Find it all in the Susquehanna River Valley

Driving the country roads of the Susquehanna River Valley, you can’t Ridge Winery. Sample the locally-sourced Apple Cider Wine at Whisper-
help but notice the stunning pastoral scenery, filled with bucolic farmlands, mountains and valleys, winding streams, horses and buggies, plus wineries and vineyards that beckon all to sample and taste, relax and enjoy.

With some of the most fertile land on the East Coast, Pennsylvania ranks fifth nationally on the volume of grapes grown. Located in central Penn- sylvania, the Susquehanna River Valley is home to seven family-owned wineries, each with its own distinct atmosphere and specialties.

Pair a Cabernet Sauvignon with delicious cheese and charcuterie at Broad Mountain Vineyard. Feel the Semi-Dry Riesling evaporate in your mouth at Fero Vineyards and Winery. Relax in a cool mountainside breeze at Four Friends Vineyard and Winery. Look out over expansive views of the river at The Winery at Hunters Valley. Enjoy a refreshing glass of Granny Z’s Mint Iced Tea wine at Shade Mountain Vineyards. Listen to top bands from the 60s, 70s and 80s perform by the lake at Spyglass Ridge Winery. Sample the locally-sourced Apple Cider Wine at Whispering Oaks Vineyard.

Through dedication, passion, perseverance and patience, the wineries of the Susquehanna River Valley have become year-round destinations unto themselves, offering tastings, food pairings, annual seasonal festivals and promotions, plus concerts, musical entertainment, pig roasts and other special events.

While enjoying the wonderful wineries of the Susquehanna River Valley, you’ll also discover amazing outdoor and river recreation, antiquing, arts and culture, historic downtowns, comfy inns and B&Bs, plus distinctive restaurants featuring locally grown food and regional cuisine. Spend a day following the River Rat Brew Trail to explore 13 breweries nestled along the branches of the scenic Susquehanna River, then relax at night by watching millions of stars emerge in the sky overhead.

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