Brandywine Creek Winery

Sher and I visited the Brandywine Creek Winery on our way home from a day of adventure in Greenfield, which is east of Indianapolis. We had seen Brandywine listed, but had never stopped. We are glad we did.

At the tasting bar

Without the sign out front, you’d think that the winery was a private home in Pleasant View, just off of I-74. Walking in the front door reveals a beautiful tasting bar with wine related merchandise displayed. In addition, several hand made jewelry pieces and some kids craft projects are also available.

Out front signage

The wine bar

 

 

 

 

 

 

But the wine is what’s important. The tastings are done at the wine bar, only $5 for 6 tastes. A wide variety of types of wine are ready for you. We enjoyed the tasting. and since I was driving, our hostess let us share a tasting. (I take sips, but still get a good read of the sample.) We liked what we tried, and purchased three bottles of their sweet wines.

Enjoy wine at a table overlooking the vineyard

The facility has a beautifully constructed porch/veranda out back with tables that overlook the vineyard. Brandywine has over five acres of vineyards in two locations. The first vines were planted in 2014. Check their website for details about their Event Room rental and schedule of weekend live music and Trivia events. We really enjoyed our visit.

14 thoughts on “Brandywine Creek Winery

  1. Looks like a beautiful place. We have wineries in Corrales. Vineyards have been a part of Corrales since the Spanish settled the area in the 17th Century. In the early 1900s Italian immigrants came to Corrales and started making Grappa. Apparently, Corrales was on of the major sources of wine and grappa during Prohibition. A friend of mine, who makes home brewed beer, bought a still, and he another Corrales native are going to start making grappa using the pomace from local wineries.

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