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Bargersville - Mallow Run Winery

6964 West Whiteland Road

Memorial Day Weekend - First Weekend of October

Mallow Run is the product of years of hard work by John Richardson and his son, Bill, and Bill's wife, Laura. John grew up on the farm, moved away to teach school for 35 years, and then retired back on the farm with the intent of growing grapes to supply other Indiana wineries. Bill, who grew up dreaming of living on the farm, settled into the original Mallow/Richardson home after graduating from Purdue with a degree in Agriculture. Bill met Laura (Emerson) while playing in the Carmel Symphony and with a shared love for music, wine, and the farm, they married in 2005.

The first grapes were planted in 2000, with more to follow in subsequent years. The vineyards now cover 8 acres of the family's 600-acre farm. On the remainder, more than 50,000 bushels of corn and soybeans are still raised each year. With expanding vineyards taking root, an aging barn with great potential, and the desire to share our love of fine wines, the decision was quickly made to open our own winery right here on the farm.

On September 3rd, 2005, the dream was realized and the tasting room opened to the public.
Mallow Run is a stream whose waters wind their way through our family farm and flow past the winery on the way to the White River. Its namesake, George Mallow, settled this farm in 1835 and some time after built the barn where the tasting room is now located. Seven generations later, his family still lives on the farm and wishes to share their corner of the world with you!


Akshay Kadu

Saturday, March 31, 2018
No food :( . 6 free samples :) . Great selection of wine. Must try their rhubarb and blackberry wines. Nancy (our server) were patient and answered our questions in detail. We had a great time. It would be awesome if they open a kitchen with a limited menu.

Amber Galbreth

Sunday, March 4, 2018
Amazing wine. YOU GET 6 FREE SAMPLES!!!! It's amazing. Food was great. People were so incredibly nice. We learned about all the events they have in the summer. We can't wait to come back soon. Wine prices were super reasonable to.

Donna Johnson

Sunday, March 4, 2018
I love tasting there wines. It is a fun place to be on a warm summer evening or afternoon. The wines are great. I am a more of a semi sweet to sweet wine drinker. I love the picnic red and the picnic red blush. White wines are okay but depending on the brand. I love the live music there.

Marilyn Roberts

Friday, April 13, 2018
Staff is very friendly and selection is good..the patio is a great place for Meeting with friends or family..& music I hope the dance area outdoors for the summer concerts is Not the Black mulch Again..My family was blowing black out of our noses..this can't be healthy...:(

Susan Lallak

Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018
Attended for soup and music. Food was very good. Music was fine. It was very crowded, expect to share tables with people. One way it can improve is if it had televisions so you can see and enjoy the music whether you are upstairs or downstairs. We plan to do this again.

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