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Sip and savor at these wineries and wine bars in Indy

Try a glass, enjoy a tasting, order a flight, or take home a bottle at these Indianapolis wine bars and wineries.

A glass of white wine next to a stack of books at Great Legs in Indianapolis, IN.

We don’t know what we like more about Great Legs — the wine or the perfect ambiance.

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Craving a quality glass of vino sans the $500 plane ticket to Napa? Us too.

Fortunately, Indy is home to several wineries + wine bars where you can enjoy a fresh glass (and even take home a bottle). Check out these nine local spots.

A glass of white wine from Brandywine Creek Vineyards & Winery.

Enjoy a glass of wine at Brandywine Creek while looking out at the picturesque vineyards.

Photo by @d_flash_5.0


Peace Water Winery Mass Ave Tasting Room, 747 N. College Ave., Ste. B | This local winery donates 50% of its net profits to charity.

Easley Winery, 205 N. College Ave. | Two words: Wine slushies. Try one or opt for a $7 wine tasting.

Buck Creek Winery, 11747 Indian Creek Rd. S. | Talk about some serious history — most of this winery’s vines are from its original planting in 1991.

Brandywine Creek Vineyards & Winery, 12524 Southeastern Ave. | Located just 15 minutes from downtown, this winery’s tasting room boasts a scenic atmosphere and live music events throughout the week.

A booth in Mass Ave Wine in Indianapolis, IN.

Mass Ave Wine is open Tuesday through Sunday.

Photo by @agrondz via @massavewine

Wine bars

Great Legs Wine Bar, 906 Carrollton Ave. | This Instagram-worthy spot is located inside The Garage Food Hall. Pro tip: Enjoy a glass with your favorite meal from one of The Garage’s food vendors.

Chalet, 5555 N. Illinois St. | Missing the slopes? You’ll feel right at home at this ski lodge-inspired coffee shop + natural wine bar.

LouVino Mass Ave, 530 Mass Ave., Ste. 140 | We can’t visit without ordering the European Vacation wine flight.

Tastings, 50 W. Washington St. | You’ll get the most out of every sip at this wine bar since its tasting stations are set up to reduce the presence of oxygen and preserve wines at their peak conditions.

Mass Ave Wine, 878 Mass Ave. | Enjoy a glass of wine while noshing on this wine bar and shop’s curated menu of small plates, salads, sandwiches, and pizzas.

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