The Poconos are located in northeastern
Pennsylvania and offer four seasons of fun and variety.
You might take a couple of days to visit the wineries
in the Poconos. You will be able to taste different wines
in the region – many of them award-winning.
The Lehigh Valley is located just east of the Bethlehem-Easton
area and offers a great wine trail – taste different
wines while touring the countryside. For extra fun, visit
on Harvest Weekend.
Start with Amore Vineyards in Bath. Their winery opened
in 2003 and they offer a wide range of varieties that
are certain to match your desire and taste.
Big Creek Vineyard is a family vineyard located in Kresgeville.
It is on the southern face of the Poconos in Big Creek
Valley. Their wines are unique and flavorful, helped out
by the decomposing glacial drift, slate and shale.
Blue Mountain Vineyards, located in New Tripoli, is a
bit different from the other wineries, in that its tasting
room is large and styled after California wineries –
it has open beams and windows. You can look through an
observation area to the tankroom below the tasting room.
You can sit out on the glassed-in deck and look at the
views of the Blue Mountains or look at them from the outdoor
Clover Hill Vineyards & Winery, located in Breinigsville,
Pennsylvania has been open for more than 20 years and
is family owned. It is one of the largest wineries, and
has recently opened a new tasting room.
The best time to visit any of the wineries in the Lehigh
Valley is during harvest time. There are many festivals
at the various wineries at this time.