One of the most unusual winery farms in Ashtabula County, the establishment opens its doors from September-October every year to celebrate the sights and sounds of the Halloween season. Capturing the true spirit of agri-tourism, the location offers a number of holiday themed attractions such as tours of the two-story haunted house built in the 1800s and the spooky corn maze and activities that cater to the whole family including hay rides, a gourd trellis, pumpkin patch, farm animals, corn cannons, steer roping and duck races.
Abandoned for nearly forty years, Mark and Debbie Mihalik acquired the property in 2005. This 52 acre site once housed the historic Cohotas Winery, which was known for its sweet cherry and Concord Jewish wine. The couple hopes to establish a vineyard and open a winery on site in the near future.
Kent State University - Ashtabula Campus. (2016). Regal Vineyards, 2016. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5953
Kent State University - Ashtabula Campus. 2016. “Regal Vineyards, 2016”. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5953.
Kent State University - Ashtabula Campus. Regal Vineyards, 2016. 8 July 2016, https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5953.