Thursday, June 13, 2024

Minority Business Highlight: Cultured Urban Winery

Cultured Urban Winery, a Black- and woman-owned winery in Anderson Indiana, got its start in May 2021.

Dr. Treva Bostic, owner and winemaker, started Cultured Urban Winery to “enrich and revitalize” her community through wine, food and friends.

The family-run business uses age-old winemaking traditions and techniques with updated technology as a way of blending tradition and innovation to ensure the highest quality wines. Their selection includes a variety of sweet, dry, semi-dry, rose, dessert and bubbly to choose from in addition to charcuterie, flat bread and lite fare menu.

Grapes are sourced from both local Indiana vineyards and renowned international regions, which go through a meticulous process to create “wines with exquisite flavors and perfect balance,” according to the website.

In addition to winemaking, Bostic wanted to make sure Cultured Urban Winery would bring life and vibrancy to the downtown area by hosting wine tastings, art exhibitions, live music and sponsoring live theater and cultural events. Each of these aims to help create “an immersive experience that celebrates the vibrancy of urban life.”

Cultured Urban Winery is located at 1013 Meridian St., Anderson, IN. For information about special events or the menu, visit culturedurbanwinery.com. To get in contact, call 765- 393-1011 or email info@culturedurbanwinery.com.

This minority business highlight was composed by CHLOE McGOWAN at the Indianapolis Recorder, who can be reached at 317-762-7848 or via email at chloegm@indyrecorder.com. If you would like your business highlighted in the Indianapolis Minority Business Magazine, click here!

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