We discovered the Harmony Winery last summer when we were set up at the Highway 40 yard sale a few miles down the road. The winery is in Knightstown on Historic US 40 in a building that used to house a chicken hatchery at the turn of the century. The wines we tried last June during a tasting really impressed us. Thus we were ready for yet another tasting flight of any of the new selections available.
Full shelves, wide selection
After the tasting
There were several new wines and some old favorites in the case that we purchased. It is always fun to try new and different wines. The people who own and run Harmony Winery are friendly, helpful and always carry our case of wine to the car. It is one of our favorite places to visit.
We liked the Indigo wine so much from Harmony Winery that we just had to go back for more. It has become our new favorite. It is so refreshing and has a hint of blueberry.
When we had a wine tasting on Thursday, we bought 2 bottles of the Indigo. We had a wonderful time during our tasting. Our host was the head winemaker and general manager, Kyle Condra. He was very helpful in selecting our wines to sample. He even offered suggestions on serving it. He was also fun to chat with.
The Harmony Winery wines are delicious. We tried about 5 for our wine tasting. It was hard to decide which we liked best. Usually we find one or two we like, but rarely all 5! We tried Copper Tiger which tastes like you’ve taken a bite of watermelon.
On Sunday as we were leaving the Highway 40 yard sale we decided we should get some more since we now have a new favorite. This time we met the owner, Josh Adams, another delightful person to talk with. He told us about some of the plans they are making for the winery and events they are going to have.
Turtle Bay is a fantastic pairing of the natural berry and plum flavors of White Zinfandel with a host of luscious fruits including blackberry, strawberry, passionfruit, and blackcurrant. We bought a few bottles of this on our return trip on Sunday.
It was a nice ending to our yard sale week. We were tired and ready to go home and relax. It was nice taking a long shower and then having a glass of wine.
We are looking forward to returning and tasting some of the other wines. We also want to attend some of the events they have planned.
Kyle and Josh are super nice and make your visit to the Harmony Winery a most enjoyable way to spend an afternoon in Knightstown. Knightstown is on the Historic Highway US 40 between Indianapolis and Richmond, Indiana.
Today was another wet day, though not a total washout. Sher and I decided to visit a local winery in the early afternoon while our son stayed at our setup for the sale.
We headed west for about 5 miles to Knightstown, Indiana for a visit to the Harmony Winery. This comfortable and intimate winery is located in an historic building that used to be a chicken hatchery at the turn of the century. The winery has a great selection of wines and we decided to taste a flight of 5.
Tasting the flight
Our host was most helpful in our determination of which five wines to taste. He described not only the making of the wines we tried, but also gave us hints of other uses of wine in different ways. Some of the owners concoctions sounded very interesting. We purchased three bottles before we left and look forward to enjoying our selections each evening after the sale closes. This is the Harmony Winery website.