About this trip idea
Allow 2-3 days.
Explore the rolling hills of Southern Indiana as you travel from winery to winery. Relax and unwind at unique and welcoming wine stops across the southern part of the state.
Drink in the views of Southern Indiana
Begin your trip at Chateau de Pique . The winery welcomes visitors with 80 acres of picturesque farmlands and a quaint 19th century barn.
in New Albany, discover River City Winery . The winery and restaurant keeps customers entertained with live music on Friday nights.
Make your way to Indian Creek Winery . With free wine tastings daily, this small farm winery is sure to provide a tranquil setting for weary travelers.
Make a pit stop at the whimsical Grateful Goat Vineyard and Winery in Palmyra. Stroll through the vineyards that grow three different types of wine grapes used to create specialty wines in-house.
In Corydon, spend some time at Scout Mountain Winery . Situated on 35 acres and surrounded by forestry, this winery serves up a bit of everything. Alongside the vineyard sits an apple orchard ripe for picking in the fall. In the summer, find fresh vegetables, herbs and plants. Visitors can even spend a night at the winery's 1920's bed and breakfast located on the property.
Head to Blue Heron Vineyards and Winery in Cannelton. Explore the winery by strolling through the vineyard and grounds, including a four-acre lake. Fully enjoy Southern Indiana's rural charm by spending a night at the on-site bed and breakfast.
Savor perfected flavors
The land around Monkey Hollow Winery has been growing wine grapes for more than 150 years. Taste the years of experience as you enjoy another glimpse of Southern Indiana's rolling hills.
Discover new tastes
Be sure to stop at the newest additions to Southern Indiana wine country if you plan to visit after Fall 2012. Pepper's Ridge Winery and Mystique Winery are both scheduled to open during the autumn season.
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