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Pennsylvania is home to more than 200 wineries and 14 trails that make for wonderful weekend getaways and road trips across the state. With its diverse terrain, you will find the Pennsylvania is perfectly suited for producing a many different wine types. The Keystone State features a variety of regions, meaning each area of the state offers a unique experience and something unique for the wine lover.
Check out the oldest operating winery in Gettysburg when you tour Adams County Winery. Here you will find wide selection of wines being produced, including the world-famous "Tears of Gettysburg" and 'Rebel Red' wines. Bring a picnic or purchase picnic food here and eat in the serene farm setting, enjoy samples in the tasting room, or get crafty and make your own wine bottle labels.
Situated along the banks of the Delaware River in historic Bucks County, Sand Castle Winery is a leading purveyor in Pennsylvania of world-class wines. All of the wines from this vineyard are produced from 100% vinifera grapes, arguably the best type of grape for making wine. Spend the day with a guided tour of the winery, vineyard, and wine cellar, then visit the Castle’s tasting room for free wine samples.
Set on the Susquehanna River, Bee Kind Winery is located in central Pennsylvania in the city of Clearfield. Bee Kind is open Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sundays from noon to 5 p.m., and any other day by appointment.
Bee Kind Winery features unique blends like Steely Run Red, Bone Dry White, Pink Catawba, and Bee Berry Black. Browse through the gift shop for cheeses, syrups, and pottery, or enjoy farmers’ markets hosted by Bee Kind Winery.
The rolling hills of central Pennsylvania are not only beautiful, but fruitful too. The Nissley Vineyards & Winery Estate, located in Bainbridge, have grown grapes on their fifty acre vineyard for more than 30 years. The winery produces a variety of 30 quality wines, including Seyval Blanc, Vidal Blanc, Petite Blanc, Classical White, Petite Rose, Cabarnet Franc, Merlot, Apple, Country Cherry and Black Raspberry.
Enjoy a nice drive southeast from Middletown, for a fun afternoon winery tour, followed by wine samples. Whether you partake in a self-guided or guided tour, learning about the history of the winery is quite fun and educational. After a tour, stroll through the Winery Shop to browse the selection of award-winning wines, wine glasses and assorted accessories.
While traveling on Pennsylvania's Interstate 80, take a break near DuBois for a relaxing afternoon in Falls Creek in the beautiful western Pennsylvania countryside. This small town is home to the Laurel Mountain Vineyard. Partake in a tour of this family-operated winery to see how their award-winning wines are made – don't forget to taste the free wine sample.
Stroll through the gift shop to browse the selection of wine, hand-crafted items, clothing, wine baskets, and gourmet food. Take a few moments to view the exhibits of antique tools in the Antique Tool Museum. Those making wine at home, check out the wine making accessories available for purchase. Let the winery host your next private party, luncheon, or corporate event underneath the picnic pavilion.