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Avondale, Chester County

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The Wineries and Vineyards Trail of Greater Philadelphia

Sample the award-winning wines the Philadelphia region has to offer

Southeastern Pennsylvania is continuing to make major waves in the nation’s wine industry. The Commonwealth is the seventh-largest producer of wine in the country, and more than 150 wineries operate within its borders, marking more than a 500% increase over 30 years ago.

Plus, Philadelphia’s Towns are ideally suited for winemaking. The temperate climate, paired with gently rolling hills and large bodies of water, make for warmer soil that nurtures a long growing season. The soil itself is flecked with limestone and gravel — qualities that enhance the fertility of a wide range of grapes.

On this trail, you’ll visit some of the best award-winning wineries and vineyards the Greater Philadelphia area has to offer. Hope you’re thirsty.

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Borderland Vineyard

Kennett Square, Chester County

In 2006, Kurt Kalb began revitalizing the agricultural areas of the farm that his parents purchased in 1946. In 2008, he planted the first grapevines and has slowly expanded Borderland Vineyard with the help of family and friends. As Kalb waits for the vines to mature, he’s producing wines using grapes from nearby vineyards.
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Kreutz Creek Vineyards

West Chester, Chester County

This pet-friendly winery’s tasting room is open on weekends and features a concert series in spring and summer. The party lasts all year at Kreutz Creek’s tasting room in downtown West Chester, which plays host to live music every weekend. Wines are sourced primarily from French grapes and include a blended Bordeaux reserve and a Port.
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Flickerwood Wine Cellars

Kennett Square, Chester County

The definition of a family-built-and-operated winery, Flickerwood family members have had a hand in everything from building the wine cellar to designing the labels on the bottles. Offering 21 types of wine that concentrate on blends from Native American and French hybrid grapes, the winery, located in a beautiful country setting, is decorated with knotty pine walls, cathedral ceilings and a grape motif.
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Black Walnut Winery

Phoenixville, Chester County

Started by two couples who turned a hobby into a career by refurbishing a 200-year-old bank barn, Black Walnut Winery uses grapes from neighboring vineyards to produce 18 varietals and blends. A variety of events, including live music, take place throughout the year at the winery and its off-site tasting room in downtown Phoenixville.
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Stargazers Vineyards

Coatesville, Chester County

Boutique winery using solar power and natural farming techniques

South-facing slopes and soil composition give Stargazers Vineyards its own microclimate, and though the 25-year-old vines yield fewer grapes than younger plants, they make up for it in richer flavor. The winery was named for the stone where Mason and Dixon conducted their celestial surveys to establish the line that bears their name, which is just a short, one-mile stroll away.
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Galer Estate Vineyard

Kennett Square, Chester County

Located right behind Longwood Gardens, the Galer Estate Vineyard has received local praise and boatloads of awards for combining the best of “old world” and “new world” winemaking processes. Plus, there’s always something going on at the tasting room, including pop-up art shows every Thursday and live music every weekend.
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Boyd's Cardinal Hollow Winery

Lansdale, Montgomery County

Forget grapes: If you’re looking for wines that are just a little different, Boyd’s Cardinal Hollow Winery is the place. How different? Think pumpkin, mango and dandelion wines, as well as the winery’s award-winning (and not too hot) jalapeno wine.
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County Creek Vineyard and Winery

Telford, Montgomery County

Montgomery County’s Country Creek Winery is located in a beautiful, 19th-century stone dairy barn. The setting is lovely — a sunny southern slope in lush, leafy Montgomery County, with the slow waters of the Perkiomen Creek within view — and all the wine is produced and bottled on the premises.
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Unami Ridge Winery

Quakertown, Bucks County

The newest winery to join the Bucks County Wine Trail, Unami Ridge Winery opened its tasting room on Memorial Day weekend in 2010. It took owners Jim and Kathy Jenks just a few months to sell out of their two European-style whites, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and apple wine. The tasting room is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
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Peace Valley Winery

Chalfont, Bucks County

Wine enthusiasts looking for a do-it-yourself opportunity can pick their own grapes each harvest season at Peace Valley Winery, which overlooks Peace Valley Park. More than 10 acres of land are stocked with grapes, as well as pick-your-own apples, eggplant, melons, berries and other farm-fresh produce. After spending a few hours in the fields, visitors can sample from the winery’s bottled wines, produced primarily from grapes grown on site.
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Sand Castle Winery

Erwinna, Bucks County

Old World winemaking meets New World techniques

Modeled after the Bratislava Castle in the owners' native Czechoslovakia, Sand Castle Winery produces wines using Old World techniques. Oenophiles and new wine fans alike can sip and sample while experiencing the winery’s daily activities, or order wine and hors d’oeuvres from the winery’s kitchen and settle onto the terrace overlooking the picturesque vineyards in the Bucks County countryside.
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The New Hope Winery

New Hope, Bucks County

Visitors have been returning to The New Hope Winery for two decades now to soak in the many varieties of Pennsylvania vintages. Housed in an 18th-century barn, the winery offers light, fruity whites, versatile blush wines and sophisticated reds.
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Wycombe Vineyards

Furlong, Bucks County

Wycombe Vineyards is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for tastings of varieties like Pinot Grigio, Traminette, Chardonnay and the region’s only white Chambourcin. The elegant tasting room offers outdoor seating, inspiring visitors to relax in the open air as they sample the fruit of the earth. All wines are produced exclusively from grapes grown at the vineyard, which is situated on a farming estate that’s been in the family since 1925.
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Rushland Ridge Vineyard and Winery

Jamison, Bucks County

The Ullman family first started experimenting with wine making in 1968 when they planted their first vines. Due to their success, the family bought Rushland Ridge Vineyard and Winery in 1986 and started with just one acre of French-American hybrid and Native American white grapes. Today, the vineyards span four acres brimming with Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Chambourcin. Tastings are offered on Saturdays and Sundays.
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Rose Bank Winery

Newtown, Bucks County

Situated on a picturesque tract of land originally deeded by William Penn to his daughters, Rose Bank Winery captures the history of Bucks County with its 1719 manor house and 1835 stone barn that overlook lush pastures stocked with baby doll sheep. Visitors to the estate are encouraged to savor the winery’s red, white and award-winning American fruit wines.
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