State of the Un-Commonwealth: Pennsylvania’s Struggle To Produce Quality Fine Wine

It’s a warm August day in the hills of Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, a stretch of land that forms one of the most productive non-irrigated farming areas in all of the United States. In the tank room of Jan Waltz’s winery, the better part of a dozen winemakers from across the state have gathered together for a relatively rare event for Pennsylvania wine producers: tasting their recent releases together and comparing notes. Among the ultra-modern equipment adorning Waltz’s property, Penns Woods owner and winemaker Gino Razzi is holding court.
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Published: July 1, 2013

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