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SAFETY FIRST: Planning a visit?

 What to know before you go »

What to Expect When You Visit: Fall 2020

Oliver Winery in the fall season

Our number one priority is the safety of our guests and employees. Per Monroe County guidelines, capacity in our spaces is limited. And, we are not currently offering guided wine tastings at our bars.

Make sure to plan ahead. Pro tip: Weekdays are the best bet if you're making a last minute trip.

Here's what you need to know:

    All seated patio experiences are limited to parties of up to 4. On our hillside open seating grounds, groups up to 6 will be permitted. Large parties will be required to split up. For hillside seating, guests may bring folding chairs or blankets.

    Per county guidelines, our guests and employees are required to wear a face covering while inside our tasting room. This applies to shopping, restroom visits, etc. Masks are not required while enjoying outdoor spaces.

    We are required by legal ordinance to limit the number of people in each gathering space. You may encounter a wait to picnic, shop, or enjoy our patio if we are at maximum capacity.

    To keep our transactions contact-free, we ask that you pay with credit or debit card when you visit us to shop.

Oliver Winery Picnic Packages
Oliver Winery Reserved Flights


    We are not offering individual tastings. Instead, enjoy our new reserved tasting classes. Bookings are available up to two weeks in advance. Tables seat 4. Parties larger than 4 will be seated at separate tables. Make a reservation »

    Our most popular option, these packages sell out fast. Book a pre-packed picnic »

    First-come, first-served space is available while capacity allows. Patio groups are limited to 4. Hillside groups are limited to 6. Large parties will be required to split up. Party sizes include children.

    An assortment of meats, cheeses, and other snacks, as well as non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase on-site.

Oliver Winery Hillside Picnic Area


Just a reminder. We're taking special steps to keep guests and staff healthy.

  • We're conducting daily health checks with our employees.

  • Daily cleaning and sterilization is more frequent and even more vigilant than before.

  • Experiences are organized to allow for social distancing.

  • Hand sanitizer is readily available for guests.

  • Our employees will be wearing face masks and practicing social distancing for their safety and yours. To keep everyone safe, businesses open, and our community moving forward, our guests are also required to wear a face covering while inside our facility.

Oliver Winery employee wearing face mask

Moving Toward Togetherness: Reopening!

We've made some changes to our traditional experiences, and we will not be conducting guided wine tastings at our bars when we reopen.

Our number one priority is the safety of our guests and employees. In the current phase of Indiana's "Back on Track" plan, this is what you can expect.

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Oliver Winery presents the exclusive Colts Collection Rosé

Official Wine of the Indianapolis Colts

“We are proud to represent Indiana as a 100% employee-owned company that brings high-quality, innovative wines to the table," said Julie Adams, Oliver Winery president. "As we join forces with the Colts, we are excited to bring out the best of Indiana with this collection of wines and look forward to future collaborations.”

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