The Wine Pavillion features a broad selection of wine

 

Imagine yourself in a setting surrounded by several of Indiana's Award Winning Wineries, delectable cheeses, an unrivaled view of the Ohio River flowing by with music playing in the background. Now imagine spending time in this setting with friends old and new. That is just the type of experience you will have at the Swiss Wine Festival Wine Pavilion. The tantalizing wines can be had in samples, by the glass or the bottle. Wine novice or connoisseur will not be disappointed. Each producer is on hand to describe his wine and share his fruit of the vine story. You will have a Grape Escape Good Time! 

A toast to the Swiss Wine Festival Wine Pavilion

 

Admission to Wine Pavilion is $18.00 per person and includes wine samples and souvenir glass.

 

Bullet_02a.pngFriday 3pm to 10pm

Bullet_02a.pngSaturday 11am to 10pm 

Bullet_02a.pngSunday 12pm to 5pm

Bullet_02a.png(Not open on Thursday of the Festival)

 

Participating Wineries:

Buck Creek Winery: 317-862-9463 Enjoying the Wine Pavilion
Carousel Winery: 812-849-1005 
Cedar Creek Winery:  765-342-9000
Ertel Cellars Winery: 812-933-1500 
French Lick Winery: 888-494-6380 
Harmony Winery: 317-585-9463 
Holtkamp Winery:  513-602-5580        

Indian Creek Winery: 812-951-0303 
Lanthier Winery: 800-419-4637 
The Ridge Winery: 812-427-2792 
Traders Point Winery:  317-879-9463

Windy Knoll Winery: 812-726-1600
Winzerwald Winery: 866-694-7937 

Participating Cheese Maker: Serving a variety of cheeses and cheese platters.

Also featuring:  Peacetree Mountain Truffles: 812-961-0434 

 

Entertainment:

 

Friday 6:00-9:00 p.m.                 Greg & Kris Ziesemer

Saturday 2:00-5:00 p.m.            Michael Kruse

Saturday 6:00-9:00 p.m.            Brooke Reindollar & Steve Pullias 

 

 

 

 

  

 

Swiss Wine Festival

P.O Box 151

Vevay, IN 47043

 

812-427-9463 Phone

 

Swiss Wine Festival Logo

 

 

 

 

 

© 2017

Phone: 812.427.9463

E-mail: info@swisswinefestival.org

Site Developed by Aaron Rich Marketing and Melissa Jackson Brister