This Saturday, the Harrison County Fairgrounds will be hosting a wine and microbrew festival. Oh yes, it is once again time for Southern Indiana Uncorked.
Stop by the fairgrounds between 1 and 7pm, where eleven regional wineries, one cidery, and one brewery (New Albany Brewing Company) will be generously providing samples of their wares. Sip wine, cider, and beer while listening to live music by Amanda Lucas (1-3pm), Arnett Hollow (3-5pm), and Hambone (5-7pm) and perusing art by nine regional artists in the Art Pavilion.
Tickets are $10 and include admission to the festival, a souvenir tasting glass and 12 sampling tickets.
But wait, there's more! In addition to these traditional offerings, this year there is also an amateur wine and beer making showcase, where brewers will be on hand to talk shop and sell their wares. Ever consider getting into wine or beer making as a hobby? This is the place to be, then!
Advance tickets are available at Cellar on the Square - 110 N. Elm Street (where you can receive $1 off with a donation of a canned good (for Harrison County Community Services).
[Photo: Flickr/Fabrizio Monti]
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