Beer, Wine & Cider

What could be better than Indiana Beer, Indiana Cider, and French Wine? This year will be even bigger than the last with a tremendous lineup at the event.

A great “merci” to our Wine sponsor:

A mix of French and Hoosier wines will be poured this year. The line up from last year sold out quickly. We will have more on hand this year to meet the demand:

Rosé:

  • 2014 Norton Rosé (Indiana)
    • This darker Rosé is made from the Norton grape grown in the Rettig Hill vineyards located in Ripley County, in Southeastern Indiana. The Norton grape is a Native American grape that is typically used to make a full bodied dry red wine. The Norton Rosé has aromas and flavors of raspberry, cherry and strawberry. The small amount of residual sugar places this wine in the off-dry to semi-dry category.

White:

  • 2009 Les Clissages d’Or Muscadet Sèvre et Maine (France)
    • is from the Loire Valley and features a beautiful pale gold color with a few green highlights. On the nose, the wine offers aromas of white flowers over a mineral frame. Long and well-balanced on the palate, with very fresh aromas of white peach and pear.
  • 2011 Vidal Blanc/Vignoles/Traminette (Indiana)
    • This dry white wine is a blend of three grapes grown in the Rettig Hill Vineyards, located in Ripley County, in Southeastern Indiana. This wine possesses subtle aromas and flavors of apple and pear along with a mineral texture.

Red Wines:

  • 2012 Grand Rouge (Indiana)
    • is a dry red wine made with Norton and Villard Noir grapes grown in the Rettig Hill vineyards located in Ripley County, in Southeastern Indiana. This wine, aged in American oak, has aromas and flavors of red, dark fruit and spice along with a smooth tannic structure.
  • 2013 Chapoutier’s Belleruche Rouge (France)
    • is a wine made from roughly 80% Grenache (the grape variety used primarily in Châteauneuf-du-Pape to the south) and 20% Syrah (the grape used to make the Rhône valley’s most famous red wines in Côte Rôtie, Crozes Hermitage, Hermitage, and St Joseph to the north). Its perfect balance of natural fruit flavors from the Grenache and the structure, spiciness, and gentle tannins from the Syrah make it an excellent pairing for a wide variety of dishes.

And a GREAT thank you to our two beer sponsors:

Elite-beverages_logo Elite Beverage of Fortville and McCordsville will be bringing the iconic pink elephant for an encore this year. They will also be bringing some of their great staff to make sure everyone can learn more about the wine and beer on hand.
And great news for our beer loving friends… Thanks to a partnership with Indiana on Tap, the 2015 Indiana Bastille Day will feature FIVE (5) great local breweries pouring from their own tables. The select vendors are Triton Brewery, Scarlet Lane Brewing, New Boswell Brewing, Outliers Brewing and Brugge Brasserie!

Now, this is a Beer Garden to put on the calendar, n’est-ce pas?

Both Elite Beverage and the local breweries will be providing the friendly staff to pour the wine and tap the following beer options:

Scarlet Lane Brewing Co.

                  • Vivian Red IPA
                  • Lenore Pale Ale
                  • Lord Henry Summer Ale

Triton Brewing

                  • Beer Hammock Shandy
                  • Sly Boogie IPA


New Boswell Brewing

                  • Biere de Garde


Outliers Brewing

                  • Buffalo Jacket IPA

Brugge Brasserie

                  • White

Cider

Adrian Orchards 

                  • Mallow Run Hard Cider

 

 

Each cup $6. All patrons of the beer garden area must by 21 years of age. ID will be required. Credit cards accepted for beverage tickets.