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Lehigh Valley Wine Trail at Pennsylvania

Lehigh Valley Wine Trail

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Lehigh Valley Wine Trail in Pennsylvania

Home to eight award-winning vineyards and wineries, the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail is Pennsylvania's fastest growing wine region and continues to produce premium wines. Bringing home the Governor's Cup nine times of the past ten years; the region has won countless awards, including over 50 wines made from the regions signature grape – Chambourcin. With its scenic surroundings and charming Farmer's Market, the wine trail has become a top destination for tourists and locals from Philly and New York.


Hours -

Event hours - Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon - 5 p.m.
Winery hours - Vary per location

Prices -

Events - Free - except for Wine on the Mountain and March Madness.
Wine tastings - Vary per location

Events -

  • Harvest Weekend - The Butcher, The Baker and The Winemaker
  • Wine in Bloom
  • Wine on the Mountain
  • March Passport Program
  • Chambourcin Weekend
  • Nouveau Weekend

Activities -

  • Wine tastings
  • Food pairings
  • Live music
  • Wine making classes

Wine trail consist of 8 wineries along the Lehigh Valley Trail.

Home to eight wineries and family-owned vineyards, the Lehigh Valley Trail is the fastest growing wine region in Pennsylvania and winning top honors at many regional, state, national and international tastings. This scenic area is the ideal environment for producing grapes and attracts many wine lovers from Philadelphia to New York.

All events are free except for wine on the mountain and march madness.

Every year, the eight wineries that make up the Lehigh Valley wine trail come together to host six festive events and attract wine lovers from the Mid-Atlantic States. These events allow visitors to explore the trail and enjoy personal wine tastings at each winery. All of the events are free, with the exception of March Madness and Mountain at Penn’s Peak. Some wineries charge a nominal fee for wine tastings.


  • Where can I find out about different events happening around the area?

    The springtime brings out the crowds and kicks off the wine touring season. Harvesting of the grapes occurs in the early fall, and some wineries even host grape picking parties! For a complete list of wine education sessions, food and wine pairings, tastings and tours, go to http://www.lehighvalleywinetrail.com/events.php.
  • Are there other things to do around the area?

    Part of the intrigue of touring the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail is taking the time to visit the other exciting attractions in the area. Take a look at some of the fun things to do during your visit at http://www.lehighvalleywinetrail.com/trail_friends.php.

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