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Wineries & Microbreweries in Southern Indiana

Group at New Albanian Brewhouse
New Albanian Brewery

In 2002, New Albanian began brewing distinctive house beers and within a year had been declared “Best of Louisville” and “Best of Show” in the Indiana State Fair commercial brewing competition. Two locations in New Albany provide a wide range of beers and dining experiences.
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|Public House & Brewery 812-944-2577; Bank Street Brewhouse 812-725-9485


Turtle Run Winery

Just a short drive south of Georgetown, Indiana, Turtle Run Winery offers a state-of-the-art winery in full view from the tasting room. Take a tour, have a picnic, stroll the vineyards, or shop at the gift store. Plus, Turtle Run offers a wide range of events throughout the year, including free music concerts.
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| (812) 952-2650

Huber Winery

Indiana's largest wine-grape producer, Huber Winery is also the first distillery in the state, featuring exceptional brandies and grappa. A wide range of award-winning wines means that you're sure to find several that become your favorites. Cellar tours and tastings, Starlight Cafe, and music on summer weekends complete the Huber Winery experience. Only 5 minutes from Rosewind Farm.
LINK | 812-923-WINE


River City Winery

One of the newest wineries in the area is based in a beautifully restored 1900s building in New Albany, Indiana. River City features both grape and fruit wines. Tastings are available, plus there is a restaurant featuring light meals and music on the weekend. Be sure to try River City's peach and cherry wines
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| (812) 945-WINE

Best Vineyards

Enjoy a drive through the countryside as you wend your way toward Elizabeth, Indiana, and Best Vineyards. Sample the wines, then enjoy a relaxing afternoon sitting on the deck overlooking the vineyards. Try their Chardonel, which was a 2010 Double Gold Best in Class at the Indy International Wine Competition.
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| (812) 969-9463

Stream Cliff Farm Winery

Besides beautiful gardens, great gift shops, and a tea room, Stream Cliff Farm Winery offers great wines with unusual names based on the owners' love of horses. In addition to the regular complimentary tastings, there are also wine-cooking classes and candlelight dinners with wine tastings.
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| (812) 346-5859


Vinetree Farm Winery

Located near Hardinsburg, Indiana, Vinetree Farm Winery offers personal attention with their complimentary tastings of wines made from French-American hybrid grapes.
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| (812) 472-3580, (812) 525-8199

French Lick Winery

Not far from the spectacular West Baden and French Lick Hotels, French Lick Winery is noted for its many award-winning wines, even one made from rhubarb. Sample the wines in the tasting room, browse the wine-related gift items as well as the gourmet coffees and teas, and enjoy the Italian cuisine in the Vintage Cafe.
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| (888) 494-6380

Winzerwald Winery

Celebrating their German ancestry as well as that of the region, the owners of Winzerwald Winery specialize in German favorites, such as Reisling, May Wine, and various spiced wines as well as others. Be sure to try the gold-medal Cherry Red. The tasting room includes a gift shop with an array of German, Swiss, and Indiana food and gift items, including the winery's signature nutcrackers.
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| (866) 694-6937 

Carousel Winery

Just north of Mitchell, Indiana, Carousel Winery is a small, family-owned winery that has quickly made a name for itself with award-winning wines. In addition to wines made from French-American hybrid grapes, they also make some unusual fruit wines, including their popular pomegranate.
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| (812) 277-9750

Chateau De Pique 

Located near Seymour, Indiana, Chateau De Pique also has a store in Clarksville, Indiana. Their classic selection of wines made from French-American hybrids is complemented by several fruit wines, including one made from gooseberries.
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| (812) 522-9296, (812) 725-7879

Bluegrass Brewing Company 

Serving award-winning handcrafted beer and brewlicious food at three Louisville, Kentucky, locations, BBC produces an array of taste-tempting brews ranging from a standard American Pale Ale to more adventurous Raspberry Meade and Bourbon Barrel Smoked Stout.
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| (502) 584-2739, (502) 899-7070

 
Wineries of Indiana

In Indiana, the age-old art of winemaking is transformed into a casual event with a relaxed Hoosier style. Over three dozen Indiana wineries offer a wonderful opportunity for a weekend excursion with an educational flare. Tour wineries, enjoy a picnic overlooking the rolling hills and vineyards, and relax around the tasting bar sampling the many wines that Indiana offers.
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| Wineries of Indiana

  
Explore the Indiana Uplands Wine Trail

Take a trip to the wine country of south central Indiana and visit nine wineries, each with their own unique wine style and winery ambiance. What you'll always get is a warm welcome and tastes of quality Indiana wines. Plus, you'll learn about the art of winemaking and have the opportunity to shop for wine-related gifts and gourmet goodies. Visit all nine and be eligible for receiving a special Indiana Upland Wine Trail memento.
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| Indiana Uplands Wine Trail


 
  
 
   
   
   
   

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