Discover the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail - the Mid-Atlantic's Premier Year-Round Wine Destination!
Start with one of our two annual signature events. Coming up in November is Wine Just Off The Vine. We're almost ready to launch the online tickets, so please check back soon.
Tour de Tanks in March comes complete with tastings, tours and fun times.
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With 20 family-owned locations in southern Pennsylvania and northern Maryland making wonderful wine as well as sensational spirits and refreshing cider, you'll always find a reason to make multiple trips each year to ...
Sip, Savor & Explore!
Sip ... to your heart's content. You'll be hard-pressed to find so many diverse wineries producing such quality varieties on a single Wine Trail anywhere else. Try a crisp Pinot Grigio while taking in a view to remember, discover unique and novel Chambourcin blends, and go beyond the grape with tantalizing fruit wines - all on one Trail!
Savor ... the wine and the experiences. Whether you're an aficionado or a wine novice, there's always something new to learn on the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail. Our winemakers' passion pours out as each conversation becomes an engaging educational experience that leaves you thirsting for more.
Explore ... all of York County, PA, and the surrounding region. Spend a day kayaking on the Susquehanna River or hiking into the rolling countryside as discovered in breathtaking views from our member wineries. Shop your way through York's Market District and other welcoming communities. And in the evening, find many of your new favorite reds and whites featured on menus at top-notch restaurants.
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