Tour Taste Tradition

Sample The Best Wineries and Breweries

Tasting rooms let you pick your favorites

Talk about passion! Indiana’s vintners and brewers sure love what they do. You’ll witness that as they describe their processes for growing grapes and aging wines or picking the perfect hops for their signature brews. Plan your tasting trip with the links below.

Big Woods Brewing Company, Nashville
One of the Midwest's most unique microbrewery, Big Woods Brewing Company, dedicated to creating great beers with flavors that appeal to craft beer aficionados and the average joe. The brewery has created a culture accented by the autumn season, warm and welcoming.
Blue Heron Vineyard, Cannelton
Overlooking the Ohio River, Blue Heron Vineyard features a bed and breakfast beyond its delectable vintages. Don’t miss the beautiful Celtic cross on the grounds. In addition to wine, you can also purchase artwork created by the owners and other area craftspeople.
Brugge Brasserie, Indianapolis
Located in Indianapolis' Broad Ripple Neighborhood, Brugge Brasserie specializes in award-winning handcrafted ales and classic Belgian brasserie fair. Sip and savor the flavors of fall in the Belgian tradition. Brugge Brasserie offers a selection of handcrafted beers in the Belgian tradition, with a firm grasp on Indiana roots.
Chateau Pomije, Guilford
With breathtaking views of the lake and vineyards, nestled on 100 acres amid Southeast Indiana's most picturesque and peacefully quiet scenery. Chateau Pomije combines the captivating atmosphere of a fully working winery with the charm, rustic elegance and character of a lake-side patio.
Coal Creek Cellars Winery, Crawfordsville
Visit this winery and tasting room specializing in fine dry wines. The winery features a restored vintage barn. An observation deck allows visitors to admire the fall foliage of the woods and small vineyard it overlooks.
Indian Trail Wines, Royal Center
Take a step back from the hectic season at this Northern Indiana winery. Enjoy the rustic charm of Indian Trail Wines. Relax and indulge with one of your favorite bottles.
Country Heritage Winery, LaOtto
Savor the fall season at Country Heritage Winery. Stop in for a wine tasting. The winemakers at Country Heritage Winery believe that great wine comes from great fruit. They use a whole fruit, slow fermentation process to bring about the best flavors. Choose five fine wines from the winery's extensive wine list.
Mad Anthony Brewing Company, Fort Wayne
Mad Anthony brews more than 2,000 barrels of beer annually in tanks located onsite. Pick a handcrafted ale or lager to go with a slice of deep dish pizza or traditional pub fare. Oktobeerfest in September is just one of many great fall events.
Mallow Run Winery, Bargersville
Named for a stream that winds through the family farm on its way to the White River, Mallow Run Winery grows several varieties of grapes on the eight acres devoted to the vines. Their tasting room is in the hayloft of a 19th century barn.
Monkey Hollow Winery, Saint Meinrad
This winery is nestled in the rolling hills of southern Indiana in an area of rich German history stretching back more than 150 years. While the vineyard is a recent addition, grapes have been grown on the property for many generations and the spirit of winemaking is ripe within the community.
New Day Craft, Indianapolis
Enjoy handcrafted honey wines and hard cider in the historic Fountain Square Cultural District. New Day’s owners are beekeepers who’ve spent several years perfecting their mead formulas. They also strictly adhere to using locally grown fruit.
Oliver Winery, Bloomington
Fall means apples, and that’s the perfect time to try Oliver Winery’s Beanblossom Hard Cider. Enjoy free tasting daily at Indiana’s oldest and largest winery. On weekends you can tour the production facility.
Shoreline Brewery & Restaurant, Michigan City
Try one of Shoreline’s own ales or one of many other favorites on tap. Can’t decide? Order the sampler tray featuring six 5-ounce glasses of their most popular brews. Enjoy something from the full menu of appetizers, main courses and even kids’ choices.
Thomas Family Winery, Madison
Relax in the cheerful pub-style tasting room in this 1850s stable and carriage house as you try handcrafted wines and old-world ciders. Take a cellar tour and enjoy old-fashioned board games. Live music makes it even more fun on Saturday nights.
Three Floyds Brewing Co., Munster
This unique brewpub is sure to surprise even the most avid craft beer fanatics. Founded by a pair of brothers and their father, the Floyds set out to depart from traditional brews and create intense balanced beers.
Tomlinson Tap Room, Indianapolis
You can always find something new here because 16 taps rotate to feature only Indiana-brewed craft beer. Tomlinson’s interior is crafted from reconditioned materials, a perfect fit for the feeling of a neighborhood pub inside the historic City Market.
Upland Brewing Company, Bloomington
Weekend tours give you a peek at the brewing process, from the raw malt to the bottled product. Finish the tour with a sampler in the Brew Pub. Many of the brews are unique twists on traditional recipes, but others are products dreamed up by the Upland folks.
Whyte Horse Winery, Monticello
The charming lake resort community of Monticello is home to Whyte Horse Winery, a fall favorite for its farmhouse charm.
Wildcat Creek Winery, Lafayette
The tasting room at this small, rustic winery is an antique Hoosier farmhouse. These handcrafted fine wines are fashioned from local fruits and include unique wines like Aunt Minnie’s Cherry Tree and Prophet’s Rock Red.