Although it’s one of the newest Indiana wineries, Buck Creek Winery enjoys a reputation for offering some of the finest wines in the Hoosier state. Located in Indianapolis with four acres of vineyards on over 12 acres of farm land, it’s a great place to visit for a relaxing afternoon with friends.
|Video about the Indy Wine Trail with makes a stop at the Buck Creek Winery in Indianapolis, Indiana|
Buck Creek Winery grew from a dream of Jeff and Kelly Durm, who purchased the land for their vineyards and began planting vines back in 1991. Gradually, the dream grew into a reality and in April of 2007, Buck Creek Winery opened its doors to an enthusiastic public.
An impressive variety of grapes are grown on the property to bring you the ultimate in tasting experiences, including Cabernet franc, Catawba, Corot Noir, Stueben, and Traminette. The result is a large array of wines sure to please even the pickiest palette. The award-winning wines have garnered attention throughout the Midwest.
|Doing Indy video about the Indy Wine Trail, of which Buck Creek Winery in Indianapolis is a part.
One of Buck Creek’s biggest sellers is known as the Alley Cat. This unique wine possesses the flavors of cranberry and strawberry, with a spicy finish for a final kick. Other popular selections that you might not find at other wineries in the state include Blueberry, Cranberry Apple, and Christmas Cherry.
For a complete wine list, visit the Buck Creek website, where you’ll also find the history of the winery and news, Indianapolis events, location, and hours. Buck Creek Winery is open every day of the week, even Sunday. If you’re used to not being able to buy alcohol on Sunday in Indiana, never fear; the rule doesn’t apply to Indiana wineries. There are also a variety of cheeses and other picnic items available for your purchasing and tasting pleasure.
For a chance to check out Buck Creek’s impressive wines without making the trip to the winery itself, visit the Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival, held each June in downtown Indianapolis in Military Park. This annual Indianapolis festival celebrates the wine culture in Indiana and the tastes and sounds of summer.
Buck Creek Winery is a proud member of the Indy Wine Trail. This trail features seven wineries throughout the city and highlights the differences and unique qualities in each. If you complete the wine trail, you receive a free gift at the end, and enjoy a fun, knowledgeable trip along the way, learning not only about each stop’s various wines, but about the place of each in Indianapolis history.
Buck Creek Winery
11747 Indian Creek Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46259
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