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Ferrante Winery

Ferrante Winery The Ferrante family has been selling wine since 1937 when Anna and Nicholas Ferrante opened their first winery in Cleveland's Collinwood area. In the 1970s, sons Peter and Anthony built state-of-the-art winemaking facilities in the family's Harpersfield Township vineyards. And, in the 1980s, their families opened a thriving restaurant to showcase wine with food. Then, in November 1994, a fire destroyed the restaurant. Fortunately, a firewall saved the wine production, cellar and warehouse. In 1995, the Ferrante family pulled together in body and spirit to rebuild their dream... the new Ferrante Winery and Ristorante.


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5585 State Route 307, Geneva, OH, US, 44041 Email:
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sweet, fresh grapey aromas and made from Niagra grapes.
  Cabernet Franc Blush
Estate grown Caberent Franc with aromas of black cherry and strawberry. Flavors of ripe raspberry finished at 2% residual sugar
  Cabernet Franc-Grand River Valley
Estate grown grapes vinted to a fruit forward style. Aromas and flavors of blueberry, raspberry and black currants fill the palate structure.
  Celebration Spice
A festive grape wine with natural flavors.Can be mulled and enjoyed with a cinnamon stick or citrus fruit. A limited holiday release.
Aromas of black cherry and blueberry, rich flavors balanced by soft tannins and oak aging.
Ripe melon, pear and vanilla nose. Palate has moderate richness and medium acid. Lengthy finish with buttery flavors.
  Chardonnay GRV
A dry wine aged in French oak, evokes aromas of clove, pear and melon with butter vanilla flavors.
  Chardonnay-Lake Erie
Aromas of pear, melon and butterscotch. Buttery flavors, creamy finish aged on sediment in barrels
  Holiday Blush
A special holiday blend of wine. Aromas of raspberry, cherry, raisins and spicy fruity flavors.
  Jester's Blush
Medium sweet, marriage of fruitness, crispness and sweetness. White Zinfandel lovers take note.
  Late Harvest Vidal Blanc - Grand River Valley
Early select harvest, aromas and flavors of lemon, citrus, brown sugar and maple syrup, with 17% residual sugar.
America's Favorite Red. Flavors of plum, blackberry and cherry complimented by soft tannins.
  Merlot Miceli-Long Island
A partnership with Miceli Vineyards, a dry wine with intense prune and blackpepper aromas. Rich berry and dried fruit flavors, balanced by aging in French oak and integrated tannins.
  Pink Catawba
Medium sweet, spicy rosé wine made from Ohio's first grown and most popular grape.
Regionally grown grapes cool fermented and natural sugar retained. Aromas and flavors of peach, apricot, and citrus fruits.
  Riesling Golden Bunches GRV
Estate grown dry Riesling with aromas of green apple, pineapple and peach complimented with flavors of citrus balanced by crisp acidity.
  Riesling-Grand River Valley
Estate grown grapes cool fermented with naturally retained sugar. Aromas and flavors of peach and apricot balanced by firm acidity.
Medium dry, light red wine with intense fruity flavors and crisp finish.
A traditional blend of grapes vinted old worldstyle. A medium sweet versio of "Dago Red."
  Vidal Blanc Ice Wine
Select grapes frozen on the vine. Aromas and flavors of honey, melon, and brown sugar. Finished at 20% residual sugar.
  Vidal Blanc-Grand River Valley
Estate grown grapes, cool fermented and natural sugar retained. Aromas and flavors of citrus, pear and melon balanced by crisp acidity.
  Vino della Casa
A special off-dry house wine produced from a blend of Cayuga and Vidal grapes to commemorate our family trip to Italy to celebrate our parent's 50th wedding anniversary.
  White Catawba
Medium sweet, fresh grapey aromas, spicy varietal flavors, full-bodied.


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Toni says...
Worst dinning experience ever! I live in Florida and come home once a year. I've been here several times in the past but will never come again!!!! We arrived at the end of lunch service and I was told that I could only order lunch if the entire party of 5 ordered lunch as well, so we ordered dinner. The dinning room only had 4 other parties, but yet the service was very slow. As we were deciding on our entrees, we ordered two appetizers. Afterwards we ordered our entrees and I decided to get one of the specials. When our appetizers arrived, they were wrong. When our salads arrived, they were quite disappointing. Finally after waiting over an hour for our meals, we asked our server about our meals. She arrived several minutes later with our food. All our entrees were cold, the chicken was pink in the middle, the red skin potatoes were brown, the sauce on the veal was congealed, my fish was dry. We were told by the owner that they were behind in the kitchen and the sauce for the special was not prepared. Excuse me? If you offer a special, the sauce should have been made and the dinning room was nearly empty when we arrived. I pointed out that those dishes should have never left the kitchen, the owner continued to give excuses but never acknowledged the poor quality of the food. Since we didn't eat out dinners, we assumed we'd only have to pay for the appetizers, WRONG!!! She charged us $50. I'll never come again!!!!