WITT — Half Witt Winery marked its third year in business on Wednesday, Aug. 24. The business owners are inviting the local community to join in their upcoming celebratory events.
The winery is hosting an open house on Saturday, Aug. 27, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. There will also be live music provided by Bluemattic Blues Band from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., as well as Dave’s BBQ food truck from Edinburg.
Owners David and Gail Bradshaw of Witt established the business on Aug. 24, 2019, offering seven of their award-winning wines. To date, the winery has expanded to 16 wines and has won more than 30 medals in various
The Bradshaws, who will celebrate their 11th wedding anniversary, have a shared hobby of visiting different
wineries across the state.
The couple transformed their favorite pastime into a thriving business, providing community members a place to
gather and enjoy locally.
In addition to their large selection of wines, Half Witt Winery features live music nearly every weekend from
May to October, as well as food trucks for hungry customers. They also offer beer and Pepsi products for non-wine
The business received its moniker from David, who hails from Princeton, Ind. His bride, Gail, daughter of the late Dale and Lavonne Clayton, was born and raised in the Witt area on her parents’ dairy farm.
Half Witt Winery to hold Labor Day festivities
Also on their calendar is their Labor Day weekend festivities on Saturday, Sept. 3. The Bradshaws invites the
public to join in the fun as Lady Luck will perform live music from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. with Big Jake’s BBQ food truck.
On Sunday, Sept. 4, the Colin Helton Band will play from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Pauly’s BBQ food truck will be on hand.
Lawn chairs are recommended for all events.
Open every weekend year-round, Half Witt Winery is located at 240 Hirst Street in Witt.
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