Many Kentuckians are familiar with Huber’s as a destination. Just a short drive from Louisville, there’s a farm store, a u-pick farm, petting animals, a play ground, a restaurant, a gift shop, a cheese and ice cream shop, another restaurant, a winery and a wine shop. Families and couples find their way there seven days a week. It is a nice way to spend an afternoon.
We enjoy tasting the wine and the wine gift shop. They are the only winery locally that is also a distiller. They make brandies and grappa. Their gift shop on two levels at the winery has some of the most unusual wine gift items one will find. The farm store is a must stop for us. Their packaged soup mixes, the fresh produce, the jams and jellies, and the bakery items are worth a visit all on their own. Down the road, the family restaurant serves delicious food.
If you want a quiet visit, you will want to check ahead to see if they are having an event. We stopped by on Sunday and hoped for a relaxing visit, but it was u-pick apples and pumpkins. There were people everywhere. We ended up making a very short visit, just buying what we wanted and left.
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