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Monday, October 26, 2009

Oliver Winery in the fall

Categories: Outdoors, Wine & Culinary

There is never a bad time to go to Oliver Winery but it is exceptionally beautiful in the fall.  One of the largest wineries in the Eastern United States, thousands of visitors annually flock to the winery for free tasting, winemaking tours, to stroll through their beautiful gardens and enjoy a picnic by their pond.  The winery is completely kid friendly and easy to get to just off of state road 37 about 5 miles north of Bloomington.  For more information - www.oliverwinery.com.

 

Mike McAfee

Mike McAfee

The Executive Director of Visit Bloomington, Mike blogs primarily about outdoor recreation and live music.

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