York and Lancaster counties are home to many local wineries. Visitors can sample wines and take tours by visiting the wineries listed here.
3475 Sechrist Road
Brogue, PA 17309
Allegro Vineyards has been making wines for three decades in
southern York County.
Directions: From Red Lion, 7 miles south on Route 74, right on Muddy Creek Forks Road, south 2 miles, left on Sechrist Road, 1/2 mile on the left.
Open: Jan – Dec; Fri – Sun 12pm – 5pm
Fox Ridge Vineyard & Winery
3528 East Market Street
York, PA 17402
Visitors can sample vintages with tastings in the wine
shop of this unique winery.
Directions: From York square, east on East Market Street to approximately 2 blocks beyond Mt. Zion Road, across from Maple Donuts. Right side of street.
Open: Jan – Dec; Mon – Fri. 10 am – 6 pm, Sat 10 am – 4 pm
Lancaster County Winery, Ltd.
799 Rawlinsville Road
Willow Street, PA 17584
Situated on 60 acres in southern Lancaster County, the winery offers a selection of white, pink and red wines.
Directions: 8 miles south of Lancaster, Route 272 South, right on Baumgardner Road 1 mile, left on Rawlinsville Road, 2 miles.
Open: Year-round; Mon – Sat 10am – 4pm, Sun 1pm – 4pm.
Moon Dancer Vineyards and Winery
1282 Klines Run Road
Wrightsville, PA 17368
Overlooking the Susquehanna River in Wrightsville. European style, dry wines and PA sweet wines are offered. Visitors can enjoy wines on the patio with
spectacular views of the river.
Directions: From east; Route 30 Wrightsville exit, turn left on Cool Creek Road, go 2 miles, turn left on Knights View Road, go 1 mile – 1st right onto Trinity Church Road. Go 1 mile, 2nd right onto Klines Run Road (old school house) go 500 feet to winery entrance.
Open: Year-round; Wed – Thur 12pm – 5pm, Fri 12pm – 9pm,
Sat and Sun 11am – 6pm
Mount Hope Estate and Winery
2775 Lebanon Road
Manheim, PA 17545
Offering wine grown from their own vineyard, winetasting
is provided free of charge.
Directions: Route 72 at PA Turnpike exit 266. South on Route 72 for 1/4 mile.
Open: 362 days a year. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s.
Mon – Sat 10am – 6pm, Sun 11am – 6pm
Naylor Wine Cellars & Vineyard
4069 Vineyard Road
Stewartstown, PA 17363
717-993-2431 or 800-292-3370
Take a tour of the vineyards where wines are grown, fermented, aged and bottled according to traditions dating as far back as the 1800s.
Directions: Exit 4 off I-83 through 851 East, 4 miles, then 24 North 2 miles, turn left onto Vineyard Road.
Open: Year-round; Mon – Sat 11am – 6pm, Sun 12pm – 5pm
140 Vintage Drive
Bainbridge, PA 17502
Experience wine sampling al fresco in warm months or among the tall tanks of wine during the cold weather months.
Directions: At Columbia exit off Route 30, take 441 North 8 miles, right on Wickersham Road, left on Stackstown Road, and left on Vintage Drive.
Open: Year-round, Mon – Sat 10am – 5pm, Sun 1pm – 4pm
Seven Valleys Vineyard & Winery
885 Georges Court
Glen Rock, PA 17327
The owners restored this centuries-old farmhouse and rebuilt the barn on its old foundation, which became the site for the winery.
Directions: Route 83, exit 1 Shrewsbury - travel west on Route 851 (Forest Avenue) to light at Main Street. Turn right, proceed 0.4 miles, turn left
on West Clearview Drive. Go 1.3 miles. Turn right on Gantz, bear left, and turn right on Georges Court.
Open: Seasonal hours are Fri – Sun 12pm –5pm
Twin Brook Winery
5697 Strasburg Road
Gap, PA 17527
19th century buildings are home to winemaking facilities and a
Directions: From Lancaster; Route 30 East to Route 41 South. Follow
Route 41 South 2 miles to Strasburg Road on left. Follow Strasburg Road
1 mile, winery on left.
Open: Year-round except major holidays. Mon – Sat 10am – 6pm,
Sun 12pm – 5pm
Nestled along the Conoy Creek in
the shadow of an 18th-century stone
mill, row upon row of trellised grapes
reveals Bainbridge’s Nissley Vineyards, Lancaster County’s oldest winery.
Founded in 1978 by the late J.
Richard Nissley, the vineyard is owned
and operated by three generations of
the family. Their collaborative efforts on 50 acres produce more than 25 wines using 13 types of grapes, including Native American, French hybrid, and vinifera varieties.
“We carefully tend to the grapes
when they’re on the vine, so we get
the best quality possible,” says Judith
Nissley, winery president. “But Mother
Nature has a lot to do with it, too.”
The fertile Lancaster Valley limestone soil, the Lancaster-York region’s slightly longer growing season, and hardy grape varieties have helped Nissley Vineyards garner its reputation for wine varieties ranging from very dry to sweet, as well as fruit wines such as cherry, black raspberry, and apple.
Built on an 18th-century farmstead, Nissley’s winery building is a former tobacco barn that becomes the centerpiece of the vineyard’s summer
lawn concert series in July and August. Winery tours and tastings are available year-round.
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