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Blue Heron Winery

Blue Heron Winery Enjoy wine-tastings, music, foods and sign up for give-aways. Experience the View of the Ohio River and the Celtic Cross

Blue Heron Vineyard is located along the Ohio River in southern Indiana. Perry County is nearly equal distance between Evansville, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky.

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Address Web Social, Cannelton, IN, US, 47520 Email:
Phone: 812-547-7518 Web:
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  23 Degrees
Also an Estate-grown wine from our “Prime 23” Foch vineyard. This wine features a slightly sweeter start than the Prime 23 mentioned above and also features our Celtic Cross as the label. It’s title refers to the lean of the Celtic Cross rock- which is amazingly close to the lean of the axis of the earth…23 degrees…coincidence? We think not!
  On Deck Red
This red wine is made from local American grapes and has been sweetened to satisfy the palettes of so many of our local customers. We believe it has a balance that appeals to many. The wine is named “On Deck Red“ as it is best when sipped while relaxing on one of Blue Heron Winery‘s decks, perched high above the banks of the Ohio River.
  On Deck White
Also made from local American varietal grapes, this white wine is light and refreshing with the sweetness our customers desire. This wine if perfect for a summer afternoon “on our decks!”
  Prime 23
An Estate-grown and produced wine from our Marechal Foch vineyard we have affectionately and appropriately named “Prime 23” referring to the Celtic Cross carved for Blue Heron Vineyards by local artist Greg Harris. The sandstone cross was carved using multiples of the prime number 23, was built in 23 months and leans approximately 23 degrees. An image of the cross is featured prominently on the front label.
  Twin Towers Red
Cellared and Bottled by Blue Heron Vineyards, this red wine has plenty of tannin and is considered Medium Dry. The label on this wine features the image of the Indiana Cotton Mill in Cannelton, Indiana. The historic structure of native sandstone was built in 1849 and when built, was the largest industrial building west of the Alleghenies. It was Perry County’s first National Historic Landmark.


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