About The Winery
Raven's Glenn Winery - A Brief History

In 2003 Robert and Renee Guilliams entered the winery and restaurant business after successful, thirty-year careers in health care. The Guilliams' and their son Beau, the winemaker, brought with them the understanding that solid reputations are earned only by doing your best every day. 
The first vines were  planted in 1997. They began with 10 varietals which were narrowed down to the three that were best suited for our soil structure and climate; Vidal Blanc, Chardonnel, and Noiret. The first wines were produced using outsourced grapes as it takes roughly 4-5 years for new vines to produce wine worthy grapes. At that time 2,500 gallons per year (roughly 800 bottles) were bottled and labeled by hand.

Wine and Dine

The dining room features a beautiful floor to ceiling fireplace and large windows that overlook the Tuscarawas River.

In the warmer months you may be seated on the outdoor patio and enjoy nature as you wine and dine.

Our menu has a variety of appetizer, entree, and dessert selections sure to please any palate

Wine Tasting Invitation 

Whether you are visiting on your own or part of a private group tour, we want to personally invite you to Raven's Glenn Winery and Restaurant. At our gorgeous destination, you’ll have the opportunity to sample all our award winning wines while enjoying the magic of Raven's Glenn. 

We carry 28 wines all of which can be sampled at our tasting bar. We also offer 4 Ohio craft beers on tap as well as several wine cocktails.

Our goal is to pair award winning wines, great food and an atmosphere that you will want to share with good friends. Wine tasting and sales conducted 7 days a week.

Winery Tours - Tour Production Facility

Today we produce approximately 500,000 bottles of wine per year with 55,000 of those from estate grapes. Instead of hand bottling we have a state of the art bottling/labeling machine that can put out 2,000 bottles per hour. We use three distributors that distribute wine all over Ohio and parts of West Virginia.

Pictured is a process called "racking" where wine is taken from one tank or barrel and put into another clean, sanitized tank or barrel so the juice can be pressed and filtered and the sediment can be discarded.  

For more details of our wine making process or to schedule a winery tour for groups of 12 or more send email to sales@ravensglenn.com or message us on facebook.

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