Everyday Mom's Meals: Vintage Indiana {Indiana Family of Farmers}

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Vintage Indiana {Indiana Family of Farmers}

Once again, my good friends at Indiana Family of Farmers are happy to be sponsoring Indiana's largest wine festival offering locally crafted wine, Vintage Indiana!

Did you know Indiana has 69 wineries? Yes! They produce over 1.25 million gallons of wine each year, and attract over 2 million visitors! And at Vintage, nearly 30 Indiana wineries will be offering samples of over 300 varieties.
On June 1, 2013 (11am-7pm) in Military Park in downtown Indianapolis, Vintage Indiana will be a festival full of wine, food, and most of all fun!

Adults tickets are $22 in advance at Marsh Supermarkets or online at www.vintageindiana.com  $25 at gate.

Designated Driver tickets are $10 and include unlimited soft drinks and water.  No wine glass or wine samples allowed on this ticket. ( I love they do this!)

Kids ages 6-20 are $5.  Under 5 years old are free.

Concert Lineup:
12-2pm           Cari Ray
2:30-4:30        Jennie DeVoe
5:00-6:45        Josh Gracin, former US Marine and American Idol!  Favorite hits are “Nothin’ to Lose” and  “We Weren’t Crazy”

Indiana Wine Grape Council  @indianawinebabe     @indianawines
Indiana’s Family of Farmers @familyoffarmers
Marsh Supermarkets  @MarshGrocery        
Clark Appliance                     @ClarkAppliance
WFMS/WJJK             @WFMS   @ClassicHits1045
WISH/WNDY             @WISH_TV              
Indiana’s Turkey Farmers  (no twitter handle)
Indiana’s Dairy Farmers          @INDairy
NUVO                         @NUVO_net

Plus YOU have a chance to win tickets to attend Vintage Indiana! That's right, IFOF has given me 2 tickets to give away to one lucky EMM fan!!

To Enter: Simply leave a comment on this post telling me you would like to win! Be sure to include an email address so I can find you. 

Contest Ends Friday May 17, 2013

For more info, be sure to connect with Vintage Indiana and/or Indiana Family of Farmers through all of their social media outlets: 

Event Twitter Handle: @vintageindiana      
Event Hashtag: #VintageIN 
Event Website: www.vintageindiana.com     
IFOF Twitter Handle: @FamilyofFarmers

Disclaimer: I was compensated for this post, and received 2 sets of tickets, one for myself and one to giveaway. 


petrified treesap said...

I would love to go! (And winning free tickets would make it the best birthday peesent ever)

petrified treesap said...

Yikes! Forgot the email! Amber.wimmenauer@gmail.com

petrified treesap said...

I would love to go! (And winning free tickets would make it the best birthday peesent ever)

designHER Momma said...

I'm not super familiar with Indiana Wines, so I would love to win a pair of tickets!

Cassaleenie said...

I'm new to the Indy area, so I'd love to do something like this! I love enjoying a bottle of wine with family and friends over food and conversation. I've only tried Easley Winery (their Reggae Red is amazing!) and Harmony Winery in Fishers has a great apricot wine. These two are probably the best wine I've ever tasted (so far). I didn't even know Indy had an event like this! How cool! :o)

Cassaleenie said...

I'm new to the Indy area and would LOVE to do this! I've only been to Easley (their reggae red is to die for!) and Harmony Winery has an amazing apricot wine. These are probably the best wines I've ever had! And, buying a bottle won't break the bank- that's my kind of wine. ;) I'd love to learn about the other wineries and enjoy meeting other Indiana folk at this event. How exciting! :o)

Sarah Cass said...

I went to this last year and it was amazing. I would love to be able to go again. I know the first line I'll be heading to is Buck Creek Winery...they have the best sweet wine.

Terri said...

I would love to go because we were supposed to attend last year, and unfortunately I got sick! This sounds like such a fun event!

Anonymous said...

I am a big fan of Indiana wineries and trying new wines. I would love to win the tickets! Thanks. delaneyj28@yahoo.com

Unknown said...

I am so looking forwarding to the Vintage Indiana Festival. I did not know that Indiana has 69 winieries until I read your blog. Lol, winning tickets would be sweeter than red wine! My email is bitterbethblog@gmail.com.