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Novice at Wine Tasting? Here are FIVE TIPS to Make it a Success!

By Erin Al-Mehairi   |  September 14, 2014
Novice at Wine Tasting? Here are FIVE TIPS to Make it a Success!
Wine tasting is an art. At least to those serious about their wines, the process of trying a new wine takes concentration and a delicate blend nuances to make the experience count. So, what is a novice to do? Try these five tips!

HideAway Inn Awarded Wine Award of Excellence for Third Year, Plus Wine News!

By   |  August 8, 2014
HideAway Inn Awarded Wine Award of Excellence for Third Year, Plus Wine News!
For the third year in a row, HideAway Country Inn was adorned with the wine spectator AWARD OF EXCELLENCE for having a climate controlled wine cellar with over 150 wine varietals!

HideAway Inn: Your Place to Buy, Taste, and Learn about Award-Winning Wine

By   |  April 27, 2014
HideAway Inn: Your Place to Buy, Taste, and Learn about Award-Winning Wine
At HideAway Country Inn, located in Mid-Ohio, we are proud to carry many fabulous wines, and are fond of Ohio wines, such as those produced by Kinkead Ridge.

HideAway Inn Proud to Serve and Sell Award-Winning Ohio Wine from Kinkead Ridge Winery

By Erin Al-Mehairi   |  March 1, 2014
HideAway Inn Proud to Serve and Sell Award-Winning Ohio Wine from Kinkead Ridge Winery
Are you ready for a weekend of relaxation, complete with a deep red wine in your glass, a good meal, and a relaxing fireplace? Do you enjoy savoring wine that has a fruit flavor with the woodsy taint of nuts?

Curious About a Stack Tasting of French Wines? Join us in March for a Wine Dinner!

By Erin Al-Mehairi   |  February 22, 2014
Curious About a Stack Tasting of French Wines? Join us in March for a Wine Dinner!
Want to try something new and fun to spruce up your dining out options? Enjoy wine and interesting in those that hail from the nostalgic and alluring French countryside? On March 9, 2014 there will be a wine dinner that is a “Stack Tasting.” Eight different years of wine will be introduced from the same French vineyard.
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