Friday, May 16, 2014 / by Martin Millner
There are many wineries located throughout Bucks County, and many of them are family owned and operated. Visiting our local wineries for taste tests, tours and to pick up some unique flavors that are produced solely in our area. Bucks County has very rich soil, rolling hills, and perfect climates which allow our county to grow beautiful grapes – which create that perfect bottle of wine.
Be sure to visit one or more of our many wineries throughout Bucks County. Here are a few you can choose from!
New Hope Winery is located along the Delaware River and was founded in 1993. It is convenient to local attractions such as Peddler’s Village, New Hope and Lambertville. Visitors can take tours, visit the gift shop, and schedule private wine tasting parties.
Wycombe Vineyards opened it’s doors to the public in 2006. The estate has actually been in the Fraser family since 1925. The beautiful winery offers both indoor and outdoor tasting rooms.
Crossing Vineyards and Winery has won “Best Winery In Bucks” for three years in a row! The property is part of an original land grant from the King of England to William Penn during the 1600’s, and is registered on the Bucks County Registry of Historic Places. The winery offers tastings, winemaker’s dinners, wine education and summer concerts.
Unami Ridge Winery is located in Quakertown, and opened its doors in 2010. They feature European-crafted wines such as warm spiced apple. They are fairly new to our winery families, with their vines first planted in 2005.