Winery Map - Pennsylvania's Best Wineries

The location of Pennsylvania wineries and vineyards ranges from inland mountainous areas (including the highest altitude vineyards east of the Rocky Mountains) to Chesapeake Bay-moderated valleys. The result is an amazingly wide array of wines. As with most emerging wine regions, there is also a wide range in quality levels. Fortunately for the Pennsylvania wine industry, the varietals earning the most recognition are Vitis vinifera varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Pinot Gris. Today's Winery Map of the Day lists the top Pennsylvania wineries that are leading the way in establishing Pennsylvania as a source of quality American wine. Our Pennsylvania winery reviews can help you narrow the list further by giving you the inside view of several of Pennsylvania's best wineries.

Click the image below to see the map of Pennsylvania wineries that produce Pennsylvania's best wines (bases on awards won at major wine competitions).


Published: June 19, 2013

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