Get the cure for cabin fever and warm up from the inside out at The Indiana Wine Trailâ€™s annual Souper Saturday on February 25, 2017 from 11am-5pm.
Escape from the cold weather, sample a variety of soups and wines along the trail and stock up with special pricing offers.
The Indiana Wine Trail features seven wineries along and around the beautiful Ohio River Scenic Byway in the rolling hills of southeast Indiana.
What? Did she say seven wineries? Yes, in 2017 the six wineries on the Indiana Wine Trail welcomed Holtkamp Winery and VineyardsÂ inÂ New AlsaceÂ as a trail member. Youâ€™ll be some of the first to check out the new partner.
Hereâ€™s a preview of whatâ€™s cookinâ€™ on the trail:
Lanthier Winery is serving Coyote Soup, a southwest proprietary recipe with assorted crackers and pepper cheese. They are offering a February wine special: buy any 5 sweet wines (mix & match if you like) and get one free.
Madison Vineyards Estate Winery is cooking up Zuppa al Toscana, a sausage, potato and wine soup along with cheese spreads and crackers. Sandy says they are offering special case discounts on Souper Saturday ONLY.
At Thomas Family Winery, Steve says, â€œWeâ€™ll be making Indian Corn Soup! This is a classic soup/stew that the colonists adapted from the Native Peoples.â€ In addition to special case pricing on 6 bottles, their rustic bakery will offer a special on Colonial â€œThirds Breadâ€ (one third corn, rye and wheat).
Ridge Winery Tasting Room has a crowd pleaser on their menu - Taco Soup with salsa and chips. Ridge is offering 20% discount on case purchases and 10% on 4 bottle purchases.
Stream Cliff Farm Winery is stirring up a bubbling Ham and Cheese Wine Soup and their restaurant will offer lunch on Souper Saturday.
HoltKamp WineryÂ and Vineyards is preparing a White Chicken Chili for you and offering case pricing for 6 bottles.
Ertel Cellars Winery and Restaurant's chef is serving Beef & Barley Soup with a cabernet base...dark and hearty and Shrimp Bisque with a chardonnay base...hearty but light in texture.
More infoÂ about Indiana's Wineries