What are your hours?
We are currently open Sunday through Thursday, noon to 9 PM, and Friday through Saturday, noon to 10:30 PM.
We are closed on New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. We close early on Christmas Eve.
Do I need reservations to visit?
While we do our best to accommodate walk-in visits, we strongly encourage making reservations to ensure you have a table on our patio for your visit. It is likely that the day and time you drop by as a walk-in will be fully booked – we hate to disappoint, so make your reservations!
There are two types of reservations available:
Wine Tasting Experience: Wine tasting is available for guests 21 and older, by reservation only, for up to 4 people at a time. Each guest will be served their tasting at a reserved table. Guests with reservations will select 6 wines from our current portfolio, and be guided through a relaxed tasting by a knowledgeable wine steward. At the conclusion of the wine tasting, you may remain at your table for the rest of the reservation period, and select wines by the glass and accouterment to share and enjoy together if you wish. Valid ID required. Wine tasting fees are nonrefundable. Two-EE’s Winery reserves the right to deny service to any individual, including but not limited to: guests without proper ID, who appear to be intoxicated, or who arrive more than 15 minutes after the start of the scheduled reservation.
Table Reservation: Table only – no wine tasting available with this reservation. Reservations are required for onsite consumption at Two-EE’s Winery. Reserve a patio table for your party of 2-4 people for 90 minutes. Larger groups will be split up. Parties must vacate their table at the end of the 90 min reservation period, even in the event of late arrival. Two-EE’s Winery is a 21+ venue. Two-EE’s Winery reserves the right to deny service to any individual, including but not limited to: guests without proper ID, who appear to be intoxicated, or who arrive more than 15 minutes after the start of the scheduled reservation.
On spring and summer weekends when the weather is nice, our lawn seating & outdoor bar are open (hours vary). When the lawn and outdoor bar are open, you are able to come and sit at one of our picnic tables or Adirondack chairs or bring your own chairs or blanket for the lawn. Lawn seating is uncovered and is first-come, first-served.
No reservation is necessary for carryout bottle purchases.
Are you still requiring masks?
Despite the relaxation of Indiana’s statewide mask mandate, we have chosen to continue requiring masks for our staff, and guests whenever they are not seated – without exception – until further notice. This will give our staff time to get fully vaccinated, should they wish to. Thank you for your understanding!
Can I sit on the lawn?
The Lawn & outdoor bar at Two-EE’s Winery is open on the weekends during certain hours, weather pending: Friday at 5 PM and Saturdays at 3 PM.
We encourage you to check our social media pages to verify if the lawn and outdoor bar will be open during your visit.
Here’s what you can expect when you visit The Lawn:
– Two-EE’s is a 21+ campus
– Lawn seating is uncovered. Dress for the weather!
– Lawn seating is available first-come, first-served. Please do not move our picnic tables or Adirondack chairs. You may bring your own chairs if you prefer.
– All guests seated on the lawn will visit our outdoor bar to purchase drinks and food. Wine tasting/samples are not available at the outdoor bar.
– Please wear your mask whenever not seated.
– Friendly, leashed dogs are welcome on the lawn.
– Smoking, smokeless tobacco use, and vaping are not permitted anywhere on the property except in our designated smoking area.
– Please leave outside food, beverages, and containers at home.
Can I bring kids?
The entire Two-EE’s Winery campus is open only to guests that are 21 years of age and over. Children (including infants and small children in strollers or carseats) are not permitted at Two-EE’s Winery at any time.
Do you serve food?
Yes we do! We serve a menu of items perfect for pairing with wine – like pizza, charcuterie boards, and more – every day of the week. Click here to view our current food menu.
Where can I find out about upcoming events?
Check out our social media for detailed information about upcoming events.
Can I bring my own food or beverages?
In compliance with FDA regulation and our GL policy, we do not allow outside food, beverages or containers of any kind on premise. This includes cake, coffee (Starbucks, etc.), sealed plastic water bottles, personal water bottles (Camelbak, Nalgene, etc), thermoses, tumblers, juice, milk, snack foods, coolers, etc. However, our food menu is built to pair beautifully with our wines. Ask any server for their recommendation.
Regardless of preference, allergy or dietary restrictions, guests are not permitted to bring any outside food, beverage or container onto winery property.
Can I bring balloons, tablecloths, flowers, or other decor?
We do not permit decorations of any kind in public spaces. We also do not permit bachelor/bachelorette parties to bring in straws, necklaces or other items depicting genitalia. Please do not arrive with food, gifts, and/or decorations with the intent of having a private party at the facility. If you are celebrating a special occasion, please contact Lauren to learn about booking a private event with us.
I don’t like wine – do you serve beer or liquor?
We have recently been permitted to serve beer for onsite consumption. We’re currently serving Upland Brewing Co’s Dragonfly IPA and Champagne Velvet. We also offer bottled water and a selection of sodas.
Are dogs allowed?
As of May 1, 2020, dogs are permitted on our lawn, as long as they are leashed the whole time and picked up after. Dogs are not permitted in the tasting room or on the patio. Dogs are also not permitted on fireworks nights. Service dogs are exempt from these policies, but also must be leashed. No other animals may be on winery property. If any dog’s behavior becomes nervous or aggressive, we may ask that they be removed from the property. Please do not leave pets in your vehicle.
I am bringing a group to the winery – can I make reservations?
We now offer specialized private tasting packages for groups. Contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org for booking information.
Do you accept bus tours?
Bus/trolley/organized transportation tours must make a private large group reservation to visit the winery. Please contact us directly to coordinate this reservation, at least 48 hours before your visit. Bus tours without previously arranged private large group reservations will not be accommodated.
I would like to rent the winery for a private event. Who do I talk to?
We would be thrilled to host your group for a corporate/business event, birthday party, bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, fundraiser, or more. Please fill out this private event form to receive more information. Please note: We have chosen as a venue not to host wedding ceremonies or receptions.
Do you currently have (X) wine?
Vintage wines are available until we sell out, so we encourage you to buy a case (or more!) of your favorite vintage wines before they’re gone. Click here to see our current wine portfolio.
Do you ship your wine?
We now ship our wines in Indiana and 40 other states via Vinoshipper. Stay tuned for more bottles in the store soon. Click here to purchase and ship wine.
Who do I contact about a donation?
We believe in giving back to the community and donate merchandise to a variety of local nonprofits in the region. We are not able to donate wine. Due to the volume of donation requests we receive, all donation requests must be made through our donation form.
Can I have your used wine bottles?
Sure! While we don’t hold bottles for individuals, you may stop in any day before we close and our staff would be happy to give you the empty bottles we have on hand!