We make all of our wine at the winery on State Road 46 east of Nashville.
We have fruit sent to the winery from all over the country with the majority coming from the growing regions of New York, Oregon, and California. We are just beginning to grow our own grapes.
Vista Red is our most popular wine and the Blackberry is our most popular fruit wine (and second overall).
Yes, we sell wine on Sunday and our free wine tastings are available 7 days a week.
You can purchase wine by the glass or bottle to drink at the winery on State Road 46 to enjoy on our outdoor deck or at the bar. There is no indoor seating at the winery and wine is not sold by by the glass at the tasting room in the village of Nashville.
Families are welcome at both of our locations. Everybody under 21 must be accompanied by adult.
Yes! Please click here to go to our online store. All customer must be over 21 and all deliveries require an adult signature.
Yes! All pets are welcome in the winery or on the porch as you enjoy a glass.
No. An appointment is not neccessary to taste wine at either location.
Yes. Please call 812-988-6144 in advance for groups over 15. We do not have a private tasting area.
No we do not. Please visit browncounty.com for information on event spaces in Brown County.
Yes we can! All wine related merchandise can be shipped directly to you. The items are not listed on the online store, please call us at 812-988-6144 to place an order.
1 bottle of Vista Red, Apple, or Cranberry Apple Wine
4 Brown County Winery Spice Bags
1/2 - 3/4 cups brown sugar
1/2 cup water
Heat in a crockpot or on a stovetop. Do not boil.
The recipe we use is different than the one on the box. The Spiced Red Wine just needs to be heated.
Yes, the presence of sediment does not always indicate that the wine has gone bad. All of our wine is made from whole fruit or fresh pressed juice and not from artificial flavors, so the naturally occurring compounds that are in fruit are still present. All of our wines are filtered to clarify the wine, but solids can form in the wine after bottling.
The Blackberry Wine may develop a sediment over time as a naturally occurring acid in the blackberries solidifies in the presence of alcohol. A white dust like sediment can be seen in the bottle; if this occurs, let it fall to the bottom of the bottle before drinking.
Grape wines can develop a crystal called tartrates when chilled that resembles sugar. You can sometimes see these on the bottom of the bottle in white wines or on the cork in red wines. These are sometimes called 'wine diamonds' and is the same compound as cream of tartar. Let the tartrates fall to the bottom of the bottle or use a filter or decanter when serving.