Setter Ridge Vineyards is excited to celebrate the start of Girl Scout Cookie season with a fun Girl Scout Cookie & Wine Pairing on Saturday January 26th.
Kutztown, PA – Girl Scout Cookie Season is upon us and Setter Ridge Vineyards is excited to be pairing up with local Girl Scouts and host a structured Girl Scout Cookie Pairing on Saturday January 26, 2019. Participants will enjoy 4 delicious Girl Scout Cookies including the newest cookie – Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookie. Seating is limited for this event, so participants are encourage to purchase tickets in advance.
Tickets are available on Saturday January 26th every half hour starting at 1:00pm and continuing through 3pm. In addition to the pairing of four cookies each with a different wine, participants will also get to take home their Girl Scouts of Eastern PA wine glass. Tickets are $12 per person and can be purchased by contacting the winery at 610.683.8463 or ordering online through their website, www.SetterRidgeVineyards.com.
This year the pairing will include the following four cookies – Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip, Caramel de’Lites, Thanks A-Lot & Peanut Butter Patties. If your favorite wasn’t included in the pairing, all 9 varieties of Girl Scout Cookies will be onsite available to purchase, so people can grab their favorite cookie & favorite bottle of wine and enjoy a pairing at home.
If you can’t make it up on January 26th, Girl Scouts will be at Setter Ridge Vineyards throughout the next month selling their cookies on various weekends.
About Setter Ridge Vineyards
Setter Ridge Vineyards is a family owned and operated vineyard and winery located in the rolling hillsides of Greenwich Township. Operating as a commercial winery starting in 2003, the Blair family grows European style grapes and focuses on dry wines, specializing in Chardonnay & Pinot Noir. Setter Ridge Vineyards (previously Blair Vineyards) moved their tasting room and operations in June 2010 to a new state of the art building conveniently located miles off exit 40 on I-78 west of Allentown. A gravity flow winery was built to take advantage of the south facing slopes on their 35 acre property. With the tank and barrel rooms located 18 feet in the ground, the building maintains an average temperature of 50 degrees throughout the year without the use of energy. Currently 20 acres are planted with a variety of grapes, from Riesling & Chardonnay to Pinot Noir & Syrah, as well as several other varieties. The goal is to become strictly an Estate Grown Vineyard & Winery within the next few years with the addition of several acres of Petit Verdot and Cabernet Sauvignon. An outdoor tasting pavilion lets visitors enjoy a glass of wine outside surrounded by the vines with gorgeous views of the Blue Mountains and Berks County countryside.
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