southernmost tip of Lake Michigan, just south of the largest sand dunes in
the Midwest, lies a ridge formed thousands of years ago by the glaciers as
they crept south during the three great Ice Ages that covered the midwestern
area and created the Great Lakes. This ridge is called the Valparaiso
Moraine. It is the highest point in northwest Indiana, and home to one of
Indiana's best kept secrets, Anderson's Vineyard and Winery.
In 1993 the
Orchard and Marketing operation was taken over by David Lundstrom and
family. The vision that the Lundstrom family had was to take the history of
fruit production and couple to it a value added operation and in 1994 the
first Estate Winery in Indiana north of Indianapolis was established.
Anderson's Winery specializes in light fruity wines produced from fruit and
grapes grown in the Midwest area. Today the
orchard has been replaced by Vineyards and in 2003 our first Estate Bottled
wines were released.
Anderson's continues its commitment to expansion and giving the customer a
truly unique country wine experience. You'll love our bakery, fudge factory,
and gift shop Our candles, steins, glassware. local handmade crafts, and
homemade jams and jellies are just a few of the treasures you will find on
your visit with us. We are also home to the largest selection of beer and
wine making suppliers in the Chicago land area. In the spring visit our
Andersonís Awarding Winning
Wines - 2014