Sample Itineraries

Plan out your Mason-Dixon Wine Trail adventure with one of these itinerary guides. Easily plan your journey along the Wine Trail, and explore some of the fun things to see and do along the way! 

Explore the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail by region

With 15 wineries spread across two states, the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail has a huge footprint. In fact, you could spend several weekends exploring every stop. Here's how to navigate the Wine Trail with more sippable segments during our two signature events, Wine Just Off The Vine in November and Tour de Tanks in March.  

York Region

Locations to Visit:  

Four Springs Winery

Logan's View Winery (4830 Hildebrand Rd., Glen Rock, PA)*

Maple Lawn Winery

Moon Dancer Winery, Cider House & Taproom 

Naylor Wine Cellars

Wake up early enough to watch the sun rise above the mighty Susquehanna River before a morning spent exploring the Susquehanna Riverlands at Highpoint Scenic Vista, the Zimmerman Center for Heritage and Shank's Mare Outfitters. Then, your first Wine Trail location of the day is Moon Dancer Winery, Cider House and Taproom, set high above the Susquehanna Riverlands, where the sweet view is complemented by crisp varieties such as Pino Grigio and cider creations. Then have lunch or a late brunch, depending on the day, at the John Wright Restaurant along the Susquehanna in Wrightsville where a majestic view and marvelous food go hand in hand. Then head south to Maple Lawn Winery, a fifth-generation farm specializing in fruit wines. Your next stop is York County's oldest winery, Naylor Wine Cellars, where Chambourcin aged in white oak barrels makes for a satisfying choice. Head north to the award-winning Logan's View Winery before visiting Four Springs Winery, a boutique tasting room where Fat Cat red is among the local favorites. In the evening, make reservations at nearby Glen Rock Mill Inn.  

Please note: Logan's View Winery will once again host Tour de Tanks and Wine Just Off The Vine guests at its production facility listed above. During the rest of the year, please visit the wine shop at Brown's Orchards & Farm Market to taste and purchase Logan's View wine.

Maryland Region

Locations to Visit:

DeJon Vineyard

Fiore Winery

Harford Vineyard & Winery

Start your day with breakfast and more inside The Markets at Shrewsbury in southern York County, where all your favorite Amish baked goods and fresh produce are found alongside an eclectic shopping experience for craft and gift items. Then head south across the historic Mason-Dixon Line for the southern swing of the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail. DeJon Vineyard welcomes visitors into the cozy renovated-barn tasting room to sip and savor in a comfortable country setting. Next, Fiore Winery in northern Harford County brings generations of Italian wine-making tradition to your glass. Then wrap up your day in the tasting room of Harford Vineyard & Winery. And for dinner? The delectable Wyndridge Farm craft brewing and casual dining destination in southern York County. 

Hanover-Gettysburg Region 

Locations to Visit:

Boyer Cellars 

Thunder Ridge Vineyards

This day on the Wine Trail includes must-do snack stops. Begin by sampling Thunder Ridge Vineyards, where you'll find mostly dry-style wines. From there, head into the Hanover area for stops at the factory outlet stores of Utz Quality Foods and Snyder's of Hanover. Stop for lunch at Warehouse Gourmet, a member of the Susquehanna Ale Trail that also serves up delicious food. Then, head west into Adams County to complete your day of tasting at Boyer Cellars, a new member of the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail. Relax on the brick wraparound porch and enjoy wines and hard ciders complete with a scenic view of the surrounding orchards and farm lands.

Hershey-Harrisburg Region 

Locations to Visit:

Cassel Vineyards of Hershey 

CrossWinds Winery at Hershey

Mount Hope Winery

Spring Gate Vineyard and Brewery 

The Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey

With all the York County wineries complete, cross the historic Wrightsville-Columbia Bridge and head north to Mount Hope Winery, which is at the grounds of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire. Next is The Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey which combines some of the best of PA wine making and craft brewing at one location. Next, enjoy wine tastings in a beautiful barn on the secluded grounds of Spring Gate Vineyard & Brewery, then trade the rural setting for the urban CrossWinds Winery at Hershey, an aviation-themed stop fitting for its pilot owners. Just down the street you'll discover another brand-new member of the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail, Cassel Vineyards of Hershey, where three generations of family work to bring truly local wine to your glass.

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