Wine Trail Fall Haul
foods, lively events,
designer wines to highlight fun
area wineries will participate
in the third annual event
(November 2011) Do you enjoy fall? Do you
enjoy wine? Do you enjoy food? Then the annual Indiana Wine Trails
Fall Haul is for you.
Wine Trail Participants:
Family Winery, 208 E. Second St., Madison, Ind.
Lanthier Winery, 123 Mill St., Madison, Ind.
Madison Vineyards, 1456 E. 400 N., Madison, Ind.
Ertel Cellars Winery, 3794 E. County Rd. 1100 N.,
Stream Cliff Farm Winery, 8225 S. County Rd. 90 West,
The Ridge Winery & Tasting Room, 11048 E. Hwy.
156, Vevay, Ind.
This will be the third year for the Fall Haul, and Steve
Thomas of Thomas Family Winery in Madison, Ind., said, Every winery
is doing something different in food. That is what really drives this
Mary Jane Demaree of The Ridge Winery in Vevay, Ind., said she is really
excited about the success of the event and is looking forward to it
becoming an established must do similar to the
annual Swiss Wine Festival. We are looking to develop the event
where people expect it every year on the first weekend of November and
know to expect food pairings with wine at each winery location.
The Indiana Wine Trail Fall Haul takes place Nov. 5-6 and consists of
six wineries Thomas Family Winery, Lanthier Winery, Madison Vineyards,
Ertel Cellars, Stream Cliff Farm Winery and The Ridge Winery & Tasting
Room. Visitors to these wineries can expect to enjoy seasonal foods
made with local wines, special wines, lively events and collectors
edition recipe cards.
Demaree said to expect everything from wine sauces to wine tapas to
Thomas said, All the food items are made in house. He is
presenting a sauvignon blanc roast red bell pepper soup and also something
a bit different with a wine butter, using a red wine for that, so you
have a nice high flavor going on.
to the Thomas
Family Winery in
Madison, Ind., and
five other southern
Indiana wineries will
enjoy food and wine
specials during the
November Fall Haul.
Steve Palmer of Madison Vineyards will be offering tapas
style food pairings with wine and estate tours both days. The other
two wineries on the tour, Stream Cliff Farm and Ertel Cellars Winery,
are located in Commiskey and Batesville, respectively.
The Indiana Wine Trail brings together the regions best wineries,
each offering a different take on one of the states fastest-growing
agricultural products: handcrafted Indiana wine. The wineries have joined
together to create a fun wine trail along and around the beautiful Ohio
River Scenic Byway, encompassing everything from secluded estate vineyards
to historic pub-style bistros.
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