Lehigh Valley

About this Wine Trail

The Lehigh Valley Wine Trail is located in an ideal grape-growing environment, and wines produced in the area have won countless national and international awards as a result. The region’s family-owned wineries have also brought home the Governor’s Cup for Pennsylvania’s best wine in nine of the last 10 years. Visit this wine trail’s website by clicking here.

Tips for Visiting

The Lehigh Valley boasts attractions for art enthusiasts of all ages. Named for its former use as a banana distribution center, the Banana Factory in downtown Bethlehem features 3 galleries and 30 studio artists working in a variety of mediums. Travel a few miles down the road to the city of Easton, which boasts The Crayola Experience. Through 21 interactive attractions, the magic of color is brought to life in a way that is sure to delight both young in age and at heart! For even more info, check out discoverlehighvalley.com.

Wineries on this Trail

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This is a great opportunity to purchase wine to give as holiday gifts or to complement holiday meals. Because Nouveau wines are bottled very young with little barrel aging, they retain lots of fruitiness and are light, semi-dry to dry red wines. The event is based on a tradition started in France and continued each year in which beaujolais nouveau wines are released the third Thursday of November. Event hours at all of the wineries are Saturday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon – 5 p.m. Visit here for more info. 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Discover our brand new event – The Vintner’s Experience – where you will explore how Lehigh Valley wine is made through 8 different winery experiences with one ticket. Along with the educational aspect of how grapes are grown and wine is made, you will get to taste the high quality of Lehigh Valley wines and see firsthand the Vintner’s work and passion. To review the descriptions of our 8 winery Experiences CLICK HERE Then purchase your $25 ticket through EventBrite to create your personal schedule of Experiences on the Sched web site. 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