Visited the farm during their annual Garden Festival in June. Set deep in historical Indiana the grounds and it's rustic buildings have a story to tell. Small outbuildings with tin roofs and at least one stone fireplace dot the property behind the main house built by hand from fire-baked bricks. Meandering gardens offer charming paths between the winery, general store, restaurant and greenhouse. A walk among the paths reveals fountains and benches for reflection, hidden brooks and fairies if you look closely. It's a lovely place to spend the day.
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