The weather outside is frightful, but the Wine is so delightful!
(South Eastern Pennsylvania) Grab your scarf and mittens and join the Berks County Wine Trail for our Winter Warmer Wine Tasting Weekend, January 19 and 20, 2019 from noon until 5 PM both days. Leave winter at the doorstep of our cozy winery locations and enjoy featured wines together with samples of hot soups, sugary desserts, and other comfort-inspired delights, guaranteed to melt Winter’s chill.
Here’s a preview of what some of our wineries have in store:
Setter Ridge, Greenwich Township, is updating a family fireside favorite, serving warm, gooey Mini S’mores with Pinot Noir Marshmallows paired with their 2013 Richard J Vineyard Pinot Noir. Better yet! This wine will be 10% off during the event weekend!
Weathered, Lynn Township, Lehigh County, will offer hot apple toddy made with their delicious and fragrant Traminette, perfect for warming you from the inside on a cold Winter day.
At Ridgewood Winery, Cumru Township, you’ll enjoy the crisp green apple flavor of their award winning Olde Orchard wine in an updated classic cocktail warmed with Hot Butter Rum spice.
Visit Manatawny Creek Winery, Amity Township, for some warming mid-winter sunshine. Enjoy Soleil potato and leek soup paired with Soleil wine; sunshine in a glass thanks to the bright refreshing flavor of the Cayuga and Seyval Blanc grapes.
Stoudt’s Winery, Shartlesville, brings back a customer favorite from orchard country! Warmed Apple Spice Wine will be paired with a warm and delicious old-fashioned Apple Crisp.
Deerfoot Winery, Maidencreek Township, will help visitors ward off the winter cold with a hearty ham and bean soup paired with one of their extraordinary wines.
This is just a sampling! Don’t miss pairings at Calvarisi Winery, Bernville, Kog Hill, Morgantown, Long Trout Winery, West Brunswick Township, Schuylkill County, Stone Barn Cellars, Spring City, Chester County, and Stonekeep Meadery, Ruscombmanor Township as well!
Winter Warmers is a free sampling event; no reservations or tickets needed. Note, most wineries charge a tasting fee for their full wine list. Plan your self-guided tour and then snuggle up with friends while taking in the scenic Berks County area winter landscapes. Visit our website for a map and information about all 11 trail wineries, or send questions from our website contact page.
The Berks County Wine Trail has been an active group of wineries in the region for nearly two decades and prides itself in its wine making diversity. Join the many wine lovers and visitors to our region who’ve discovered these exceptional wines. Berks County Wine Trail member wineries are proud partners with the Pennsylvania Winery Association.
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Berks County Wine Trail