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- devonian - 08-02-2002 10:55 PM
Come on out and enjoy our First Annual Harvest Festival September 21st!
Details at http://www.nuyakacreek.com
We'll be selling our anxiously awaited 2002 Elderberry Wine, as well as 12 other vintages all made on location. Admission Free
- Bucko - 08-02-2002 11:11 PM
I used to work at the post office in OK and had to learn the OK state P.O. scheme. I have never heard of Nuyaka...... send up a flare, man!
- devonian - 08-02-2002 11:24 PM
Not surprising that you haven't heard of the area. We are about 45 minutes southwest of Tulsa. There's a map on our web site and you definately need it to get there!
- winoweenie - 08-03-2002 06:47 AM
Got me too Buckinheimer. Was raised in Tulsa and NEVER has the towns' name passed by either ear. WW
- devonian - 08-03-2002 09:37 AM
Actually, calling Nuyaka a town may be too generous. Most of the area is cattle ranches, pecan groves and hayfields, but the woods are all full of decades old native grapevines.
It's a bit of a drive (from anywhere) but this is a small price to pay to taste watermelon wine.
- winoweenie - 08-03-2002 06:24 PM
Devonian ole native.... Hate to put down one of my fellow Okies but fermented watermelon juice isn't wine. Wine is made only from Fermented Grapes. WW
- devonian - 08-04-2002 07:39 AM
I'm not sure who's definition of wine you are refering to WW, but most dictionaries say that wine is a beverage made of the fermented juice grapes or of any of various other fruits or plants.
Country wines are traditionally made from a number of different fruits such as apples, pears, plums, etc.