Everyone knows (or at least has a pretty good idea) what the city of Evansville has to offer. From restaurants to bars, to festivals and events, along with local shops, and public parks, you're sure to find something that fits your interests. But what about the rest of the Tri-State?

We know Evansville isn't the only city with something to offer in our area, but because it's the largest city, it gets the most attention. That's why we've decided to shine the spotlight on the other cities and towns with our weekly "Tour the Tri-State" series!

Every Friday at 7:00 a.m., we're selecting a different town in the Tri-State (outside of Evansville) and asking those residents to share with everyone the the best things to do in "their neck of the woods," as Al Roker would say, by calling into the show or commenting on our Facebook page. This week we take a look south of the Ohio River at Henderson (in case you didn't read the title).

Farmer and the Frenchman Winery

Farmer and the Frenchman Winery was suggested as a must-do on our Facebook page more than any other destination by residents. Located south of the city off Highway 41, the relatively new winery (they opened their doors in the Fall of 2015) has quickly become a favorite of wine aficionados in the Tri-State, as well as those who just want to enjoy a glass of wine in the quiet countryside of Henderson County.

Along with a wine list that includes reds, sweets, whites, and champagne, Farmer and the Frenchman also serves up a number of domestic and craft beers along with a variety of liquors and a food menu boasting made-from-scratch pizzas, pastas, and sandwiches.

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