Smith's Winery

812-375-1463 P.O.Box 2634
Columbus, IN 47202-2634
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We specialize in home and special events wine tastings and caters to fit anyone's busy schedules. Smith's Winery offers various wines from around the world, from Sauvignon Blanc to Cabernet Sauvignon. So let us pamper your palates with our delectable varieties of semi-sweet, semi-dry style wines in the comfort of your homes. If your friends live elsewhere we're set-up to ship our wines to them. Please check our other pages for wines that we carry and that you would like to try at your tasting or just to purchase without having a tasting. I know you'll enjoy them no matter what, so "Taste Something a Little Different". "What makes us unique? It is the fact that our specialty wines are in limited quantities due to the availability of the juices obtained from the vineyards worldwide. For example, there may be 6-8 cases of a Sauvignon Blanc from California in stock for a couple of months or just a few days. Therefore, to assure your enjoyment and satisfaction of our wines, please check this website frequently Read more »

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Carmenère

    History of the grape: Carmenère was once widely planted in Bordeaux’s Medoc for its deep color and unique gaminess. I...

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  • Hey everyone!I am heading to Foster City in late October or early November for work, I'm asking to extend my return ticket from friday to sunday, and only have a little time to play.  I want to be able to go to wineries, do a public and guided tour, and just be able to enjoy myself for the litte time that I get to myself there. I will be most li... Read More

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  • Brought to us by the folks over at Virginia Wine Events, where you can visit for a full listing.Blackberry Harvest Festival - 08/07/2010Concert in the Vineyard Series #4 At San Soucy Vineyards - 08/07/2010Country Summer Brunch 'RSVP' at Prince Michel Winery - 08/08/2010Enjoy the Musical Vibe of 'Take Four' - 08/07/2010Friday Movie Night at Phili... Read More

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  • *If you have zero interest in reading about a Brooklyn Wine Shop then feel free to dismiss the thread. I figured that there would be enough NYers and/or transients on the board to make this a worthwhile post.I’m the last guy to champion my local retailers. Why, you ask? Because they stink…well, that’s not fair- they’re dirty and unimaginative an... Read More

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  • Hi, I am looking to buy birth year bottles for my girls (born in '95 and '97).  Which region and varietal can hold up for 21 years before popping the cork?  I'm guessing French wines will be the most common response, but my knowledge to this region is pretty limited (primarily drink CA, WA, and Italian wines).  Also not looking to break the bank... Read More

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  • Hey all. I'm a wine reviewer, and I just launched an article on some pretty great Rhone blends from Calcareous Vineyards, out of Paso Robles. Plus, I'm going to be attending a Rhone Rangers tasting in a couple of days, so I've got the region on my mind. What are some of your favorite Rhone grapes, regions (New or Old World), and producers? This ... Read More

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  • Hey everyone, what's the buzz in the US right now about buying Bordeaux 2009 En Primeur?I have never known a vintage to be so 'talked-up' by the press.  Investors are hanging on to Parker's index fingers waiting with drooling tongues and wagging tails for it to spout forth its Midas touch.  This is THE vintage of the last 100 years folks.  Broke... Read More

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  • Ok folks! Sometimes topics are too serious on snooth. Not that I don't appreciate the profesionnalism of snooth but sometimes I like to play, don't you. Here's this weekend challenge. What is the name of this winery? And what is somewhat special their that you don't find anywhere else?Bonsoir à tous,Je trouve que les sujets discutés sont parfois... Read More

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  • I was messing around on Domaine547, somehow stumbled onto Snooth, and dove right in. Long time beer/cocktail drinker, but wine manages to slip in now and then. Just wanted to say hi to everyone, but instead of the usual "hi I'm new/welcome newbie" thread, I thought any repliers should also toss in their favorite red wine, and maybe a little tidb... Read More

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  • I have decided to learn about wines specifically because I was tired of going to restaurants and just picking "whatever everyone else picked". My brother, who had been a bartender for over 15 years told me to figure out what grape I liked and then sent me a video y John Cleese called "Wine for the Confused". :) After watching that video, I le... Read More

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  • I recently visited two wineries on a trip through Kentucky and into Indiana. Over the weekend my wife and I stayed at a nice B and B in the Ohio River Valley in Southern Indiana. We stayed at the Leavenworth Inn which is on a bluff overlooking a horseshoe bend in the Ohio River. This is a very nicely restored Inn originally built in the 1850'... Read More

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