Switzerland County Indiana has a long wine making history being home to America’s first successful commercial winery.  The Ridge Winery began operation in 1990 restoring that wine making heritage.

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Tom and Jane Demaree  

The Ridge Winery – Owners and Winemaker. 

In 1990 Tom Demaree decided to turn his passion into a winery business producing wines at the Demaree Family Farm for The Ridge Winery Inc.  With the assistance of his wife Jane Demaree, family and friends, Tom saw his vision become a reality.  Using his talent, Tom has created many wines and currently has 18 varieties of wine to enjoy.  The wines produced at The Ridge Winery are known in this region for their unique blends using select fruits and grapes.  Great detail is put into each vintage providing consistent flavor, sweetness and pleasure to the palate.  

 

The Ridge Winery www.theridgewinery.com has over 20 Retail Outlets in Indiana. 

If your favorite wine is not at each location please contact us.  For multi case orders contact our production area for a pickup appointment.  No wine tasting or winery tours are available at this time.  Visits to the Winery are by appointment only.

 

The Ridge Winery has received numerous awards from Indy International Wine Competition which is the largest scientifically organized and independent wine competition in the United States.  Please go to our Wine List to see medals awarded to our wines.  

 

We now have a limited supply of barrel aged wine; using only select Kentucky Bourbon barrels to age our wines.  Barrel Aged Blackberry and Dam View Red, a grape blend are currently two popular barrel aged wines.

The Ridge Winery is a participant in the Indy International Wine Competition, the largest scientifically organized and independent wine competition in the United States.  We are proud of our selection of Award Winning Wines!

We now have a limited supply of barrel aged wine; using only Select Kentucky Bourbon Barrels to age our wines.  Dam View Red, a grape blend and Barrel Aged Blackberry are currently two popular barrel aged wines. 

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