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This time of year is a perfect time to experience Pennsylvania’s wine trails. The Keystone State is known for its beautiful wine trails, with scenic views of the autumn colors and, of course, tasty wine.

So, where should you go this time of year to experience the best Pennsylvania’s wine trails? The crew at VisitPa.com has put together a comprehensive list of some of the finest wine trails in the state. “The state’s moderate climate and rolling terrain provides some of the best growing conditions on the East Coast as more than 300 wineries produce a delightful array of wine varieties,” they state in the article. “With approximately 14,000 acres of grapes, Pennsylvania ranks 5th nationally in the amount of grapes grown (including juice grapes). The state also ranks 7th in the production of wine and 7th in number of wineries, with many of these wineries part of 10 organized wine trails that wind throughout the state.”

Even if you aren’t a wine lover, experiencing a wine trail is a fun experience in the fall. Read on for a list of some of the finest wine trails in the Keystone State, via VistPa.com. They also suggest that to find more information about Pennsylvania wine, visit www.pennsylvaniawine.com. For the full list from VisitPa.com, go here. What’s your favorite area wine trail? Reach out to us on social media and let us know. Enjoy the beautiful fall weather and wine.

  • Brandywine Wine Trail

    “The vineyards are nestled in an unusual microclimate that exists in the narrow region between the great river basins of the Chesapeake and the Delaware River, with easy access to the cities of Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Baltimore,” says VisitPa.com.

    Brandywine Valley Wine Trail

    An association of producers united by a common terroir and distinct wines and ciders that reflect the characteristics of the Brandywine Valley.

  • Montgomery County Wine Trail

    “From jalapeno wine at Cardinal Hollow Winery to a dry Cabernet Franc Reserve at Crossings Vineyard, there’s plenty to enjoy. The trail intersects with the Bucks County Wine Trail, allowing wine lovers to indulge in even more of the Philadelphia region’s finest wines,” says VisitPa.com.

    Montgomery County Wine Trail (Pennsylvania)

    The trail features more than 30 varieties of wine, including Reserve Reds, French Hybrid Whites, 100% Fruit Wines (no added flavors), Meads (Honey Wines), ciders, dessert wines and also amazing Port wines.

  • Southwest Passage Wine Trail

    “With more than 350 awards collectively, the Laurel Highlands is focused on producing only the highest of quality and locally made wines. Popular tourist destinations like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and the stunning Nemacolin Resort are only a short drive away to make a long weekend memorable,” says VisitPa.com.

    Southwest Passage Wine Trail

    With more than 350 awards collectively, we are focused on producing only the highest of quality and locally made wines. With year round events, there is always something to do and a good reason for you to start visiting us now!

  • Lehigh Valley Wine Trail

    “The Lehigh Valley Wine Trail is home to eight family owned vineyards and wineries that have brought home the Governor’s Cup numerous times and won countless regional, state, national and international awards, including more than 50 for wines made from Chambourcin, its signature grape,” says VisitPa.com.

    Lehigh Valley Wineries | Wine Tasting & Lehigh Valley Wine Trail

    Explore Lehigh Valley wines by visiting the wineries on the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail, or stop in at one of the local 30 wineries in the region for a tasting.

  • Mason-Dixon Wine Trail

    “Nestled in the scenic heart of Pennsylvania’s Dutch Country Roads Region, the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail features more than 14 family-owned wineries in the York, Lancaster, Gettysburg and Harrisburg area. From some of the area’s best known vineyards to newly emerging vintners, each stop on the trail provides a unique experience sure to please any palate,” says VisitPa.com.

  • Lake Erie Wine Region

    “The Erie Wine Trail is approximately 53 miles long and runs amidst 30,000 acres of vineyards along Lake Erie in western New York and Pennsylvania in ‘America’s Grape Country.’ The well-drained, gravel-loam soils and the moderating effect of the lake on spring and fall temperatures combine to create the perfect growing environment for healthy vineyards and premium wines,” says VisitPa.com.

    Lake Erie Wine Country

    is 53 miles of unique wineries and gorgeous vineyard vistas nestled along the shoreline of Lake Erie. It's where you can relax and enjoy authentic, handcrafted wines (and even brews and spirits). With lots of varieties to taste and personality to experience, come sip, swirl and see Lake Erie Wine...

  • Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country

    “Boasting more than 200 handcrafted white, red and blush wines, the trail is sure to meet all travelers’ tastes, and is conveniently located just minutes away from Hershey, the Sweetest Place on Earth, and the state capital of Harrisburg,” says VisitPa.com.

    Home - Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country

    Your destination for handcrafted creations and sweet sensations! As you explore the Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country, you will enjoy breathtaking views from our 15 award-winning, family-owned wineries situated in the heart of Central Pennsylvania's beautiful rolling hills.

  • Visit Mercer County PA Wine Trail

    “The Mercer County PA Wine Trail travels along beautiful lakes and scenic countryside. Partners include Conneaut Cellars Winery & Distillery, Fractured Grape Wine Cellars, Knockin Knoggin Cidery and Winery, Nova Cellars Winery, Webb Winery, Wilhelm Winery,” says VisitPa.com.

    Wine, Brew, and Spirits | Visit Mercer County PA

    Explore Western PA Wines and Micro Brews Gather a group of your closest friends and travel the Wine & Brew Trail of Mercer County, PA. The trail offers a great experience for groups of all kinds: girls' night out, bachelor and bachelorette parties, family gatherings, vacationers, class reunions, retirement parties, and date nights.

  • Berks County Wine Trail

    “The beautiful rolling countryside of Berks County is home to eleven family-owned and award-winning wineries producing a range of wine styles from sparkling wine to dry table wines to sweet dessert wines,” says VisitPa.com.

    Berks County Wine Trail - Pennsylvania's diverse collection of unique wines

    Thank you to the Pennsylvania Winery Association for funding to support the Berks County Wine Trail.

  • Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail

    “Located in the heart of the beautiful Susquehanna and Juniata River Valleys Central, the local climate supports not only the growth of hardy native grapes and premium hybrids, but also more delicate varieties such as Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir,” says VisitPa.com.

    Home | SHWT

    Photograph by Matt Kowalski of Oak Hall Studios AWARD WINNING Choose from award winning wines Some of our award winning wines include ​including Pinot Noir, Riesling, Lemberger, Merlot, Traminette, Chambourcin, Grüner Veltliner, Chardonnay, Niagra and Vidal Blanc.

  • Bucks County Wine Trail

    “The gentle rolling hills, deep well-drained soils, and moderate climate combine to make Bucks County one of the premier grape-growing regions of the East Coast. Located throughout the Delaware Valley, the trail is home to eight unique wineries only minutes apart,” says VisitPa.com.

    Bucks County Wine Trail - Explore the family wineries of Bucks County

    Bucks County Wine Trail is gearing up to bring you some wine fun this Harvest Celebration weekend! Here is what...

  • Source

    This list is via VisitPa.com.

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