LOCAL FOOD BLOOMINGTON

2001 - 2019

GRANDMA'S FOOD CLUB

FOOD BOOKS
Locally harvested apples


HART ROCK WELLNESS ARTS

Creative Happines Life Coach

CREATIVE WELLNESS ARTS

Joyful and contemplative play in the creative arts! Art availaible in the Flowing Colors Studio
112 North Walnut Street, #600
Bloomington, IN

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BROWN COUNTY POTTERY
Beth Mills
Antique Alley
Nashville, Indiana

Equity at the Table

EQUITY AT THE TABLE

Farmer House
Living History Museum
529 N College Ave.,
Bloomington, IN
Indiana Grown
Ichiyo One Leaf Dharma Arts and Supplies
Sourdough bread sponge - Local Food Bloomington, IN

Green Dove

Red Bud
 
WINERIES, DISTILLERIES & FERMENTABLES

 

LOCAL WINERIES LIST FOLLOWS OUR BREWING RESOURCES AND SPONSORS. THE BLOOMINGTON AREA IS VERY FORTURNATE TO HAVE A FEW LOCALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN WINERIES WITHIN THE COMMUNITY.
*CHECK YOUR LOCAL CALENDARS FOR WEEKLY TASTINGS OF WINE AND BEER!*

Winemaking or vinification is the production of wine, starting with the selection of the fruit, its fermentation into alcohol, and the bottling of the finished liquid. The history of wine-making stretches over millennia. The science of wine and winemaking is known as oenology. A winemaker may also be called a vintner. The growing of grapes is viticulture and there are many varieties of grapes.

Winemaking can be divided into two general categories: still wine production (without carbonation) and sparkling wine production (with carbonation — natural or injected). Red wine, white wine, and rosé are the other main categories. Although most wine is made from grapes, it may also be made from other plants, see fruit wine. Other similar light alcoholic drinks (as opposed to beer or spirits) include mead, made by fermenting honey and water, and kumis, made of fermented mare's milk. Wikipedia

Violet Wine beginnings! Violet Wine beginnings!

Grandma's MUSTARD Club's Weekly Organic Whole Wheat Bake - sourdoughFocaccia, pita; carrot cake, scones, biscuits, rolls, whole wheat pastry, fruit and savory tarts, curds, organic soups, sides, sprouts. Get on the waiting list.
LISTEN TO OLD BEER AND WINE TALES
Very soon you will be able to listen to readings of a few old beer and wine tales.

*Alehoof (wildcrafted)

Juniper

Basil

Lavender

Cacao Nibs

Lemongrass

Calendula

Mugwort

Cardamom

Mustard Seed Brown

Chamomile

Mustard Seed Yellow

Chickory Root

Nutmeg

Cinnamon Sticks Peppercorns Black ( pink and white available)

Clary Sage

Rose Hips

Coriander

Culinary Rose

Elderberry

Rosemary

Elderflower

Sage

Fennel

Salt Pink Himalyian

Ginger Star Anise

Ginger, Candied

Thyme

Hops

Turmeric

Hibiscus

Wormwood

Horehound

Yarrow

WEEKLY ORGANIC WHOLE GRAIN BAKE FOR
GRANDMA'S FOOD CLUB

 
 
Quilter's Comfort herbal teas, seasonings , craft beer jelly
WINE BARS
C3 Bar, 1505 S. Piazza Drive
 
Truffles Fine Cuisine and Wine Bar, 1131 South College Mall Road, (812) 320-1950
 

 

 
 
 
Home Brew Winemaking Glossary
Glossary of Wine Terms
Home Winemaking 101
Why An Antient Winemaking Technique is Making a Comeback
The Science of Winemaking Yeast
How to Make Wine at Home
Beginners Winemaking Forum
How to Make Wine
How to Make Herbal Wines
How to Make Herbal Homemade Wine and Mead
Home Winemaking for Dummies Cheat Sheet
The Beginners Guide to Home Brew Winemaking
Your First Wine From Fresh Grapes
Easy Handmade Wine Recipes
Winemakers Academy
One-Gallon Fruit Wine Recipes
How to Cook With Wine
Cooking With Wine Recipes
Six Secrets of Cooking With Wine
10 Can’t-Miss Country Wine Recipes
How Wine is Made: From Grapes to Glass
How is White Wine Made
Conversion Chart for Measures
Alcohol Substitution and Cooking Tips
Wine Lovers Page
 
GROWING GRAPES
Growing Grapes: Planting, Growing, Harvesting
Growing Table and Wine Grapes Organically
All About Growing Grapes
How to Grow Grapes in the Home Garden
Grapes: Fruit and Vegetable Connection - Purdue
Growing Grapes in the Home Garden - Cornell
Organic Grapes
Growing Grapes - Indiana Yard and Garden
Grape Varieties for Indiana
Starting a Vineyard
Growing Grapes in Indiana
Growing Grapes: The Complete Guide to Planting and Caring Grapes Successfully
 
 
 
IMAGING AND SHARING CRAFT BEER
Ben's Winemaking Adventures
Craft Wine
Home Winemakers Garden
Home Winemaking
Traditional Winemaking
Ben's Winemaking
Making of a Winemaker
Mead Viking
 
EVENTS, ORGANIZATIONS, DIRECTORIES
Vintage Indiana Wine Fest
Indiana Wineries
Midwest Winemakers Club
Indiana Winery and Vineyards Association
International Wine Guild
Indiana Wineries Guild
 Indiana Wine Grape Council
 
LOCAL FOOD SPONSORS
QUILTER'S COMFORTQuilter's Comfort herbal teas, seasonings , craft beer jelly

i love youi love you
IHHN
 

WINERIES

 
Best Vineyards Winery, 8373 Morgans Lane SE, Elizabeth, IN
Brown County Winery, 450 State Rd. 46 East,
Nashville, 812-988-6144
Butler Winery & Vineyards
6200 E. Robinson Rd., Bloomington
812-332-6660
Butler Winery & Vineyards
Corner of North College & 15th Street
Vineyard on Robinson Road,
812-339-7233
-Quilter's Comfort Wine and Beer Jelly
Cardinal Spirits, 922 S. Morton St. Bloomington, (812) 202-6789

Carousel Wineries, 8987 Stare Road 37
Bedford, 877-294-6348
Cedar Creek Winery - Martinsville
Chateau de Pique Winery and Brewery, 6361 N County Rd 760 E, Seymour
Chateau Thomas Winery, 225 Van Buren St. South, Nashville, 812-988-8500

Creek's Bend Winery, 7508 N Woodall Rd, Ellettsville,(812) 876-5800

French Lick Winery,
Huber Orchard Winery & Vineyards, 19816 Huber Rd, Borden, (812) 923-9463
Mallow Run Winery, 6964 Whiteland Rd, Bargersville, (317) 422-1556
Oddball Fermentables, 1211 S. Walnut St. Bloomington, (812) 302-6818

Oliver Winery, 8024 North HWY 37, 812-876-5800
Owen Valley Winery, 491 Timber Ridge Rd, Spencer, (812) 828-0883
Salt Creek Brewery, 26 North Honeysuckle Lane, Nashville, (812) 497-0254
 
Turtle Run Winery, 940 St. Peters Church Road, NE. Corydon
Winzerwald Winery,26300 North Indian Lake Rd, Bristow
 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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