Tuesday, February 19, 2013

As I've been saying: "Indiana's wine trail in the national spotlight."

I'm the beer guy, and my wine knowledge is scattershot at best, but it has become a matter of principle with me to argue the case for regional winemaking.

A few previous postings here and at Potable Curmudgeon make the case.

First time ever for a Hoosier winery: River City Winery wins "Wine of the Year" at The Indy Int'l Competition.

Indiana wine at Bank Street Brewhouse: Let's try it again, from the top.

Lammers: "Southern Indiana wineries offer variety and quality."

Thanks to Sniplock for the following link:
Indiana's wine trail in the national spotlight (WHAS-11)

CLARK COUNTY, Ind. (WHAS11) -- The Federal Government officially accredited the Indiana wine industry on Tuesday.

With this new stamp of approval, workers are out in the vineyard at Huber's Winery, pruning this year’s crop.

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