Southern Indiana Living

SEP-OCT 2018

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Sept/Oct 2018 • 25 The special thing about Huber's is that many families revisit the orchard for milestones in their lives. "We have first dates and then they propose here and have their wedding here," Huber said. "It becomes a family tradition and we offer something for each stage of life." As far as goals for the future, Huber said they always work to keep improving everything. "We want to provide the best pos- sible experience and add more here and there to make it better," he said. "We're always trying new things and have to be able to try different stuff here and there." Families can participate in a variety of activities including grain trains, wagon rides, bicycles, slides, bouncies and play- grounds, and then stop at the restaurant or the ice cream shop for a treat. "It's a good family experience. You can hang out or learn where fruit comes from or have a fun family day," Huber said. "It's not just a farm — there's a lot families can do." Now that the five eighth-generation kids are living and playing on the farm, Huber is looking forward to the memories they will make. "They've learned to spot fruit trees compared to regular trees and can tell the difference between peach and apple trees," Huber said. "Now that may be be- cause they know where everything is on the farm, but they're definitely learning."• To make your own memories and check out what Huber's has to offer, visit huberwinery. com. Don't forget to check out the wine tasting area on the second floor of the winery, where you'll find different Indiana items for your household and closet. Pictured: e Winery is a popular destination. Huber's has over 65 acres of vineyards with many varieties, including Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Seyval Blanc, and many more.

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