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New Mason-Dixon Wine Trail Announced!

Today September 15, 2011 the new Mason-Dixon Wine Trail was announced at Naylor Wine Cellars. The press conference was held in the beautiful outdoor pavilion behind the Naylor winery and tasting room. While people were gathering for the press conference the clouds let loose with a heavy down pour. During the announcement the sun began shining through the clouds. Was this a sign of good things to come for the new Wine Trail?

The Mason-Dixon Wine Trail currently includes 12 Pennsylvania and 2 Maryland wineries. The trail is unique because it includes wineries from two states.

At the press conference the importance of tourism and agriculture in Pennsylvania was stressed. York County Commissioner Doug Hoke, noted, “Agriculture and tourism are Pennsylvania’s top two industries.”

Carl Helrich, owner, winemaker and grape grower from Allegro Vineyards, said that the “wine industry is the sexy side of farming.” Visitors can see the beauty of the rolling hillsides in this wine region.

Special events planned by the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail include “Wine Just Off the Vine Event” in November and the “Tour De Tanks” event in March.

Wineries on the new Mason-Dixon Wine Trail include Adams County Winery, Allegro Vineyards, Boordy Vineyards, Cullari Vineyards & Winery, Fiore Winery, Four Springs Winery, Hauser Estate Winery, Hummingbird Ridge Winery, Moon Dancer Vineyard & Winery, Naylor Wine Cellars, Reid’s Orchard & Winery, Tamanend Winery, The Vineyard at Hershey, and West Hanover Winery. The Vineyard at Hershey will open in February 2012.

For more information visit the new Mason-Dixon Wine Trail website.



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