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Vahling Vineyards Brenda and Dennis Vahling have bottled and marketed their wines since 1997. They use indigenous area grapes and have a great variety of flavors with 5 superior flavors. They opened to the public in 2002 and are located near Steward- son. Open year round. 217-682-5409, www.vahlingvineyards.com.


Twilight Distillery Specializing in distilled spirits from grapes & fruits. Has available Barrel Aged Brandy & a variety of Brandy Liqueurs. Distillery Phone (217) 682-3229 website www.twilightdistillery.com or on Facebook.


Niemerg Family Winery opened in 2007 by Don, Bill, and Dan. They offer a wide variety of wines with grapes imported throughout the U.S. including Illinois, Michigan & California. This reconditioned 100 year old building houses a tasting room. Phone 217-756-5521.


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Willow Ridge Vineyards & Winery is owned and operated by Dodie Bowers & Scott LaZear. Nestled in a rural setting, the Tuscan atmosphere invites you to enjoy a glass of wine, visit with friends by the fireplace or relax on the terrace. Wine can be purchased by the glass or bottle while you enjoy the complimentary wine tasting. Banquet and wine tasting rooms are available for events. The winery hosts events such as Ice Carving, entertainment, and Murder Mysteries. Located 8 miles northwest of Shelbyville. Open year round. Phone 217-738-2323; www.willowridgewinery.com


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