Amazon.com Editorial Review —”For travelers looking to avoid the crowds, this guide will help them discover the unique “must-see” attractions of the Sooner State. Go beyond the usual tourist attractions to discover such hidden treasures as the Prairie National Wild Horse Refuge, the Cimarron Cellars Winery and the National Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians. Whatever you do when you get to Oklahoma, get off the interstate-and take this book with you!” (Oklahoma: Off the Beaten Path by Barbara Palmer — http://www.amazon.com/Oklahoma-Off-Beaten-Path-Unique/dp/0762708328)

Arlene S. —”Peach – The smoothest Peach and Blackberry wines you will ever taste!” ( The Wine Web.com —http://www.wineweb.com/scripts/userReviewList.cfm?w=1216)

Brian Schroeder, Staff Writer —”Get a taste of wine grapes grown in Oklahoma’s red earth at Cimarron Cellars Winery in Caney.” ( Oklahoma City Community Colleges’ Pioneer — http://www.occc.edu/Pioneer/Archives/March_10_2008/pioneer_current.pdf)

CPCSpartacus —”The wine [Oklahoma Gold] was very sweet with little bitterness. Color was very good and aroma was pleasant. This small independent vineyard in Oklahoma has made a very good wine. It is well worth the stop to taste this one.” ( Snooth Review —http://www.snooth.com/wine/cimarron-cellars-oklahoma-gold-nv/?t=reviews&#r=2346863)

ElephantMan —”This is great winery to drop in on for some free tasting if you’re traveling US Highway 69/75. Dwayne and Suzy are just the neatest. We fell in love with their Oklahoma Rose, a blush. And their shop is just filled with goodies. We bought several bottles of the blush and found a great bargain on some adorable wine glasses.” (Yahoo review —http://local.yahoo.com:80/info-18580183-cimarron-cellars-caney)

Love you in Oklahoma —”The best Wine in Oklahoma. From Idabel, Oklahoma.” (Yahoo review —http://local.yahoo.com:80/info-18580183-cimarron-cellars-caney)

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Richard of Stone Oak — “Dwayne has a vineyard, a winery, and a little store. A great guy to talk to. He’s been growing grapes in Oklahoma since 1973 and making wine since 1983. We talked about Oklahoma grapes and about blackberries. I’ll stop at the Cimarron Winery every chance I get. Spending an hour with Dwayne was like reading two books about growing grapes.”(http://www.stoneoakfarms.com)

The Heads — “Cimarron Cellars, a quaint little winery located just off of Highway 75 in Southeast Oklahoma. The wine was a little different (lots of fruit flavored wines). The blush was the best and I snagged a bottle.” (http://www.theheads.org:80/wine/wine.html)