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Cellar Club | Spring 2024

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Take a walk on the drier side! Our crisp white and dry red wines are the perfect addition to spring and summer pleasures. Their deep, fresh flavor is an idyllic addition to bright afternoons and late summer nights. Enjoy this selection from our deep, robust Cabernet Sauvignon to our juicy, versatile Chambourcin Rosé.

Oliver Winery's delicious and tropical Creekbend III
Creekbend III 2022
This blend tastes like an ode to Creekbend. Barrel-fermented Vignoles and Vidal Blanc produce a wine with delicious tropical notes from growing grapes with full ripeness and flavor with precise cellar skills. Enjoy a sip of a summer evening with notes of fresh fruit, vanilla, and hints of oak for a unique flavor experience.
Oliver Winery's fresh and fruit-forward Chambourcin Rosé
Creekbend Chambourcin Rosé 2022
Juicy, fresh, and dry, this rosé style wine is a luscious addition to your summer sippers. This wine is a product of free run juice from our Chambourcin grapes (aka juice that requires no extra pressure on the grapes). Chambourcin is a very versatile varietal, and is also used in our dry red Chambourcin wine. We recommend it chilled, for a jammy summer treat. Add to a light summer lunch (think salads or charcuterie) and late afternoons by the pool.
Creekbend Chambourcin Rosé Cocktail with blackberries and ginger ale


  • 4 ½ oz. Creekbend Chambourcin Rosé
  • 4 ½ oz. Ginger ale
  • 1 oz. Oliver Berry Blend

Pour over ice, stir, and garnish with fresh or frozen blackberries.

Oliver Winery's smooth and approachable Shiraz
Shiraz 2022
The words we think of when we think of Shiraz? Lush. Approachable. Smooth. The thoughtful winemaking behind Shiraz gives us a dry red bursting with fresh fruit flavor, soft, smooth tannins, and a long, pleasing finish. Warm fermentation is key to bringing out the character of the varietal. Serve at room temperature for a wine to savor on laid back evenings at the grill, around the fire, or under the stars.
Oliver Winery's rich and mature Chambourcin
Chambourcin 2022
This deep, dry red is reminiscent of the rich flavors of summer berries, complemented by subtle tannins. We always want to preserve the flavor of our fruit, so our winemaking approach is minimal, and with final barrel aging producing the signature Chambourcin we know and love. Open a bottle for a sunset dinner with red meat & roasted vegetables. Finish off the meal with a slice of chocolate cake.

A note on tartrate crystals:

Tartrate crystals, or “wine diamonds” as we in the wine industry refer to them, are natural, tasteless and odorless crystals that sometimes form in wine during aging. These harmless crystals occur when tartaric acid and potassium bond together to form a “salt”. Both tartaric acid and potassium are natural components of wine, both originating in the grapes we use to make wine. As wines age, or when they are refrigerated, wine diamonds can form and eventually produce a sediment either in the bottom of the bottle or on the cork itself if stored upside-down. For many sommeliers, wine lovers and wine industry veterans, wine diamonds are a welcome sight, indicating minimal wine processing.

At Oliver Winery, we test our wines prior to bottling, and cold stabilize when testing shows that tartrates are likely to form. In some cases, even when testing indicates tartrate or cold stability, a wine has different plans and decides to form these precious crystals. Our 2022 Creekbend Chambourcin is one such wine. We included a complimentary wine filter, which you can use to remove the tartrates if you wish. While you will find crystals in the bottom of the bottle, or in the last glass you pour, we assure you the wine is happy and healthy, and tastes exactly as it should.


Rob Warren
Vice President of Winemaking

Oliver Winery's crisp and classic Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon Blanc 2022
What’s more summery than a crisp sip of chilled Sauvignon Blanc? Not much, if you ask us. Crafted with fruit from the San Bernabe Vineyard of Monterey, CA, our Sauvignon Blanc holds the classic flavors & aromas of citrus, melon, and gooseberry. These grapes lose acidity and aromatics in excessive heat, which makes the Monterey region ideal for their growing. We ferment entirely cool in stainless steel to highlight its fresh, crisp notes. The perfect midafternoon treat for sunny deck days. Pair with a relaxed read & a seafood dinner.
Oliver Winery's lush and vibrant Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon 2021
One of the classics. We create an approachable Cab with fruit sourced from Lodi & Paso Robles, California. Gentle handling & barrel aging are key elements in maintaining fruit-forward flavor, and bold, yet soft tannins. Enjoy now or let it age for up to ten years. Share a bottle with friends at a sunset dinner. Serve with bold flavors, such as red meats, or stuffed portabellas.

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Sweeter Side | Spring 2024

Here at Oliver, we take sweet wines seriously. Carefully crafted from the best ingredients, this club is full of delightful, sweet treats to enjoy as the weather warms up. Get adventurous with our bright, tropical Vignoles, tangy and citrusy Key Lime Pie, or a light and refreshing sneak-peak into new projects coming this summer.

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Creekbend Club | Spring 2024

Home-grown and hand-bottled, Creekbend Vineyard is where the best of Indiana wines come to life. These wines start out at our estate and are carefully crafted to capture the rich, bright flavors of the Indiana heartland to deliver to you. Enjoy our dry and ripe Creekbend III, a fresh and fruit-forward Chambourcin Rosé, or our decadent Tawny with dessert.

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Reserved Reds | Spring 2024

Slowly sipping on a delicious, balanced dry red is one of our favorite ways to welcome a new spring. Their deep, warm flavor is an idyllic addition to anyone's fun barbecue or relaxing evening by the poolside. Enjoy this selection of