Our Wines

 
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Tidewater Winery offers Oklahoma a spectacular range vintages from locally grown grapes. Our wines bring elegance and sophistication to your palate.  


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This winery was amazing! The wine was delicious and the tour was so interesting. We learned history of the area and listened to a few ghost stories. The staff welcomed our group and made the experience so much fun!! I would go back for sure!!
— DMF1217
 

 Whites

Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Our unoaked Chardonnay is a white wine that yields a cleaner and crisper taste than contrasting oaked offerings. Our Chardonnay is ideal with grilled salmon with pasta and light tomato sauce.

The mural on the front label, created by local artist William P. Volok, is titled Oil Fields. With its oil derricks, wildflowers, and pond, the image reflects the unique juxtaposition of nature and technology.

"O" Moscato!

“O” Moscato

“O” Moscato! has aromas of mango and pineapple on the noise along with flavors of pineapple and subtle notes of papaya. “O” Moscato! can be enjoyed with brightly flavored fish dishes or as a dessert wine. Pair it with a chilled lemon tart and fresh berries.

The mural on the front label depicts a legendary “gathering place,” known as Hump Hill, from the early boomtown days. The Hump was known to provide oil field workers with all things illegal. The Hump House proprietor’s name in this mural happens to be a previous owner of Tidewater Winery!

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio

The clean and simple flavors of our Pinot Grigio make it a very popular dry white wine. Its fruity aroma and flavors of pear and citrus make it a crowd pleaser!

The mural on the front label, Indians and Wild Horses, honors those who were in Drumright when Wheeler #1 was struck at the beginning of the boomtown era.

Way White

Way White

Way White boasts flavors of banana, lime peel, and tart notes of cranberry that make it a fresh, fruit-forward wine. It pairs very nicely with spicy Cajun food, particularly Jambalaya.

The mural on the front label depicts the Drumright community being entertained by dance students on a Depression era night at Way Park. The entertaining dance students in the mural are said to be several Drumright Public Schools’ alumni.

Reds

Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon’s aromas of black currant and aged cedar with flavors of dark cherry make it an inviting and full-body wine that pairs very well with grilled steak and veggies and garlic mashed potatoes.

The mural on the front label, created by Darren Maine of Perry, OK, depicts downtown Drumright circa the 1920s. Both corner buildings, situated at the intersection of Penn and Broadway, are still in use today.

American Merlot

American Merlot

American Merlot is a medium- to full-body, dry red wine with aromas of cherry and subtle notes of strawberry. Couple this wine with a grilled flank or skirt steak with chimichurri sauce.

The mural on the front label, titled The 911 Flag and created by Dr. Bob Palmer, is in remembrance of those lost during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Drumright citizens wanted a flag big enough for pilots to see as they are flying by.

Red Rush

Red Rush

Red Rush has strong flavors of raspberry and citrus as well as hints of peach that linger on the palate. These flavors, along with the aroma of cherry and raspberry, make this wine pleasing to all the senses. Enjoy this wine with dark chocolate.

The mural on the front label, painted by Frank Weathers Long in 1941 and titled Oklahoma Land Rush, is an oil on canvas made possible by President Roosevelt’s “New Deal” policy. This piece of art is located inside the Drumright Post Office.

Divine Muscadine

Divine Muscadine

Divine Muscadine has aromas of gooseberry and unripened kiwi with flavors of unmistakable Muscadine grapes. This wine pairs wonderfully with strawberries and angel food cake.

The mural on the front label is a painting of Ruby Darby by James Brill that currently hangs in the Drumright Historical Museum. In 1920, Brill came to Drumright, where he pioneered the Fine Arts program at Drumright High School and remained there until 1926. Brill then returned in 1965 to assist with the opening of the Drumright Historical Society Museum by designing and painting Drumright’s first mural. With the assistance of six local artists, the mural was completed in 1967 and adorned the inside of the museum.

Ruby Darby was a famous and brazen vaudeville performer known as “The Queen of the Oil Fields.” Ruby loved entertaining in the oil field towns, and Drumright was one of her favorites. She was known for “Ballin’ the Jack,” a famous dance of that era. The painting depicts Ruby entertaining atop a table at a Drumright gentlemen’s establishment called “The Hump.”

 

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White Zinfandel

White Zinfandel

Our White Zinfandel has a mild, sweet flavor of peach and subtle notes of watermelon. Best served chilled, our White Zinfandel pairs nicely with grilled apple brined pork chops and a simple, fresh summer pasta salad.

The mural on the front label, titled Oil Patch Collage and created by Dr. Bob Palmer, is a tribute to the oil industry which gave Drumright its legacy.

Sweet jimmie Jane

Sweet Jimmie Jane

Sweet Jimmie Jane has flavors of strawberry, lime peel, and green apple tartness. It goes perfectly with a fried chicken picnic and a green bean salad. A blend especially sweet, just like its namesake.

The mural on this label, created by Dr. Bob Palmer, depicts oilfield homes referred to as shotgun houses, known for the ability to see through the small houses from front to back. The rumor is that the lady in yellow is patterned after a certain local historian who lobbies tirelessly and successfully for many of our murals.

 

Limited Editions

 
Cabernet Franc Reserve

Cabernet Franc Reserve

This limited edition wine is made from our own Cab Franc Grapes this medium bodied wine has a savory Black Cherry and Raspberry aroma and pairs with any food.

 
 

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