Indiana Grown has teamed up with wineries from across the state to bring local enthusiasts the Indiana Grown Wine Trail.

With 30 participating locations, finding the perfect wine is an easy, entertaining and relaxing process.

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

Despite more than two dozen wineries participating, the trail won’t get old — each location puts its own twist on a variety of wine styles.

Free trail maps are available on the Indiana Grown website or at the participating vineyards. Each time a guest visits a location, a stamp will be added to their map. There isn’t a time limit for completion, but completed maps can be mailed to Indiana Grown for a free wooden wine stopper.

“If you enjoy local wine, this trail is for you,” said Bruce Kettler, Indiana State Department of Agriculture director. “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 the following wineries:

    • 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.

To find out more about the Indiana Grown Wine Trail, click here. Visit or learn more about Indiana Grown.

Indiana Grown is administered by the Indiana State Department of Agriculture in partnership with Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch. The initiative educates consumers on the importance of buying Indiana Grown products, helps Indiana farmers and producers sell more products and supports Indiana processors in their effort to process more Indiana Grown products. Indiana Grown members and partners include farmers, producers, processors and artisans, as well as retailers, grocers, hospitals and restaurants. For more information, visit