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Antiques, Ice Cream & Gardens: Fun on the Heritage Trail

By Sara Wakefield The Heritage Trail driving tour in northern Indiana was named one of America’s most scenic drives by the editors of LIFE. The 90-mile loop is a gateway to the urban-rural fusion in the Elkhart region, from the Read more >

Locals Can’t Stop Talking About this Winery in Muncie

As Muncie experiences a craft beer revolution, just north in the village of Royerton, Tonne Winery is experiencing success of its own. Tonne (rhymes with sunny), has become east-central Indiana’s go-to local winery in the past decade and is fast Read more >

The Best of Indiana Wineries, Waterfalls and Music Festivals

With over 22,000 votes, the results are in for Visit Indiana’s Best of Indiana Fall awards. Hoosiers were asked to select Indiana’s Best Winery Experience, Best Waterfall and Best Music Festival. The winners are: Best Winery Experience: Two-EE’s Winery, Roanoke Read more >

Indiana Foodways’ Top 10 Picks For Fall

Autumn leaves may be falling but the flavors are blooming on Indiana Foodways Alliances Culinary Trails. Pack up the car and hit the road to taste and experience IFAs Top 10 Savor the Flavor picks! For additional information on IFAs Read more >

Cuddle Up in Richmond this Valentine’s Day

  Free chocolate tastings along the Chocolate Trail, specialty wine, craft beer, local fine dining, and cozy accommodations are just some of the highlights that make Richmond, Indiana the perfect setting for a romantic Valentine getaway with that special someone. Read more >

Getting Ready to Dig IN

Three years! For three years, I’ve tried to get to Dig IN, A Taste of Indiana, but always had problems. This year, it looks like I’m going to be able to go. Dig IN is the big food tasting/”farm-to-fork” festival Read more >

Vevays Swiss Wine Festival Celebrates 41st Year

When you’re the location of the first commercial winery ever, you want to celebrate that fact. Vevay, Indianain Switzerland County is celebrating that fact for the 41st year in a row with their Swiss Wine Festival, August 23 26, 2012, Read more >

New Wine Trail Kicks Off in Southern Indiana

The rolling hills of Southern Indiana are the perfect setting for a relaxing trail through vineyards and wineries. The Hoosier Wine Trail begins in Clarksville, north of Louisville, and ends in Lynnville, east of Evansville. With nine picturesque stops along Read more >

Becoming a Serious Swirler at Bloomington’s Butler Winery

Even before I became the sophisticated 21-year-old that I am today, I always had a fascination with wine, andI made it my personal goal to one day be referred to as a “wine connoisseur” or even better, a “wino.” Now, Read more >

Indiana Artisan: Sue Wilson, Carousel Winery

The Indiana Artisan program is not just about art, it’s about creation and being able to build and make things with your hands that other people enjoy so it’s about food and drink just as much as it is Read more >