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Blue Coyote Winery

Blue Coyote Winery In 1952 my grandfather (Walter Schulze) bought the land that Blue Coyote Winery is currently on. He used this land as a hay meadow and grazing pasture for his cattle. My father and my uncle used horse drawn equipment to work the field for hay. As time went by and the family grew up the use of the land has changed. My wife and I decided to build a house and my grandfather said we needed to have a lot of kids to fill this big house, we have two. The land now grows grapes and has a winery built on it. Hopefully when my children grow up they will continue the tradition of using the land to grow agricultural goods.

Directions
Our winery is 40 minutes Northeast of Tulsa on the Will Rogers Turnpike. Take the Adair exit, turn left (East) and go 1 mile. Then turn left (North) on 429 road and go 1/2 mile and we are on the right.


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Address Web Social
9564 N 429, Adair, OK, US, 74330 Email: info@bluecoyotewinery.com
Phone: 918-785-4727 Web: www.bluecoyotewinery.com
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Products



  Blue Twister Chardonnay
Our dry white wine.
  C
Named after my Daughter. This is a sweet white wine.
  Catawba
Blush wine with a sweet tart taste.
  Coyote Red
Starts sweet and has a dry finish with a hint of black cherry.
  Dare You Hot Pepper Wine
The 1st in a series made from Hot peppers.
  Friday After Four
Semi Sweet Blush.
  Merlot
Red Wine great with steak or even a hamburger.
  Oklahoma Blue Berry
Sweet Blue Berry Wine made from 100% Okla. Blue Berries that don't have any pesticides sprayed on them when grown. Very limited Seasonal Supply.
  Oklahoma Peach
Sweet desert wine made from Porter Oklahoma Peaches.
  Rodeo Red
Dry Red wine made from Cabernet Grapes.
  Roll Over Red
Dry red wine with a very unique story on how it got it's name.
  White Muscadine
Smoky-Nutty taste, has a flavor all it's own.

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