“Find Time to Wine” is continuing with Irene’s Vineyard in Oblong, Illinois. The tasting room is open Wednesday through Sunday making it a perfect place to stop in while traveling. It is located an hour from Vincennes, IN and an hour from Effingham, IL.
“Find Time to Wine” is continuing with Berryville Vineyards in Claremont, IL. Stop by any Saturday from noon to 5pm to try some of their delicious varieties of wine. The winery is located only 40 minutes from Vincennes, Indiana and a little over an hour from Effingham, Illinois.
“Find Time to Wine” is continuing with Homestead Vineyards in West Salem, IL. West Salem is a little over an hour from Evansville, IN and 2 hours from St. Louis, MO. Their outdoor area is the highlight of this amazing stop!
The next winery on our “Find Time to Wine” excursion takes us to Twelve Oaks Vineyard in Carlyle, Illinois. Carlyle is about an hour from St. Louis, MO and a little under 2 hours from Springfield, IL. Twelve Oaks Vineyard produces an Illinois Bicentennial Rosé Wine. See what else makes this winery a must visit in ILLINOISouth.
Our Find Time to Wine series takes us next to Crooked Creek Winery in Centralia, Illinois. Centralia is located an hour outside of St. Louis, MO and about 2 from Terre Haute, IN.
The Weingarten is located in Belleville, Illinois and is a great stop for any wine enthusiasts. With many wines to choose from and a full menu, guest can sit, relax and enjoy a serene atmosphere. They host several events throughout the year and offer wine and beer tastings during the day until 6:00PM.
Our Find Time to Wine series takes us next to Hidden Lake Winery in Aviston. This winery is only 45 minutes from St. Louis and offers great wine in a relaxing atmosphere. With close proximity to Carlyle Lake and other Clinton County attractions, Hidden Lake can be your weekend getaway with their onsite cabins.
Who is ready to take a trip to a secluded winery for the ultimate experience in relaxation and fun. Cameo Vineyards is nestled away in Greenup, Illinois approximately 2 hours from the city life of St. Louis. This vineyard crushes approximately 35 tons of llinois grapes each year to produce over 14 varieties of wine.