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Huber's Orchard & Winery

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deni1661 wrote a review Nov 2020
23 contributions1 helpful vote
Excellent winery, farm market, and creamery. The wine tastings were $15 for 7 tastings, a little on the the expensive side but the beautiful setting made up for it. The wine was very good. We enjoyed a delicious cheese box that was a bargain at $10 with a generous amount of cheese, sausage, crackers and fruit. The cheese was some of the best I have ever had! We will definitely be visiting again!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Kate S. wrote a review Nov 2020
Depauw, Indiana9 contributions4 helpful votes
We did a distillery tour & wine tasting. This was an AMAZING experience! Unfortunately we were about 5 minutes late and the 2pm tour group had already left. We assumed we wouldn’t be able to do the tour and would have to reschedule. Christian Huber himself took us on a tour and tasting! He is amazing and so knowledgeable regarding distilling and the wine making process. He was knowledgeable regarding the components of the wine, flavor profiles and pairings. I learned so much and really enjoyed myself! You get to sample 8 wines during the tour, a balanced mix of dry and sweet wines so there is something for everyone. You also get a wine glass to take home and options to taste more wines that weren’t on the tour in the bar above the distillery. It was also very affordable for all that is included! We ended up buying two bottles of wine that we tasted on the tour. We then went up the road to Joe Hubers restaurant for dinner. Food was amazing!!! Prices are high BUT the portion sizes are huge and the food is delicious. They had all of their fall specials going, so I had a glass of the apple sangria. It was absolutely delicious! They did not sell it by the bottle but I would have bought a bottle if they did! We then went to the farmers market and ice cream shop. I had the sugar cookie ice cream. It was delicious and the texture was perfect! 1 scoop is huge and was plenty for desert! The shop also offers a large selection of cheese. The farmers market has a very very wide selection of products. From homemade pies, breads and cakes to candies and dip mixes, as well as pre-picked fruits and vegetables. You can self pick fruits and vegetables here as well. We bought several different types of candies as well as the cheddar grain bread and pumpkin roll. We spent about 3 hours here total. It was a really fun experience and I would definitely come back another day!!! Customer service was great and it was great meeting Christian Huber. I highly recommend spending a day here!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Suzanne S wrote a review Oct 2020
Louisville, Kentucky, United States9 contributions3 helpful votes
we go to get pumpkins every year. The lady behind the bar taking our food orders had her mask down under her chin. There is no social distancing. People everywhere and masks were minimal. Seems like you all are more worried about how much money you make. Rode out to the pumpkin patch cause we had the grandkids. Again, not many masks. No wonder Indiana has such a high covid rate. I am sure alot of it is coming from places like yours. I am sorry my daughter talked us in to going.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Codette E wrote a review Jul 2020
Amelia, Ohio77 contributions16 helpful votes
My husband and I visited on a Saturday and we had a great visit. We checked in at the desk when we arrived and our tour started right on time. We were in a group with two other couples so our group was small which was nice due to the whole COVID19 and social distancing. We were taken to the wine cellar below the main store where we were given a small wine glass and then visited three different rooms and each room had a variety of wines to choose from. We were offered a total of 6 samples throughout the tour. The farm market had some of the best corn I've seen and was so green. If we had a cooler with us and not such a long drive I would have gotten some things to take back home with us. The bakery part smelled so good but we didn't wander that direction. The grounds are beautiful and there were people in the fields doing the "pick your own" sunflowers. The farm market and ice cream store were both very busy as was the wine store/restaurant lines. The main store was a tad confusing to navigate when crowded especially if you didn't know where you were supposed to go. We got to the counter to pay for our wine and asked about buying drinks but that was a separate line and the cashier suggested we go into the cafe to order our drinks as it wasn't as busy so we did. The peach daiquiri was really good and my husband liked the bourbon slush. We also ordered a pitcher of blackberry Sangria to enjoy on the patio while we listened to the singer that was there. The patio was very crowded, there was plenty of shade though and the breeze was nice so it wasn't too hot. I noticed several people had brought lawn chairs or blankets to sit under the trees. We would like to go back and do the distillery tour another day as it's just a great place to hang out for the day and relax. They definitely have it all put together well and everything runs smoothly which is super nice.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Debra30238 wrote a review Jun 2020
Jonesboro, Georgia81 contributions13 helpful votes
Was a beautiful place to visit. We did the wine tasting but the employee seemed preoccupied and very inattentive. We did buy wine but after the tasting the patron then has to go downstairs and find the wines and then stand in line again to purchase. Would be nice to be able to get it after the tasting in the tasting room. Also the distance to walk from parking seems a little far especially for those with distance walking issues. And if carrying a case of wine.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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