Summer 2011 travel blog

Elk Creek Hunt Club & Sporting Clays

Elk Creek Winery

Sign in driveway of winery

Looking from the winery past the grapes to their ampitheater where they...

Looking at the warehouse section of the winery from the parking lot

Fermenting Vats. The one with ice on it is in chill mode,...

Wine barrels for aging. Vertical barrels are empty, horizontal barrels are full.

Eddi touching a large wine vat

Chalk marks the wine and date by the vinter. Burned info is...

The bar at the winery


Today was both a travel day and a sightseeing day. We departed Frankfort, KY enroute to Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, OH with a short stop at a winery in Owenton, KY. We drove to Owenton and found the Elk Creek Vineyards along with the Elk Creek Hunt Club. Of course, the hunt club was before the winery, so we turned in, then had to unhook the car in order to get the coach turned around to go further up the road to the winery. Had a very nice tour of the winery and had lunch and a wine tasting there. The tasting allowed us to sample 5 different wines. Eddi selected the sweet wines, staying primarily with white wines. I, on the other hand, tried the dry wines, staying mostly with the reds. Their wines were quite pleasant and we purchased a couple to take along on our trip. We then departed Owenton to continue into Ohio, passing through Cinncinnati and into Dayton to stay at the AFB FamCamp (Family Campground). We decided to stay till Monday, so we could see the AF Museum and catch up on some laundry.



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