Southwest Passage

About this Wine Trail

Each of the trail’s eight wineries, all located southeast of Pittsburgh, provides a unique experience of its own. Along the way, explore the mountains and valleys of southwestern Pennsylvania and take a scenic side trip through the vacationer’s paradise known as the Laurel Highlands.

Tips for Visiting

Tucked away along the Southwest Passage trail is ‘Fallingwater’, a National Historic Landmark and architectural gem designed by America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. The only Wright-designed home open to the public, Fallingwater appears to float on top of the 30-foot waterfall upon which it is built. After exploring this trail, stay the night at one of the Laurel Highland’s acclaimed resorts and enjoy golf, skiing, wildlife centers, spa services, shopping and fine dining. This wine trail’s site is currently under construction, to schedule a visit with a winery on the trail, please contact the winery directly.

Read more about this trail on The Town Dish.

Wineries on this Trail