PHILADELPHIA COUNTRYSIDE REGION
The wine region of the Philadelphia Countryside features two heavy concentrations of wineries, including seven on the Bucks County Wine Trail to the north of Philadelphia and six along the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail to the south. The region hosts some of the largest wineries in Pennsylvania and produces a variety of award-winning wines.
Brandywine Valley Wine Trail
Located in the beautiful countryside between Philadelphia and Lancaster, this wine trail has become a favorite destination not just for Philadelphians, but for wine lovers from throughout the region. The trail is home to six charming wineries and some of the best scenery in the commonwealth.
Bucks County Wine Trail
Discover the proud heritage behind the wines expertly handcrafted by the family wineries of Bucks County. Its scenic rolling hills and moderate climate combine to make the area one of the premier grape-growing regions on the East Coast. The result is one of the best wine-tasting experiences in Pennsylvania.
Montgomery County Wine Trail
With just three wineries, it may be the state's smallest wine trail, but those three locations offer plenty of wine-tasting experiences between them. The trail intersects with the Bucks County Wine Trail, giving wine lovers even more tasting opportunities to choose from.