Lehigh Valley AVA

An American Viticultural Area (AVA) is a federally designated wine grape-growing region in the United States. Established in 2008, the Lehigh Valley AVA covers 1.2 million acres across a 1,888 square mile area and six counties in eastern Pennsylvania.

Vitis vinifera and French-American hybrids such as Chambourcin and Seyval Blanc grow well in the region’s well-drained shale and limestone soils.

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Set amid gentle hills and charming countrysides, Lehigh Valley, PA is home to Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, as well as dozens of charming towns and picturesque boroughs, parks, trails, and waterways. To find places to stay and things to see, do, eat, and experience, go to DiscoverLehighValley.com.

Edible Philly honors Lehigh Valley’s signature grape, “The Jewel of the Valley,” with its cover story in the fall Drinks issue. Click below to read the article:

Chambourcin: The Grape That’s Put The Lehigh Valley And Its Winemakers On The Map

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