Fall Fun at Mallow Run Winery

This Autumn, head to Mallow Run Winery in Bargersville, Indiana, to celebrate the season and enjoy some of the Hoosier state’s best wines. Starting this Saturday, October 3, Mallow Run promises a great line-up of events to officially get you in a Fall frame of mind.

If you’re in the mood for hot, gooey pizza and crisp cold wines, visit Mallow Run Winery the evening of October 3 for the last Pizza and Wine Night of the season. Spend one last warm summer evening in the company of friends as you sample some of the gourmet fare from Bazbeaux Pizza Restaurant, one of the best pizza places in the Midwest. Paired with Mallow Run’s sophisticated wines and the live music flowing over the grounds, it makes for a perfect last hurrah to summer in Indiana.

Next up is one of the most eagerly anticipated events at Mallow Run all year long, the Fall Festival. On Saturday, October 10, and Sunday, October 11, from noon to 6:00 p.m., you can enjoy more live music, food, and fun. And no Autumn celebration is complete without a wide range of fresh produce, such as crisp red apples and plump pumpkins, for you to take home at the end of the day. There’s no admission charge, and as always, you’re encouraged to spend some time in the tasting room at Mallow Run Winery.

Before the cold really settles in, take advantage of the last crisp, cool, sunny days of Fall with the annual Wine and Chili Weekend at Mallow Run. Taking place on October 16 and 17, this event promises a good time for all. More live music provides a festive backdrop for the occasion. Give your taste buds a workout with some of the best chili recipes in the state, and learn which recipe to pair with what wine for the ultimate chili experience.

For more information on these exciting Autumn happenings, check out the Mallow Run website. Visit often, as more seasonal events are will be posted soon to get you in the mood for the holidays in Indianapolis.

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