Closed for the season. See you in the Spring!


Southwest Ohio's Premier Winery Destination
Established 2001

Estate Vineyard and Winery
2534 Swings Corner / Point Isabel Road
Bethel, OH 45106
(513) 734-3548


Harmony Hill Vineyards is now closed for the season.

We are looking forward to seeing you all back next season for some fine wine, great music and good times.

To see a list of all of our retail locations, please go to "Where to Find Our Wines".

Bill and Patti.



Recent review: Harmony Hill Vineyards in Bethel, Ohio is the perfect way to spend an afternoon and/or evening! I met my hiking club there yesterday and took a short hike…probably a mile…around the vineyards. The history of the farm is really interesting. The owners named the farm Harmony Hills after witnessing all of the wildlife existing in perfect harmony. They grow hay and medicinal herbs in addition to the grapes on their 70 acres of sustainable farmland. In 2006 they were certified as a National Wildlife Federation Remote Wildlife Habitat!

Read more with great photos at

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Visitors to Harmony Hill must be at least 18 years old.
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Harmony Hill  listed in American Winery Guide's Most Dog Friendly Wineries.

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"Pet owners love bringing their pets to Bill and Patti Skvarla's vineyard and the tasting bar, but where Harmony Hill Vineyards really spreads the joy is with their pet events. In addition to hosting five or six adopt-a-pet events every season, Harmony Hill is the host site for CincyMeetUp, a dog-lovers group that hikes the seventy acre farm two to three times a summer. Christmas at the winery brings the popular "ReinDog Competition" where visitors bring their pets dressed for the holidays and compete for ribbons. When you visit the winery, take some time to seek out the Skvarla's five rescue pets and give them a little love!"


Harmony Hill Vineyards & Winery is southwest Ohio's premier winery/entertainment destination. We are a small boutique winery nestled in the quiet village of Bethel, just miles from the historic Ohio River Valley. Harmony Hill features a picturesque country setting surrounded by our 70 acre Nationally Certified Wildlife Refuge farm. Our underground wine cave is one of only six similarly built structures in the United States. Sample our premium award winning wines among the fermentation bins in the working winery or view our vineyards from the covered outdoor cafe. Miles of walking trails, pristine flower gardens and manicured grounds make Harmony Hill the perfect destination for those who yearn for a taste of the country, daily featuring some of the best regional entertainers in Ohio. We do not serve food, but picnicking in the vineyards or under the shade of the hundreds of trees that surround the winery is encouraged. Please remember that Tate Township is dry, so it is illegal to consume ANY alcohol other than Harmony Hill wines on this farm. Harmony Hill has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Ohio Magazine, Cincinnati Enquirer, Milford-Miami Advertiser, The Community Press and Dayton Daily News, as well as PBS Americas Heartland television series.

  It's all about Fun, Friends, and Fine Wine.















Terri Bastin and Don McCarty




Considering an outdoor event? Choose Harmony Hill Vineyards and Estate Winery as the destination for your next celebration. Our event planners and vineyard/winery grounds are available for private parties and weddings throughout the summer. Our staff will host groups as small as 25 and as large as 200. Our newly constructed wedding pergola placed directly adjacent to the vineyard is the perfect private location for parties of less than 75. Catering, entertainment and tent rental can be managed by our event coordinator if you so desire, or you are free to bring your own. Click here for more photos.



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Proud members of WineAmerica, Ohio Proud, and the Ohio Grape Industries Program. Featured at Savvy Wino.


 Hours: Friday: 5:00 p.m -9:00 p.m. Saturday: 2:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.   Summer Holidays: 2:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.


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