Indiana Uplands Wine Trail’s New Look

April 26th, 2013



Did you know that the Indiana Uplands Wine Trail has released a new “vintage”? You’re the first to see our new logo, branding and website showcasing the beauty of our region and the excellence of our wineries. Go ahead, take a sip at

The changes come just in time for our 10th anniversary. The Indiana Uplands Wine Trail began in 2003 to unite the top-notch wineries and varietals in south-central Indiana. Today, nine wineries are members of the trail, and together they craft hundreds of wines, many of them award-winning.

Our new “vintage” also celebrates some great news — earlier this year, Indiana Uplands became a federally recognized grape-growing region, known as an American Viticultural Area, or AVA. Joining approximately 207 AVAs across the country, Napa and Sonoma among them, members of the Indiana Uplands Wine Trail worked for a decade to establish the Indiana Uplands AVA – and we’re thrilled that our wineries and winemakers, vineyards and grape-growers will thrive together.

And, cheers to you — our fans who support the Indiana Uplands Wine Trail sip by sip. The next time you plan to visit one of our wineries, we hope you start your trip at

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