Two-EE’s Winery’s Traminette, was awarded “Indiana
Traminette of the Year” at the 2016 Indy International Wine Competition, held August 3-4. With
more than 2,000 entries from 11 countries and 40 U.S. states, the Indy International Wine
Competition the country’s largest independent wine contest. It’s a special wine for Eric and
Emily Harris, owners of Two-EE’s. “Traminette is Indiana’s state grape; we’re proud to have
taken this Hoosier-grown varietal and turned it into something unique,” says Eric. “To be
recognized and awarded by our peers reaffirms our belief that Indiana wineries have just as much
to offer as those from Napa Valley and New York, and even those from Europe, South America
Two-EE’s was also chosen Best in Class for their Norton; Double Gold for their Cabernet
Sauvignon, Tannat and regional favorite, Plonqe’. Other Two-EE’s wines taking home awards
are Pear, Diamond, Gruner Veltliner, White Sangria, Plum, Barreja, Blackberry, and Catawba.
Collectively, these wines represent the majority Two-EE’s best-selling offerings.
Two-EE’s Winery is just a short ten-minute drive from exit 302 off I-69 toward Roanoke.
Opened in May 2013, the winery is owned by Eric and Emily Harris. For more information,
please contact Eric or Emily Harris at 260.672.2000 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit
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