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Wine walk returns to Corydon


December 11, 2013 | 10:36 AM

Downtown Corydon will be the site of a Winter Wine Walk on Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. Guests will be able to shop for gifts, taste wine and purchase wine by the bottle.

Tickets will be available Saturday for $15 at the Blaine H. Wiseman Visitors Center, located at 310 N. Elm St. in Corydon. (Advanced tickets are sold out.)

The price includes wine tastings, hors d'oeuvres and a map of the participating businesses. The first 500 guests will receive a souvenir wine glass. State law requires identification for participation.

Downtown businesses participating in the wine walk include Albin Jewelers, Arlston's Booksellers, the Artisan Center, Cellar on the Square, Collections of the Homeplace, Holiday Liquors, Indiana State Historical Site, The Kintner House, Lil' Rap, Little Texas Consignments, Old Magnolia Antiques, Old Town Store, Red, White & Blush, So Dear 2 My Heart, Viola's Gallery, Warren Printing and The White Cloud Window.

Free coffee for the designated driver will be available at the newly opened KentJava Bar located along Chestnut Street.

Participating Southern Indiana wineries include Best Vineyards Winery, Brown County Winery, Buck Creek Winery, Cedar Creek Winery, Ertel Cellars Winery, Huber's Orchard & Winery, Indian Creek Winery, Madison County Winery, Mystique Winery, Old 502 Winery, Pepper's Ridge Winery, River City Winery, Scout Mountain Winery, Turtle Run Winery and Winzerwald Winery.

Point Blank Brewing Co., Frederick's Café and Grill and Alberto's Italian restaurant, three locally owned and operated restaurants, will be open for dining during the wine walk.

The Winter Wine Walk is sponsored by Cellar on the Square, Point Blank Brewing Co. and Robert S. Mattingly, D.M.D.

Point Blank Brewing Co. owner/operator Nathan Blank said the goals for this event are to "increase foot traffic and merchant sales in the downtown Corydon historic shopping district during the holidays, help promote the local wineries and provide a relaxing holiday shopping experience for people this holiday season."

Proceeds from the Winter Wine Walk benefit Harrison County Community Services.

For more information, visit online at www.southernindianauncorked.com and click on the "Winter Wine Walk" link, call Blank at 968-5510 or contact the Harrison County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 738-2138 or its website, www.thisisindiana.org.

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