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Lancaster County Winery

Lancaster County Winery Our farm, established in 1718, still surrounded by yet more farms, continues the time honored tradition of wine making. Nestled in the rolling hills just south of Lancaster City, minutes from the bustling tourist areas of Amish Country, the Lancaster County Winery is situated on 60 acres of unspoiled beauty. Lancaster County Winery offers a unique facility for weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, business luncheons, parties; and more! Outdoor activities can also be hosted on our grounds, or if you're just visiting for a taste test, take a few minutes to stroll about our farm. Discriminating brides and grooms have chosen to have their weddings and receptions at this lovely facility for years. This unique location features a working winery, and beautiful spacious grounds with lovely old trees which are the perfect background for your special day.

Directions
From Lancaster: 8 miles south of Lancaster City. Take Route 222 South, then Route 272 South. Turn Right onto Baumgardener Road for 1 mile, then Left onto Rawlinsville Road for 2 miles. Lancaster County Winery is on the Left. From Baltimore: US 1 or I-95 to Route 222. Then 272 north. Left at Mt. Hope School Road. for 1-1/2 miles, then right on Rawlinsville Road for 6/10 mile. Lancaster County Winery is on the Right. From Delaware: Route 41 to Gap, PA. Then left on Route 741 until it meets Route 222. Right on Route 222, then left on Route 272 south. Turn right on Baumgardner Road for 1 mile. Then left on Rawlinsville Road for 2 miles. Lancaster County Winery is on the Left.


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Address Web Social
799 Rawlinsville Road, Willow Street, PA, US, 17584 Email:
Phone: 707-464-3555 Web: www.lancastercountywinery.com
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Products



  Amber Blush
a semi-dry with just a hint of color, terrific with grilled chicken or Salmon.
  Cascade
a pleasant semi-dry red varietal. Serve chilled with pasta or roasts.
  Colonial Red Wine
a semi-sweet to serve chilled, have it with pasta or other Italian dishes.
  Colonial Spiced Apple
a wine made from the finest Lancaster County apples, serve warm or chilled, great with chicken or pork.
  Colonial Sweet Pink
a combination of red and white grapes makes this a favorite "fruity" blush type wine.
  Colonial White Wine
a semi-sweet, excellent for desert, sipping, light luncheon and good with turkey.
  Dry Red Special Reserve
a very dry, light-bodied, serve with roasts, pasta and hearty stew.
  Pink Chablis
a semi-dry with a light fruity flavor. Perfect for all occasions.
  Rayon D'Or
a very dry white varietal, smooth bodied. Excellent when served with shellfish.
  Seyval Blanc
a semi-dry white, slightly fruity taste.
  Vidal Blanc
a semi-dry, crisp varietal similar to Rhine wine.
  White Chablis
a semi-dry, a true classic to accompany any meal, great with hors d'oeuvers.

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