Monkey Hollow Winery
Monkey Hollow Winery is nestled in the rolling hills of southern Indiana in an area of rich German history stretching back over 150 years. While the vineyard is a recent addition, grapes have been grown here for many generations and the spirit of winemaking is ripe within the community.
Monkey Hollow Winery is featured on the Hoosier Wine Trail.
The vineyard is nearly five acres and grows a wide selection of French Hybrid grapes such as Traminette, Vignoles, Chardonel, Chambourcin, and Cayuga White. There is also a variety of American grapes including Concord, Steuben, and Catawba. Free tastings are offered.
Visit the winery Tuesday through Sunday from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Central time.
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Good wine with good music!Reviewed 06-29-16
We have been to this winery several times, they have a really good selection of wines from sweet to dry. They usually have excellent entertainment from local musicians. Nice out side sitting area... Read More
I'm no expert...Reviewed 06-08-16
I can't say that I am any sort of expert on wines or wineries so you may want to take this review with a grain of salt. But regardless of my knowledge, I know that the lady working was super nice... Read More
Good wines and good times!Reviewed 05-17-16
We have been a few times, and the wine is consistently good. Location is a little off the beaten path, which makes it very relaxing. Play corn hole, or dance to live music on Saturday's in summer... Read More
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