Indiana Wineries

Oliver Winery

Butler Winery & Vineyard

Cedar Creek Winery

Mallow Run Winery

Brown County Winery

French Lick Winery

Huber’s Orchard, Winery, & Vineyard

Chateau Thomas Winery

Buck Creek Winery

Easley Winery

Oliver Winery

Visit Indiana’s oldest and largest winery. Open daily, year round, for complimentary wine tasting. Sample over 18 varieties of premium wine from Cabernet Sauvignon to Blackberry. The timber frame tasting room sits on 15 beautifully landscaped acres. Enjoy a complimentary weekend tour, then have a picnic by the pond. A wide variety of wine related gifts and gourmet foods are available to complete your winery experience.

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Buck Creek Winery

Buck Creek Winery’s roots are in Durm Vineyards, which was established in 1991 by Jeff and Kelly Durm. They purchased the land and Jeff, with the help of family and friends, broke ground – and the vineyard was started. 1500 vines were planted the first year.

Bud break came each spring after pruning. Spraying, cluster thinning, and harvest followed each year. More vines were planted, with 13 varieties in all. Wine was made for table use. In 1996, Jeff entered 10 wines in the Indiana State Fair. He won one gold, seven silver, and two bronze medals.

Kelly and Jeff built their home and moved to the property with their young sons, Joseph and Chris. Josette Haubry, Kelly’s mother, assisted with childcare and cooking while Jeff worked with the grapes. Josette married Dick Randolph in 1999, and they built their home in front of the vineyard.

Many harvests passed. Grapes were sold to other Indiana wineries and members of the public. Members of Korean and Amish churches came to pick grapes for wine and grape jelly for their families and churches.

Many friends and relatives came to harvest grapes. Dick made chili and tacos for lunch. Friends came from as far as Kansas City and Kalamazoo to help with the harvest. The days ended with everyone very tired, but well-fed, and with as much wine as they cared to drink.

The children continued to grow. Jeff coached football in Franklin Township and for Nativity every fall while he and Kelly juggled their full-time jobs with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department.

Jeff retired from the Sheriff’s department in 2004. Construction started on the winery in Fall 2005. On Thursday, April 27, 2006, “The Dream” was realized – we were in business.

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Butler Winery & Vineyard

Since 1983, the Butler Winery has strived to produce high quality, award winning and enjoyable wines. Jim Butler, owner and winemaker, specializes in 12 fine dinner wines, all from Indiana-grown grapes. The winery also produces specialty fruit and dessert wines. In 1992, Jim established a vineyard at his family’s home located nine miles northeast of Bloomington. Winemaking now occurs in the cellar at the vineyard/winery. During your visit to the vineyard, enjoy the beautiful view from the spacious deck adjacent to the the vineyard tasting and sales room. Cellar and vineyard tours are available upon request if the staff is not too busy.The In-Town Tasting Room is located in a turn-of-the-century home (circa 1910) that reminds you of grandma’s.The In-Town shop offers free wine tasting as well as Southern Indiana’s largest selection of brewing and winemaking supplies. The in town shop is open everyday, year around – Monday through Saturday, 10 to 6 & Sunday, Noon to 6.

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French Lick Winery

French Lick Winery opened for business in 1995 in the Beechwood Mansion in French Lick, just down the road from its current location. As the winery grew and began to produce more varieties, it became evident that they needed more room. In 2004 they began renovations on a spacious section of the Kimball Piano factory and in 2005 they opened French Lick Winery along with the Vintage Café, and large gift shop. Large glass windows line one wall and allow for comfortable viewing of the production area.

The tasting bar is a prominent feature in the building. Trained wine servers lead guests through the expansive list of over 29 different wines, ranging from dry to sweet, fortified and carbonated (bubbly). The majority of the tastings are complimentary, as they have been since the winery opened.

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Cedar Creek Winery

Cedar Creek Winery opened October 3, 2010 and is owned by Larry and Donell Elsner.  We are the first, and only, winery in Morgan County, Indiana. Our business is located at 3820 Leonard Road, Martinsville, IN  46151.

We offer 16 wines as well as a variety of cheeses, preserves, BBQ sauces, persimmon pulp and more!  We hope to see you soon!

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Huber's Orchard, Winery & Vineyard

Huber’s Orchard & Winery began farming back in 1843 when our ancestors settled in Starlight, IN from Baden-Baden, Germany . Growing primarily fruit, our farm began to diversify in 1978 when we opened the doors of our winery.

Today, we have over 550 acres of farmland on which we grow many fruits, vegetables, Christmas trees, pumpkins, and grapes. We have a children’s farm park, farm market, cheese shoppe, ice cream factory, winery, gift shoppe, banquet facility, Indiana’s first distillery – The Starlight Distillery, and proudly participate as one of the seven Indiana wineries on their first wine trail – The Indiana Uplands Wine Trail.

The most enjoyable part about being in our business is the focus on families, tradition, and heritage. Knowing families that we touch each day and the countless memories that are made through an experience at Huber’s Orchard & Winery!

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Easley Winery

Easley Winery began as the dream and vision of Jack & Joan Easley in the late 1960’s. Making wines as a hobby in their basement in Indianapolis, Jack and Joan dreamed of growing grapes and making wine in Indiana. Jack was an attorney and Joan owned her own market research business. After learning it was illegal to make and sell wine in Indiana, they invested in a small vineyard in southern Michigan. The long drives on poor roads quickly became old, and Jack & Joan decided to see if the Indiana prohibition laws could be changed. Fortunately, there were other dreamers in Indiana such as Karl Banholzer, Mike & Liz Mancuso, Mary & William Oliver, Ben & Lee Sparks and Dr. Don McDaniel.

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Mallow Run Winery

2008 Indiana Winery of the year.

John Richardson and Laura & Bill Richardson invite you to sample a variety of fine wines in the historic nineteenth century timber-frame tasting room built by our ancestor, George Mallow. Check out Mallow Run’s Summer events and Winter Warm-up Weekends. Relax in front of a glowing fireplace or take in views of the vineyards and rolling farmland from our spacious deck. For over 170 years our fields have produced an abundance of food and grains, and now grapes also thrive in the deep fertile soils. Come and enjoy the place our family has called home for seven generations.

Mallow Run is located 20 miles south of Indianapolis on Whiteland Road, two miles east of SR 37 and 10 miles west of I-65 (Exit 95).

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Chateau Thomas Winery

Midwestern charm. World-class wine.

Wine: Nothing is so simply satisfying, yet so deliciously complex. For more than 28 years, the Chateau Thomas Winery has been celebrating this duality by crafting some of the most delightful wines in the country.

A unique combination of Midwestern charm and European flavor, Chateau Thomas Winery makes more than 50 varieties of Vinifera wine. Located in a scenic area near the Indianapolis International Airport, its expansive facilities provide an ideal setting for a variety of social occasions, from weddings and wine tastings to seasonal festivals and live entertainment.

From the wine itself to the environment that surrounds it, Chateau Thomas Winery offers an entirely unique – and uniquely satisfying – experience. Come see for yourself. We look forward to raising a glass with you.

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Brown County Winery

With two locations in Nashville, Brown County Winery mirrors the strong arts and crafts community of this scenic Southern Indiana shoppers’ mecca. Dave and Cynthia Schrodt opened their retail shop behind the Nashville House restaurant in 1986. In 2000, they opened a new winery and tasting room just outside of town in Gnawbone. Enjoy free wine sampling of grape wines, and their specialty, fruit wines. Wine-related gifts are sold at both locations. Watch the wines being made through large glass windows in the winery tasting room.

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