Events at Mass Ave Wine

Chair Massage- $1 a minute

Great news, we have chair massage! On the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month, we’ll have a chair massage available for $1 a minute, with a $5 glass of wine (or 10 percent off a bottle of wine). Seriously, we aren’t kidding.
Certified massage therapist Vanessa Walker will be here to help soothe away your stress.

Tarot Reading- $15 session

Of course, we still feature Wondrous Wednesdays, now with Erin Houchin with Collective Crown, on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month with a $15 tarot card reading, along with the $5 glass of wine.
Be sure to stop in!

Henna Tattoo- pricing varies

Come in on the 2nd Sunday of each month and get a henna tattoo by Joey Banchle. Can last up to 3 weeks! Come in from 3-5 and meet Joey!


July Dinner to Feature Beer

Our upcoming dinner at Mass Ave. Wine features beers from Taxman Brewing Company. Check out the menu:

Amuse Bouche

Berry-blue cheese crostini with Balance of Sour

First Course

Spinach salad with strawberries, pretzels and poppyseed dressing with Hop Audit Barbe Rouge

Second Course

Peach-rosemary chicken with basil and mozzarella with The CPA — Creamy Peach Ale

Third Course

Fig-glazed pork tenderloin with asparagus and Brussels sprouts with Moscatel-Barrel Deduction

Fourth Course

Bacon-caramel brownies with Qualified

Our monthly dinners are $40 per person plus tax and gratuity. Please call with credit card for tickets at 317-972-7966.


Sign Up for Our July Dinner

The next dinner at Mass Ave Wine is set for July 15. It’s a beer-themed dinner this time! As always, it’s $40 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Stop in or call 317-972-7966 to make a reservation.

Until then, take a look at a few photos from our June rainbow-themed dinner in honor of Pride month: red beans and rice arancini; orange chicken with broccoli slaw; yellowtail tuna with tri-color potatoes; stuffed green peppers Philly cheesesteak style; and blueberry chocolate pudding cake.


We’re Thinking Pink at Mass Ave Wine

It’s still chilly, we know. But we promise that the weather will soon warm up for real, and you’ll be able to enjoy a rosé on the porch or patio! So stop by Mass Ave Wine and pick up a few bottles of pink to toast the summertime season.

Our rosés are delightfully food friendly too, making them perfect for picnics and cook-outs. We’ve got a dozen different rosés — ask us about our favorites! 


Tix on Sale for Big Spring Wine Tasting

Call or stop by to make your reservation for our spring wine tasting Saturday, March 30. We’ll have two sessions: 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person and include samples of more than 40 wines from our vendors and complimentary hors d’oeuvres. You’ll get 10 percent off bottles we’re sampling, too. Call 317-972-7966 for tickets, then come find your springtime favorites and stock up!


New Wines for the New Year

Be sure to stop in at Mass Ave Wine to check out what’s new. We’re getting new wines in all the time, so come by and try something you’ve never had before (and pick up an old favorite as well). Don’t forget our weekly wine tasting. Join us on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. for our free tasting — we sample three wines each week. And we still have a great selection of sparkling wines too!


Halloween Candy & Wine Pairing

Stop by the wine shop from now through Halloween and try our candy and wine flight — three of our Walking Dead Wines paired with fun-size treats. 

The Walking Dead Chardonnay, aged for six months in French and American oak, goes well with the toasty caramel of a 100 Grand bar. The Blood Red Blend pairs with the creamy chocolate and nuts of a Baby Ruth. And the flavors of dark black fruit and notes of mocha and spice in the Cabernet Sauvignon are a great match for a Reece’s Peanut Butter Cup.

Download the Living Wine Labels augmented reality app and watch the labels on the Living Dead wines come to life!



An Octoberfest of Wine for this month’s dinner

October’s Dinner Menu

4 Wines 4 Courses

Octoberfest of Wines

This month’s dinner will be Oct. 15 at 6:30 p.m. — hope to see you there! Give us a call at 317-972-7966 to make a reservation.


Dr. Loosen Sparkling Riesling: stone fruit and floral notes

Smoked trout crostini with mascarpone and radish on rye toast

First Course

Maximum Grunhaus Pinot Blanc: spiced apple and mineral flavors

Gruyere Spaetzle with caramelized onions, apples and cheese

Second Course

Villa Wolf Pinot Noir: notes f black cherry, spice and smoke

Duck Jaegerschnitzel in a mushroom cream sauce

Third Course

Villa Wolf “Phaia” (Merlot, Cabernet, Cabernet Dorsa & Dunkelfelder): red fruits and silky tannins

Sausage/Wurst Medley with cabbage, potatoes and bacon


Leonard Kreush Dornfelder: ripe cherry and berry flavors

Black Forest cake with ganache, whipped cream and cherries


New Zealand Theme for September’s Dinner

Our September wine dinner is set for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 17, and it’s in honor of our friend and former colleague Luke Stephenson, who recently left Mass Ave Wine to work for a year at a New Zealand winery and vineyard!

Don’t forget to call the shop to make your reservation — it’s $40 per person plus tax and gratuity.

Check out our New Zealand-themed menu:


Paper Road “CPR” — Chardonnay, Pinot Gris & Riesling; flavors of lime, peach and pear

Baked NZ green-lipped mussels with sweet chili topping

First Course

Paddy Borthwick Sauvignon Blanc — bright refreshing citrus and a long, crisp finish

“Shades of Green” super foods salad with kiwi, cucumber, kale, edamame and pistachios

Second Course

Left Hand Pinot Noir — perfumed nose, rich, sharp raspberries and a beautiful, subtle sharp spice

Kumara Chowder with sweet potato, corn, coconut milk and thyme

Third Course

Mister Hawke’s Bay Syrah — bright berry, violet and pepper aromas with silky, smooth tannins

NZ lamb chops with mint sauce, peas, potatoes, rosemary, garlic and mint


Craggy Range Te Kahu Red Blend — Merlot, Cab, Cab Franc and Malbec; red and black fruit and hints of caramel

Chocolate Lamingtons — dark cocoa and coconut