Old Oaks Vineyard operates a small, family winery that makes handcrafted wines. Bridget Keegan began making wine for family and friends from her vineyard over 25 years ago. Striking out to produce her family favorite wines for sale, Old Oaks Vineyard now produces a white table wine (blend of Banc du Bois with a Riesling) and a red table wine (blend of Malbec and Champanel) as well as Pumpkin wine. The red table wine won a silver medal at the 2012 Florida International Wine Competition. Old Oaks Vineyard is a certified Florida Farm Winery with over 10 acres of grapes: Blanc du Bois, Champanel, Lomonoto, Black Spanish and Carlos.
Located in Bonifay, which is part of the Florida Panhandle. Bonifay is near the Alabama state line on the north and Bay County to the south with its emerald beaches. Holmes County is a land rich with history, agriculture and natural resources. Bonifay holds the Northwest Florida Championship Rodeo (3 days event) during the first weekend in October and has offered good times to visitors since 1944.
From I-10 take exit 112 & go north toward Alabama to county road 160 – turn left and continue down the road to Will Lee Road, take a left go about 1 mile and the first right – the winery is to the right.