now we have around 800 vines and 10 varieties. In 2009, we decided to add an apple orchard. In January of 2012, we were approved as an Ohio Winery. Making wine is truly an art. There's so much to learn and we continue to get more experience and skill at the craft. In 2014, we were fortunate to travel with friends and family to the Bordeaux region of France. It was a very interesting and educational to tour the many vineyards and chateaux and compare their wine making to process to ours. Not to mention enjoying the wines!
Please come join us for a glass of wine with friends.
Pete and Diana Hooverman