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The Wine Trails of Pennsylvania

A Moderate Climate and Rolling Terrains make for some of the best wine growing conditions in America. Pennsylvania produces over 1.6 million gallons of wine yearly; it is the country’s fifth largest grape producer, seventh in wine production as well as number of wineries.

Berks County Wine TrailThe Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail all 16 participating wineries enjoy a favorable climate for growing native and hybrid grapes, as well as more delicate grape varieties. These wineries also produce delicious fruit wines, including offerings infused with apple, blackberry, blueberry, cherry, cantaloupe, elderberry, peach, and rhubarb. The trail stretches from just north of Harrisburg to State College.

Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country is comprised of fifteen family-owned, award-winning wineries that produce over 250 handcrafted selections of whites, reds, and blushes.

The Mason-Dixon Wine Trail boasts a mix of 17 established vineyards and emerging vintners. Many tasting rooms are housed in rustic and historical properties, spanning from York County, into Maryland. Wineries offer festivals, concerts and events throughout the year.

Mason Dixon Wine TrailThe Pocono Wine Trail is comprised of seven family-owned vineyards and wineries as well as hiking, skiing, and snowboarding, specialty shops and spas.

The Lehigh Valley Wine Trail and its eight wineries and wines are made with Chambourcin, the Valley’s signature grape and the only grape grown by all member wineries. The red grape is so powerful in the Lehigh Valley that it covers a total of 40 acres and is crafted into approximately 150,000 bottles each year. Visit nearby Bethlehem for a stop in a rejuvenated city full of history, art, culture and Moravian Book Shop, the world’s oldest bookstore.

Eleven Wineries line the countryside landscape of greater Berks County. From sparkling and sweet dessert wines to dry table wines, the county’s fertile soil lends itself to a variety of styles.

The Brandywine Wine Trail Includes Six Wineries Located within a 50-mile Radius

pocon wine trailBucks County Wine Trail’s seven participating wineries are located just minutes apart in the Delaware Valley whereas the Montgomery County Wine Trail’s four wineries offer unique and satisfying experiences. In addition to traditional varieties, this trail offers wines you may never have tried before — like meads, ciders, and even veggie wines. You can also create your own custom wine. The trail also intersects with the Bucks County Wine Trail, so wine lovers can easily add seven additional stops to their journey.

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