Indiana Grown Wine Trail offers free wooden wine stoppers

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The state government’s Indiana Grown project has teamed up with wineries to create the Indiana Grown Wine Trail

More than two dozen locations are participating. Each puts its own twist on a variety of wine styles. Free trail maps are available at the vineyards and online. At each winery, visitors get a stamp to be added to their maps.  When completed, visitors can mail the maps to Indiana Grown for a free wooden wine stopper. 

Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, Indiana’s secretary of agriculture and rural development, issued this statement: 

“This trail provides the opportunity to experience all that Indiana’s winemakers have to offer in a fun and exciting way. We have some of the best wineries in the country, and I encourage Hoosiers to go find their new favorite wine.”

Bruce Kettler, Indiana Department of Agriculture director, issued this statement:

“If you enjoy local wine, this trail is for you. This is an excellent way to support local businesses and meet Indiana winemakers, while enjoying some great Indiana-grown wines.”

The trail is made possible by these wineries, listed in alphabetical order by community: Mallow Run Winery, Bargersville; Huckleberry Hill Winery,  Bloomfield; Butler Winery, Bloomington; Oliver Winery, Bloomington; Huber Winery, Borden; Winzerwald Winery, Bristow; Sugar Creek Winery, Carmel; Running Vines Winery, Chesterton; Turtle Run Winery, Corydon; Rowland Winery, Dillsboro; Best Vineyards, Elizabeth; Satek Winery, Fremont; French Lick Winery, French Lick; Two EE’s Winery, Huntington; Country Heritage Winery, Laotto; Buck Creek Winery, Indianapolis; Chateau de Pique Winery, Indianapolis;  Easley Winery, Indianapolis; Madison Vineyard, Madison; Madison County Winery, Markleville; Daniel’s Vineyard, McCordsville; Fruitshine Wine, Monticello; Whyte Horse Winery, Monticello; Brown County Winery, Nashville; McClure’s Orchard/ Winery, Peru; Melton Renzulli Winery, Richmond; Schnabeltier, Rochester; Blackhawk Winery, Sheridan; Owen Valley Winery, Spencer; and Hopwood Cellars Winery, Zionsville.

Indiana Grown Wine Trail map. (Image Provided/Indiana Department of Agriculture)