Whyte Horse Winery in Monticello, Indiana doesn’t just have phenomenal, award-winning wines and friendly, knowledgeable staff–they also have a great story to tell.
At this White County winery, it all started with a horse.
Whyte Horse Winery in Monticello, Indiana
The property in this small Indiana town caught their eye with its lovely rolling hills. They were crushed when they were told that it had already received a full price offer. They couldn’t resist and made a backup offer anyway, realizing that it likely wouldn’t do anything for them.
At church the next day, they received a message from the owner. Upon returning the call, they were asked, “Will you take the horse?”
The answer was “Yes!” and the beginnings of Whyte Horse Winery were put into place.
Monticello, Indiana Winery
That was ten years ago. Today, this Indiana winery occupies ten peaceful acres. While you will see a small vineyard, complete with incredible gazebo, planted near the farmhouse (which made a beautiful spot for a wedding), that isn’t the whole of it.
A few miles away lies the rest of the Indiana grape-producing fields. But back near the 1886 built farmhouse, you’ll find a hive of activity. It’s where folks go for wine tastings, cheese, and a little shopping.
With so many award-winning Indiana wines proudly displayed in the wine tasting room, it’s a bit overwhelming just trying to decide where to begin.
Fortunately, the very nice folks at Whyte Horse Winery are quick to help you narrow it down and find your new favorites. We enjoyed every wine we sipped, from reds to whites to fruity wines. For me, that’s pretty amazing.
Even we couldn’t leave without bringing home a bottle or two (or three) of fabulous wine from Whyte Horse Winery in Monticello, Indiana as well as a styling new wine rack for our wall.
It was hard to decide between all the different varieties. But, thanks to our little wine tasting, I think we did pretty well.
Just don’t forget to tell them that Little Indiana sent you.
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