On the southernmost tip of Lake Michigan, just south of the largest sand dunes in the Midwest, lies a ridge formed thousands of years ago by glaciers as they crept south during the three great Ice Ages that 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.
A family tradition originating in 1927, Anderson’s Orchard has grown from a small roadside market to a beautiful 40 acre property including vineyard, ceremony garden, nature trails and beautiful private pond. In 1954, Bill Anderson expanded the family business to its present location with a goal of planting 1,000 apple trees each year until the highest ridge in Porter County abounded with apples. Now a new chapter in our history begins with the family from Aberdeen Manor in Valparaiso.