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Visit our winery and tasting room in a quaint Indiana farmhouse, built in 1886. We make all of our wines at our facility. Wines range from dry to sweet, and red to white, so anyone is sure to find a favorite - many of our wines are international...more
Enjoyed a relaxing day out at Whyte Horse Winery. We had a tasting and then sat outside eith eine slushies and listened to live music. The customer service was awesome and our server was very knowledgeable. My only complaint is the tasting was a little...More
My friends and I were visiting Monticello over the weekend and we stopped at Whyte Horse Winery and boy are we glad we did! Great wine, awesome memories made, and so worth it. Thanks Whyte Horse Winery girls for serving out part of 9, and...More
We spend quite a bit of time here with friends. During the summer they have some great live music. Many events throughout the year are worthwhile for locals and folks living in the region (we are 40 minutes drive). Good wine selection and great people...More
My husband and I stopped in on our drive through Indiana. We are experienced wine tasters and were put off by the experience there. Our server did not like it when I asked him to not swirl my wine. Yes, I know it needs to...More
Venue itself is nice. Service was poor; wanted to cater to my husband (who is NOT a wine drinker), most of his pours were larger than mine. Wine is mediocre. Many superior wineries in Indiana, try somewhere else.
New owners. This place is a nice asset to the community.
On Friday nights they have a catered meal and music and it's great.
Relaxing atmosphere, good food and good time with friends.
Now the other days of the week the are open for wine...More
My husband and I were passing through on our way home to Ohio. We love wineries and decided to stop and try Whyte Horse. What a beautiful place. When you pull up, there is a large front porch, complete with rocking chairs. We stepped inside...More
We always stop when we're in Indiana. Not the usual varieties. The Chambourcin makes wonderful Sangria, the Riesling is dry not sweet. The new Dolce Red and Dolce Rosa are very good too. Sadly the Seyval Blanc sold out.