Drink Local Wineries In and Around Central Indiana
Last Updated November 19, 2014
Drink local Indiana wine. We've simplified the search for you - here's your guide to local grapes to wine, all from wineries whose names we can pronounce, to boot.
Why We Love It: Blackhawk Winery is a family-owned farm and winery located in NorthWest Hamilton County. Focusing on American and French hybrid grape varietals, the Winery puts particular emphasis on crafting dry...
Why We Love It: Brown County Winery has two locations, one in downtown Nashville, and one on State Road 46 where they produce the wine. Both locations offer tastings.
Why We Love It: Butler Winery and Vineyard is located within the northern boundaries of the Indiana Uplands viticultural area. The winery's downtown Bloomington location offers Southern Indiana's largest selection of...
Why We Love It: Cedar Creek Winery and Brew Co. has two locations, one in Martinsville and one in historic downtown Nashville. They plan to open a brewery in the near future.
Why We Love It: Chateau de Pique offers tastings at its rural Seymour location and at its Indianapolis location.
Why We Love It: Easley winery has a history dating back to the 1960's and is located centrally in downtown Indianapolis.
Why We Love It: Harmony Winery offers a service allowing you to personalize and bottle a batch of their wine on location for special events like showers and weddings.
Why We Love It: Hopwood Cellars is located in the Village of Zionsville which is walking distance to local shops, restaurants and galleries.
Why We Love It: Mallow Run Winery's tasting room is located in the hayloft of a nineteenth-century timber-frame barn with hand-hewn exposed beams.
Why We Love It: Oak Hill Winery has two tasting locations. One in Converse which features a 1894 carriage house where they make wine, and another on US 31 by Peru.
Why We Love It: Oliver Winery is located conveniently off State Road 37 and has a large tasting room. The winery also has second home in the downtown square of Bloomington and offers small plates and desserts.
Why We Love It: Steam Cliff Farm Winery offers unique candlelight dinner opportunities in the winery during the year (reservations required).
Why We Love It: Tonne Winery's tasting room has a 25-foot long tasting bar and features a large display of local artists.
Why We Love It: Traders Point Winery is a small operation, but is open to bus tours with advance notice.
Why We Love It: Two EE's Winery offers "Fridays Uncorked" May through September which features local and regional bands and local food vendors.