Indiana’s wine industry now contributes more than $2.4 billion to the state’s economy. Indiana wine sales have grown by more than 15 percent each year. Since 1989, the number of Indiana wineries has increased from nine to nearly 100. Those wineries grow grapes on more than 600 acres, a 300 percent since 1991. Today, Indiana wine production exceeds 1 million gallons a year (5 million bottles) — up from 40,000 gallons a year when the Purdue Wine Grape Team began its efforts in 1991.*
Wineries in Indiana contribute more than $2.4 billion to the state’s economy. Purchase the marketing review of 80 craft wineries today to help understand this growing craft market.
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