Wineries of the Week

FEBRUARY 10

Britain Hill Venue & Vineyard

The Helm’s purchased the property in 2017. Being visionaries and entrepreneurs at heart, Ken and Debbie began a family-owned and operated winery and special events venue in beautiful Lancaster County.

Ken’s skills as a contractor, in addition to winemaking, afforded him the ability to construct a truly custom, beautifully handcrafted bank barn that allows an elegant yet rustic experience that can only be described as simple country elegance. With hard work and appreciation of the outdoors, Ken and Debbie’s vision grew, bringing sustainable agriculture and agri-tourism full circle by opening the first winery to the Little Britain area of Quarryville, Pa.


Road Trip Wines

RoadTrip Wines is a micro-winery established to produce premier wines from the best grape-growing regions in the world. Each wine produced is handcrafted in small batches and carefully blended to produce distinctive yet very approachable wines. The production facility is located in Whitemarsh Township, Montgomery County. The winery is not open to the public. They started production of their first commercial batches in late 2020. RoadTrip wines are now available for sale and will soon be featured in several local restaurants. Future plans include opening a tasting room near the winery!


Adams County Winery

Adams County Winery opened its doors in 1975 in Orrtanna, PA, and is currently Pennsylvania’s fifth oldest operating winery. The Farm Winery location in Orrtanna sits on 40 acres of beautiful rolling hills and farmland. The winery operates out of an 1860’s bank barn and is a registered historic bank barn of Adams County. In 1988, their Tears of Gettysburg was born and remains one of the oldest wines in Pennsylvania. They grow five different varieties of grapes, with a vineyard that spans 15 acres!