Vineyards Esablished in 1997 & 1999
1st Winery to Open in Stark County in 2002
Purchased in 1999, Perennial Vineyard's home is part of a 1860's dairy barn. Located in the rolling hills of Ohio's Amish country near Brewster, Perennial Vineyards became a part of Ohio's growing wine industry. Once the farm was purchased, Kim and Damon Leeman went to work renovating the barn, converting it into the main production facility and winery Tasting Room. The Cellar Room was built along with an outdoor patio area adjacent to the tasting room. During this time, grape vines were planted both at the farm and at another location approximately 1 mile away (Planted in 1997).
3,500 cases of wine were produced from the winery in 2009.
Side Note:The "ORIGANAL" Big Pecker Wines: Made by Damon's brother in Lodi, CA. Originally for Parrotdise Waterfront Restaurant in the Keys (Owner Father). Is currently sold in 13 States. Perennial has on occasion sold it, but it is not available at our winery at the moment. It is available locally.
Sunday: 1:00pm-8:00pm (Sundays between Memorial Day and Labor Day only)