The Indiana Wine Trail
What do rolling hills, river towns, antique & specialty shops, state parks, historic sites, B&B's, galleries and cafes have in common? You'll find them all along the Indiana Wine Trail in Southeastern Indiana! Kick back and enjoy a leisurely drive, stopping along the way to discover the quaint charm of the region and visit seven artisan wineries.
We invite you to visit Indiana Wine Trail's seven artisan wineries, each one reflecting the distinct style and personality of the winemaker. Sample their wines and learn how climate, soil conditions and the winemaking process make every vintage a unique experience.
The wineries of the region continue a history and tradition that began two hundred years ago when Swiss immigrants planted vineyards near Vevay. We hope you enjoy your journey through the heart of the Ohio River Valley, the largest designated wine region in America.
Upcoming Trail Event
Nov 30/Dec1; Dec 7&8; 14&15; 21&22, 2019
The Indiana Wine Trail presents Corks & Cookies! Why should MILK have all the fun? A new holiday tradition along the scenic wine trail! Corks & Cookies! 4 weekends back to back starting Nov 30/Dec 1/ thru Dec 21/22, take to the trail and enjoy delicious pairings of wine and cookies at each of the wineries. A great opportunity to fulfill your trail passport before 12/31/2019 for a chance to win the GRAND PRIZE for the year! Also, pick up those last minute hard-to-buy for friends and family for the holidays!
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A Bit About Us
The Indiana Wine Trail is a group of seven family-owned wineries located in the beautiful southeast Indiana area. From quaint country farm settings to historic wine cellars, you will experience our rich history and a variety of wine styles. Open year-round, you can enjoy daily wine tastings and participate in four trail events featuring wine and food pairings. The events are: Souper Saturday, the last Saturday of February; Spring into the Valley, the third weekend of April; Indiana Artisan Weekend, the last weekend of July; and Fall Haul, the first weekend of November. Hours of operation vary for each winery. Southeast Indiana is known as the birthplace of the American wine industry. While the Indiana Wine Trail is a newer attraction for southeast Indiana, the history of wineries and winemaking go back hundreds of years in the region. You can learn more about the region's Swiss wine heritage and the immigrants who shaped it by clicking the History tab at the top.
GPS Tour App will assist you from one Winery to the Next. DOWNLOAD before you take to the Trail!
Belinda from Indianapolis, IN -
"I loved it all! Hard to choose between the beautiful scenery and great wines."
Each Winery Hours Vary - See each winery listing
All Wineries are OPEN on Sunday's
Special Trail Event hours are 11am-5pm
Winery Hours of Operation
Visit Madison Visitors Center assists the Indiana Wine Trail in fielding calls, inquiries, group tours and more.