The Wines

Participating wineries

Below are the participating wineries for this year's Indiana Wine Fair. Keep checking back as new vendors are being added regularly.

Buck Creek Winery

Buck Creek offers 4 acres of vineyard on 12 ½ acres of farm land. Jeff Durm planted the first grape vines in 1991. Over the years the vineyard was developed and the winery opened in April, 2006.

Cedar Creek Winery

Cedar Creek Winery is the first winery in Morgan County. Larry and Donell Elsner opened Cedar Creek in October of 2010. The winery is located 2.7 miles east of Martinsville, Indiana just off SR 252 on Leonard Road. The picturesque, French-European style tasting room was designed by Larry. We offer 18 wines as well as a variety of cheeses, preserves, BBQ sauces, persimmon pulp and more!

Ertel Cellars Winery

Located in the fertile soil of the Indiana rolling hills, Ertel Cellars Winery has maintained it's own vineyard since 1999. After several years of selling the grapes to local wineries the Ertel family decided to open their own state of the art winery & restaurant in 2006. Nestled in the lush Indiana countryside Ertel Cellars Winery folds local charm into a world class, state of the art wine-making operation.

Fruitshine Wine

Here at Fruitshine Wine, we pride ourselves on only bringing you the best product from our farm. We grow our own fruits and everything is 100% natural, made right here at the winery. Our Winery is located on a farmstead, established in 1890, in Carroll County, Indiana. 

Huber's Orchard, Vineyard & Winery

The 550-acre Huber family farm, located 20 miles northwest of Louisville, is also only 125 miles from Indianapolis, Evansville, and Cincinnati. Other farm attractions: farm market, bakery, cheese factory, children's farm park, loft tasting bar, and u-cut Christmas trees.  A gem of a winery that grows its own grapes!

Simmons Winery

Established in June 2000, Simmons Winery is located Northeast of Columbus on the family's 120-year-old farm. Simmons Vineyard covers 12 1/2 acres of land consisting of 8 different varieties of grapes. The first 4 acres were planted in the spring of 1998. More grapes were planted in 2002 and now an additional 2 acres in 2006.

Simmons Vineyard produced its first harvest in the fall of 2000. The estate wines include:Chardonel, Chardonel Vintner's Reserve (oaked), Vidal Blanc, and Chambourcin.

Chateau de Pique

Tucked into the rolling farmlands of Seymour, Indiana, Chateau de Pique stands among 80 picturesque acres of beautiful rustic countryside. Chateau de Pique produces 3800 gallons of wine yearly in more than 20 varieties. From dry whites to bold red, crisp blush to sweet fruit wines, there's something for everyone on our award winning list.

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