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Huber's Orchard and Winery
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19816 Huber Rd Borden, IN 47106
19816 Huber RoadUSIndianaBorden47106
(812) 923-9813huberwinery.com
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"Great wine especially there apple spice and strawberry."
"We carried their expensive wine club membership since 2013."
"Fresh produce, pleasant staff and awesome baked goods."
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Troy Windhorst
2 months ago
The Huber's "campus" offers up an amazing assortment of things to do for the whole family. I can only review what I have experienced (below), but as a whole, the wonderful staff and beautiful property make this place a great place to spend an afternoon. Starlight Cafe: With the winery gift shop as its 'foyer,' this cafe is a great place to grab a bite to eat and relax for a while. The staff at the order counter is so funny.... just terrific! Wine Tasting: A wonderful, no-pressure experience. I haven't been to enough wine tastings to compare, but I can't imagine any experience being better than this one. The 'hosts' on my visit were knowledgeable, comfortable, and hilarious. Highly recommended. Farm & Market: A full assortment of perishable goods. Fun to browse. One doesn't have to question where anything was grown or packaged.
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RJ GJ
5 months ago
I visited the winery during the late fall season, recently. The grounds, despite being after harvest time, are gorgeous and vast. I tried a wine tasting, and all the wines, especially the dry reds, were wonderful. This was the only winery in Indiana that I was also able to find Lemberger (Blaufrankisch) wine, one of my favorite varietals I usually have a tough time finding. The service was wonderful and convenient when selecting and paying for wines. I will be returning, that's for sure.
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Zac Jenkins
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Food here is awesome! And I love the atmosphere of this place too
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Eric Shadowens Sr.
6 months ago
Great place to spend Thanksgiving with family. The food is very good and you go back as many times as you want. The best part no dishes to do.. Lol
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Casey Spears
9 months ago
We carried their expensive wine club membership since 2013. We paid to enter the program, and also paid full price for wine each quarter that they chose for us. No discounts on wine at all for having a membership. We cancelled due to financial reasons a few days ago, and then we received an offensive email. The email said that if we decided to reinstate our membership, they would charge us a $30 fee. Clearly they do not value their customers. Their area is filled with other winerys who all offer discounts on wines and also often allow you to select your wines each quarter. Once we received the email, it was such a put-off that we will no longer spend our money at their facility or at retail stores. The email was arrogant and made us feel like they don't want our business.
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Jeff Ruth
3 months ago
Really great place to visit. We did the wine tour and sampling at the bar. Great wines! Friendly staff. We'll be back!
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Ryan Westhoff
7 months ago
My wife and I have been comin here for 10yrs. The wines are ok. Nothing spectacular. Good music usually. Good food. It's always so friggin packed. This place has gotten so big that you have to wait in line for everything. EVERYTHING. Can't find a seat. They are out of this out of that. Prices keep going up and up every year for wine tastings and for all other products. The place just gives me the meeh feeling. In all this place has just gotten too big for itself. It took 30 minutes just to get some pumpkin doughnuts. Don't think we'll be coming back.
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Michelle Jones
8 months ago
Went to pick apples and play on the playground. As it turns out, it costs $5 per person just to get into the playground area so we decided to skip that. We took a wagon to get to the apples. The kids had a blast picking apples, but when we went back to our wagon, it was gone. It's about 90 degrees outside and humid, and we stood waiting for the wagon for about 5 minutes before we called to ask to be picked up. We were given excuses about how the man driving our wagon had to go to all the different kinds of plants all over, and they did send someone else to get us. When we got back, the man who was driving our first wagon was just hanging out in the shade in front of the store. When we went to pay for our apples, which were all picked from the same row, the cashier argued with us, accusing us of putting more expensive apples in with our red delicious. When we explained that we picked them all from the same row, she continued to argue with us and called over another employee, who confirmed that they were all red delicious. When the apples were rung up, they came to $28. We did not actually want $28 worth of apples, but were told that it's their policy that if you pick it, you buy it. The clerks were argumentative and rude. We left without buying our apples, and will find somewhere else to go apple picking next time.
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