Stream Cliff Herb Farm & Winery » One of Indiana’s Oldest Farms

Alton Strupp | The Republic Steam Cliff Farm Winery employee Elaine Basham stocks wine items Thursday inside the shop. Basham has been working at Steam Cliff Farm since before the winery opened. "We've had people from Japan and London here visiting," Basham said. "We have all kinds of different people that come here."

Six Generations 

Owner: Betty Manning—Great grand-daughter of original owner

Established: Herb Farm: 1820’s, Winery: 2006

Products: Specializing in nearly 20 varieties of wines.

Future Plans: Include turning a small barn into a wedding chapel able to seat 50 people


Stream Cliff has been in the same family for six generations. The 1820s farmhouse still stands as the family residence today. The farm includes a winery, arts and craft shops, a general store and tea room. Open April-December, and by appointment January-March, this top destination features lush gardens in summer, and wine-tasting by the fireplace in winter. See where Confederate General John Morgan stormed through in his Civil War raid through Indiana.

Alton Strupp | The Republic Country accents,, wood decor and foilage galore are the visual staples of the Steam Cliff Farm Winery.

Stream Cliff Herb Farm & Winery
8225 S. County Road 90 W. Commiskey, IN 47227