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Regenerative agriculture is the key to reversing the negative impact modern agriculture has had on our food's nutrient density.

Several Apples A Day, Keeps The Doctor Away

Regenerative agriculture can reverse the negative impacts modern agriculture has had on our planet and our foods nutritional density.

Freshly squeezed lemons and limes with agave nectar and sparkling water make a delicious sparkling margarita mocktail!

Sparkling Margarita Mocktail for Dry January

Taco Tuesday will never be the same. This alcohol-free whole food margarita gets 5 delicious stars!

Mimosa mocktail recipe for Dry January with orange juice, sparkling water, fresh fruit.

Mimosa Mocktail Recipe for Dry January

If you've drifted from moderation during the holidays, Dry January offers an opportunity to get back on track. We experiment to find the perfect alcohol & added sugar free mimosa recipe.

Laser etcher at the library in Fishers, Indiana

Fun with Lasers at Ignite Studio

Ignite Studio provides a playground for entrepreneurs, makers, crafters, and anyone looking to express their creativity.

Kids making banana bread with wine flour

Reuse: Wine Flour Banana Bread

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. A Saturday morning exploration with Wine Flour in banana bread.

Great lakes sustainable wine alliance graphic, North America sustainable

The Great Lakes Sustainable Wine Alliance

Sustainability is vital to our mission. To help us move forward in this area we've joined the Great Lakes Sustainable Wine Alliance.

Purdue University along with horticulture lecture photos

BoilerUp! Regenerative Ag in the Vineyard

The Rejoicing Vine owner Brent Kumfer talks with upper level horticulture class at Purdue about practicing regenerative agriculture in the vineyard.

Indianapolis Business Journal graphic with design drawings for 8440 W 82nd St

IBJ Article - "Rejoicing Vine winery plans 2023 opening in Traders Point"

Dave Lindquist at the Indianapolis Business Journal did a great piece on us, check it out!

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