Mason-Dixon Wine Trail
Picturesque vistas of rolling hills dotted with sloping vineyards. Award-winning wines. Knowledgeable and friendly vintners. Charming Bed and Breakfasts. Quaint towns. A quintessential wine tour getaway. What separates this trip from the norm is location. Nestled in the heart of Pennsylvania’s number one tourist region lies York County, with 12 wineries comprising the UnCork York Wine Trail, an area quickly becoming a recognized destination for wine travelers.
Pennsylvania is no stranger to the art of winemaking. According to a Penn State University report, “one of the most prominent achievements in the viticultural history of Pennsylvania was the development of the Alexander grape,” which was planted by Thomas Eichelberger during 1518 in York County.