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New Hope Winery

New Hope Winery No trip to New Hope would be complete without tasting a few delicious wines at the New Hope Winery! Set in a quaint 17th century barn, the New Hope Winery is quickly becoming a landmark in Bucks County. Since our opening in 1993, the wines have changed a little. At first we specialized in mostly fruit wines, fresh pressed apples, cherries, name it. But have since expanded to a full wine list that still includes those unusual fruit wines, as well as a full list of carefully chosen Reds and Whites. It makes for a wine list that truly shows off the best of what Bucks County has to offer. We also carry several lines of gourmet food products, and many hard-to-find wine related items - from wine racks to backpacks. So whether you are looking to stir up some Sangria for a cookout, or you want a deep full-bodied red with a personalized label for that special occasion, it's all here. But don't just come here for the great wine, come here to enjoy the mood too. We now offer the upstairs loft area for catered events and private wine tasting. Relax under the broad beams of another place and time while candlelight flickers against the rustic walls. Join in the fun of our regularly scheduled events and performances, or call ahead to plan your own special occasion. Come back to the past...and make memories for the future. Come back to the New Hope Winery.

From New Jersey Shore: Take Route 195 West towards Lambertville. Take exit for Route 29/Lambertville (stay away from Trenton exits). Follow Route 29 for approx. 10 miles into downtown Lambertville. Make a left at the light onto Bridge Street. Cross the bridge into New Hope. At third light (T junction) make a left. This is 202 South. The New Hope Winery is on the right, approx. 2 miles. From Philadelphia: Take Route I-95 North to New Hope, exit 51. Turn left at the end of the exit ramp (Taylorsville Rd.). Follow Taylorsville Road for approx. 4 1/2 miles until it ends at a stop sign (Route 32). Turn left onto Route 32 and continue approx. 4 miles into the village of New Hope. Follow Main Street to 1st light (Bridge Street) Turn left onto Bridge Street. Continue to second light(T junction) and turn left. This is 202 South. The New Hope Winery is on the right, approx. 2 miles.

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6123 Lower York Road, New Hope, PA, US, 18938 Email:
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Delicate and flavorful, our Blush is comparable to a White Zinfendel. It lends itself perfectly to light dishes such as chicken or pasta.
  Cabernet Sauvignon
This 2004 Cabernet was created from the classic French Vinifera grape and Oak aged for a soft, dry flavor and a hint of cherry. Pairs well with filet and Italian dishes.
A smooth dry white wine made predominately of the Seyval Blanc grape.It's toasty nuances make it an ideal companion to seafood or light picnic fare.
  Chambourcin Reserve
A 2004, aged in solid American Oak. Dry and pleasant with soft tannins, plump structure and earthy bouquet. Compliments lighter red meats, caesar salad, and marinara sauces.
A Full-bodied robust red with a peppery finish
A dry medium bodied white wine with a slight oak finish. It's apple and pear overtones compliment seafood, especially grilled tuna and salmon.
A moderately sweet red wine with the exciting taste of freshly picked grapes. Very fruity and intense with a dessert level sweetness.
Made from the classic French Vinifera grape. Soft dry, oak-aged. Serve at room temperature.
Sweet, fruity taste with a strong grape bouquet, serves well as an aperitif with simple hors d'oeuvres or a dessert wine with fruit.
  Pink Catawba
Moderately sweet with the taste of a freshly picked grape. Very fruity grape character from the Catawba grape. The dessert sweetness level of this wine pairs perfectly with poultry and semi-soft cheeses.
  Proprietor's Red
A dry, Oak aged red with a smooth finish.
Semi-sweet, German style, with hints of tangerine and grapefruit as well as a delightful citrus nose. Try some with roast turkey and apple pecan stuffing.
  Solebury Red
Semi-sweet, enjoyed equally well as a simple dry red at room temperature or lightly chilled.
  Solebury White
Semi-dry, combination of Vidal Blanc and Villard Blanc, light bodied with floral overtones. Pairs well with grilled sea bass or sauted vegetarian dishes.


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