The old-world mystique and rich cultural heritage of Berks County is the perfect setting for this distinct and diverse wine trail.
Wine lovers can discover the art of winemaking at eleven wineries nestled in the rolling countryside along the Berks County Wine Trail.
Located in the beautiful countryside between Philadelphia and Lancaster, the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail has become a favorite destination for Philadelphians and wine lovers from throughout the region.
The trail, part of the broader PA Wine Land Southeast region, is home to seven charming wineries and some of the best scenery in the commonwealth.
Discover the proud heritage behind the wines expertly handcrafted by the family wineries of Bucks County Wine Trail.
Part of the broader PA Wine Land Southeast region, its scenic rolling hills, and moderate climate combine to make the area one of the premier grape-growing regions on the East Coast. The result is one of the best wine-tasting experiences in Pennsylvania.
Explore Hershey-Harrisburg Wine Country to enjoy breathtaking views from award-winning, family-owned wineries situated in the heart of Central Pennsylvania’s beautiful rolling hills.
These wineries offer a variety of handcrafted wines for the enjoyment of any palate and are surrounded by first-rate attractions of Harrisburg, Hershey, and Lancaster.
Lake Erie Wine Country
Lake Erie Wine Country boasts a long grape and wine heritage as the largest grape-growing region east of the Rockies.
Glacial ridges along the Lake Erie shore are the basis for ideal growing conditions. A drive through this area will transport you to a bygone era, with friendly people, quaint Victorian towns, and beautiful vineyard views.
The Lehigh Valley Wine Trail is located in an ideal grape-growing environment known as the Lehigh Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA).
The wines produced in the area have won countless national and international awards as a result.
It may be one of the state’s smallest wine trails, but the Montgomery County Wine Trail offers plenty of spectacular wine-tasting experiences.
The trail, part of the broader PA Wine Land Southeast region, intersects with the Bucks County Wine Trail, giving wine lovers even more tasting opportunities from which to choose.
Nestled throughout the beautiful Pocono Mountains are eight family-owned vineyards and wineries that make up the Pocono Wine Trail.
On this trail, wine lovers can explore the unique and original tastes the region offers among one of the most beautiful natural settings.
Southwest Passage Wine Trail
Each of the Southwest Passage Wine Trail‘s eight wineries, all located southeast of Pittsburgh, provides a unique experience of their own.
Along the way, explore the mountains and valleys of southwestern Pennsylvania and take a scenic side trip through the vacationer’s paradise known as the Laurel Highlands.
The Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail is home to sixteen wineries scattered throughout central Pennsylvania, just north of the state’s capital.
The location is a real find for wine lovers, as the region’s climate yields hardy native grapes, premium hybrids, and delicate Riesling, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir varieties.
Piedmont Wine Trail
When people call Maryland “The Land of Pleasant Living,” they’re talking about the Piedmont Plateau.
North of Baltimore and marked by the rolling hills of Maryland’s horse country, the rich soil and mix of aeration and sunshine make the Piedmont Plateau a wine-growing region to give Europe a run for their money.
Here you’ll find some of Maryland’s oldest and most established wineries, as well as cutting-edge meaderies, cideries, and distilleries.
Take advantage of the summer concert series and festivals along the Piedmont Wine Trail. Spend an afternoon horseback riding or whitewater kayaking, then toast your adventure with one of this trail’s fantastic wines.
• Basignani Winery
• Boordy Vineyards
• DeJon Vineyard
• Fiore Winery & Distillery
• Harford Vineyard
• Mount Felix Vineyard and Winery
• Royal Rabbit Vineyards
Patuxent Wine Trail
Meandering through Calvert and St. Mary’s Counties and surrounded by the waters of the Patuxent and Potomac Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay, the Patuxent Wine Trail is a tour through the birthplace of Maryland.
Experience the region’s rich, colonial history. See unique, world treasures like the Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay. And get out and enjoy Southern Maryland’s outdoor charms.
In just a short time, the wineries of the Patuxent Wine Trail have carved out a reputation for making some of the best wines on the Eastern Seaboard.
• Cove Point Winery
• Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery
• Running Hare Vineyard
• Solomons Island Winery
• Thanksgiving Farm