It takes a village, a strong village. As parents of young children, we understand the importance of strong relationships between spouses, family, friends, and community. Whether it's a date night, girls night, or family night our farm winery was designed to help strengthen your village.
We're the Kumfers. We had a dream of opening a business that merged our passions for gardening, wine, and helping others. The Rejoicing Vine is that dream come to life. We hope The RV is a blessing to your family!
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Our name captures the imagery of the future we strive to achieve with our farm and is inspired by Isaiah 55.
If we follow our God given calling taking His paths rather than our own, we will live in joy and peace. The vines will burst into song before us, and the life in the fields will clap their hands.
We are committed to serving our community. 10% of our profits are donated to our community.
Want to help more? Join our WTS Club to enhance our impact with the buy one give one program. Oh and you get discounts too!
We want you to join us in our mission to serve the community. The WTS (Wines that Serve) Club is our take on a wine club. When you join you commit to purchasing 3 bottles per quarter and we commit to boosting our 10% giving with the buy one give one donations.
When you join the WTS Club you're automatically enrolled in the buy one give one program. In this program, for every bottle of wine sold, we make sure 2.5lbs of fresh produce gets to central Indiana families in need.
Relationships are what life is all about and authenticity, honesty, and integrity are the foundation for which strong relationships are built. That is why authenticity is one of our core values.
We strive to lead by using our blessings to help build a better tomorrow for our community. Blessings in many forms and we strive to share ours putting impact above income.
It's difficult to create a better tomorrow by playing it safe. That is why we value bravely exploring better solutions to problems and don't shy away from challenges such as organic or regenerative viticulture.