Duration: Two days and two nights
Rolling hills dotted with sloping vineyards and inspiring views of the majestic Susquehanna River provide the perfect backdrop as you discover the 17 family-owned wineries of the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail. Nestled in the picturesque Dutch Country Roads, you’re invited to sip, savor and explore the art of winemaking up-close. Along the way, you'll uncover secrets of pressing perfection from welcoming winemakers who share the passion they pour into every bottle. Taste vintages that feature a diverse spectrum of flavor, including crisp balanced whites at Logan's View Winery, sociably sweet fruit wines at Naylor Wine Cellars and robust earthy reds at Moon Dancer Winery & Cider House.
After learning about the winemaking process, travel just down the trail to Naylor Wine Cellars where veteran winemaker Dick Naylor has welcomed thousands of thirsty travelers to his stunning spread in southern York County for more than thirty years. Naylor’s warm hospitality and passion for winemaking is evident when you take a tour of his 27 acres of vines, which feature over forty grape varieties. Naylor Wine Cellars celebrates their great grapes throughout the year with winemaker... Read More >
At Four Springs Winery you’ll meet the free-spirited friends who realized their dream of opening a boutique-style winery in scenic southern York County situated along the Heritage Rail Trail. While there you can sample a variety of wonderful vintages, from the fruity Fat Cat to a rich Chardonnay.
Tip: You must try their Riesling! The notes of pineapple and citrus are pure perfection.Read More >
This French-style chateau perched atop the rolling hills along the Susquehanna River offers breathtaking views in any season from the patio at Moon Dancer Winery. Bring some snacks to nosh on as you lay on the grassy hill overlooking the river with your favorite pals or that someone special.
Tip: Try the Moon River Red, a fruit forward medium-bodied chambourcin with berry favors & spice.Read More >
Unconventional and sensational are two words to describe Tamanend, which features innovative eco-friendly boxed wines. This urban winery’s 15,000 square foot facility showcases the latest in winery equipment where they produce some of PA’s best wines.
Tip: Try the Like No Other!Read More >
You'll feel at home at Mignano Brothers as you enjoy delicious, authentic Italian cuisine, including mouthwatering seafood pasta combinations.
Tip: Bring your favorite wine trail vintage along to this sensational BYOB!Read More >
The Yorktowne is a gorgeous renaissance revival style hotel with a 1920s setting. Twenty-foot high ceilings, ornate chandeliers and wood paneling welcome you as you enter the Yorktowne Hotel's lobby. More than 120 uniquely oversized rooms and luxurious suites are appointed with traditional furnishings and colorful floral designs. The Yorketowne Hotel combines the classic styling of yesteryear with the modern conveniences of today.
Tip: Be sure to try the Yorktowne's fabulous dining options including York County's Only AAA 4-Diamond Restaurant.Read More >
Logan's View Winery started with a group of 18 owners who combined their vineyard expertise to create custom wines. Their expertise is evident in the 16 Logan's View specialty wines that received medals at the annual Pennsylvania Farm Show. Logan's View takes extra care to ensure that every wine is crafted with high-quality fruit and goes through an extensive winemaking process. With blends like strawberry blonde, pinot noir, blueberry wine and sauvignon blanc, Logan's View Winery is sure...
With several dining options to choose from, Bube's Brewery, a 19th century brewery complex is a must-stop. The Catacombs Restaurant, located 43 feet below street level in the cellar of the brewery, features a fine dining menu. If you are looking for more casual fare, check out the Bottling Works, a restaurant and tavern located in the original bottling plant of the brewery. Tip: Looking for dinner and a show? Check out Bube's Murder Mysteries.Read More >
Located along the Susquehanna River, the B.F. Hiestand House offers relaxed elegance in the 1887 home. The inn features five guest rooms, whirlpool tubs, spa showers, fireplaces, WiFi and a full gourmet breakfast served daily. Tip: Don't miss the "made from scratch" afternoon snacks.Read More >
Old Republic Distillery
Nestled in the picturesque town of Seven Valleys, Pa., Old Republic Distillery is York County’s first distillery since prohibition. Each of their products are made from local agriculture and are handcrafted for superior quality. Have a taste of their unique spirits including Blackberry Vodka, Love Potion and Battlefield Vodka in the tasting room.
Almost a century ago, Susquehanna Glass offered its first piece of hand cut glass. Two generations later, it continues as a family business with high profile clients like Donald Trump. Visit the original factory and machines still in use today, then take home a souvenir from their authentic factory outlet.
National Watch & Clock Museum
Browse through time at the Watch & Clock Museum. The museum's collection of more than 8,000 horological items include watches, clocks, movements, tools and machinery from around the world.
Brown's Orchards & Farm Market
Brown's Orchards & Farm Market offers you a relaxed country experience with a fantastic view of their 150-acre fruit and vegetable farm. Indulge your senses with their "made-from-scratch" baked goods, homegrown produce, specialty items and so much more at this family-owned orchard and farm market.
Heritage Rail Trail
Spin your wheels along York County's 21-mile Heritage Rail Trail which winds through charming towns and quaint farms as you travel north from the Mason-Dixon Line to downtown York's Colonial Courthouse. The trail is ideal for biking, hiking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Aldus Brewing Company
Established in the old Snyder’s pretzel factory less than a mile from Hanover Square, Hanover’s first craft brewery welcomes guests with a charming atmosphere and a nice, simple selection of smooth sipping beers. This old-fashioned brewing company offers four diverse brews that are enjoyed by craft beer connoisseurs and less adventurous beer drinkers alike. Stop by and experience the quaint space and old factory feel or grab some beer to enjoy at home.