Baltic Mill Winery

Baltic Mill Winery

This historic mill-turned-winery is a can’t-miss destination in Ohio’s Amish Country. Located in Baltic, Ohio, Baltic Mill Winery has a fascinating history as first a flour mill, and later as a bulk foods and gift shop. It wasn’t until 2013 that it became the charming winery it is today.
The interior of the winery is rustic and inviting, with lots of exposed brick and wooden beams. The original machinery still lives inside, and guests are invited to explore all of the nooks and crannies as they enjoy their house-made wines.


111 East Main Street
Baltic, OH 43804


(330) 365-0524


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Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 1pm - 7pm
Wednesday: 1pm - 7pm
Thursday: 1pm - 7pm
Friday: 11am - 9pm
Saturday: 11am - 9pm
Sunday: Closed

Baltic Mill Winery

A brief history

In the mid-1800s, The Baltic Mill started milling flour. At one point, it was actually the largest flour mill in Ohio and used the railroad for shipping and receiving. However, in 1907 a fire devastated the original building and a new one was built the following year. The 1908 building still stands today, with massive timber posts and three-foot thick walls that you can admire during your visit.
The cornerstone of the mill is a Russel Steam Engine with a 5-foot-diameter flywheel. At one time, this piece of machinery powered all three floors (and the basement!) of the mill. It can still be seen, along with other milling equipment on the upper floors, by request.

The wines

Dan Garver, alongside his son, Matt, handcrafts all of Baltic Mill’s wines in the cellar of the building. Among their most popular varieties are sweet wines, however, they offer a spectrum of drier wines to please almost any palette. Tastings are offered by the glass and by the bottle for those looking to sample an array of wines.

Baltic Mill Winery

Wine in Ohio’s Amish Country

Nearby Sugarcreek, Ohio is home to many popular wineries, and adding a visit to Baltic Mill is just a short drive away on your local winery tour. Nowhere else in the area will you experience so much history while you enjoy a locally handcrafted glass of wine!
If you’re also in Amish Country to do some shopping, Baltic is a great stop to add to your list. The small-but-bustling town offers unique shopping experiences and you can easily spend part of your day enjoying the winery and perusing local shopping establishments.
When it comes to food, Baltic Mill Winery offers a modest selection of snacks. Their current food menu includes a meat and cheese board, a hummus and veggie platter, pulled pork sliders, and cheesecake. However, there are some excellent Amish Country dining options nearby, and the winery invites you to bring your own food and snacks while you sit and enjoy your wine.