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Hoosier Wine Trail Elects New Officers

Posted On 01/09/2014

Wine Trail centered along and near I-64 elects officers for 2013-14.

The Hoosier Wine Trail met June 24, 2013 and formally elected new officers for the 2013-14 year. Elected were Lynn Dauby (Blue Heron), President; Melissa Humphrey (River City), Vice-President; Andy Hedinger (Monkey Hollow), Treasurer; and Margaret Schad (Scout Mountain), Secretary.

The Hoosier Wine Trail is Indiana's 4th trail and features nine unique wineries located along and near I-64 in Southern Indiana, from Lynnville to Clarksville. Wineries on the trail from West to East include: Mystique Winery, Pepper's Ridge, Monkey Hollow, Blue Heron Vineyards, Scout Mountain, Indian Creek, Grateful Goat, River City and Chateau de Pique Winery.

You may pick up a wine trail card at any one of the wineries and tour them in any order. Once this card has been stamped by each, you will receive an exclusive gift from the Hoosier Wine Trail.

Most of the wineries are open Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 6:00 pm. EST. However, consult the individual winery hours posted at www.hoosierwinetrail.com or visit "Hoosier Wine Trail" on Facebook for specific details and directions. PLEASE NOTE that our western wineries are on Central Standard Time while the eastern wineries are on Eastern Standard Time.


Hoosier Wine Trail
Contact: Lynn Dauby

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