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Large Pennsylvania Wine Festival this Weekend!

Sand Castle Winery plans to attend Seven Springs Wine Festival this weekend.

Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania is the location of the Seven Springs Wine Festival, a large Pennsylvania wine festival this weekend from August 23 thru August 25.

Thirty Pennsylvania wineries are scheduled to attend the festival. The wineries include:

  • Allegheny Cellars Winery
  • Allegro Winery
  • Antler Ridge Winery
  • Arundel Cellars & Brewing Co.
  • Bee Kind Winery
  • Benigna’s Creek Winery
  • Black Dog Wine Company
  • Blue Mountain Vineyards and Cellars
  • Christian W. Klay Winery
  • Courtyard Winery
  • Deer Creek Winery
  • Glades Pike Winery
  • Heritage Wine Cellars
  • Hungry Run Wine & Spirits
  • Juniata Valley Winery
  • KingView Mead
  • La Vigneta Winery
  • Moon Dancer Winery & Cider House
  • Oak Spring Winery
  • Olivero’s Vineyard
  • Paradocx Vineyard
  • Presque Isle Wine Cellars
  • R Wine Cellar
  • Sand Castle Winery
  • Seven Mountain Wine Cellars
  • Shade Mountain Winery
  • Starr Hill Vineyard & Winery
  • The Winery at Wilcox
  • University Wine Company
  • Woody Lodge Winery

Live musical entertainment includes a variety of multiple genres by eight different groups. Depending on the day you select to attend the festival, look for country music, rock, pop, classics and much more.

On Saturday and Sunday informative seminars will be presented. This year the seminars are Locavore Locapour, Cooking with Wine and Cooling Off with Ice Wine. Attendance is limited and tickets are available at the Timberstone Room, one hour before each seminar.

Food is also an important aspect of the festival. Available for purchase food items will include: funnel cake fries, kettle corn, kielbasa sandwiches, hamburgers, Caesar salad, Chesapeake Crab Bisque, tacos and much more.

If you plan on sampling wines from the attending wineries, plan to have a designated driver with you (designated driver tickets are only $10.) Another option is to stay at the resort overnight. Perhaps you will decide to taste only white wines red wines or sparkling wines or perhaps look for wines made with one grape variety. 

Tickets are available for Friday, Saturday and Sunday or choose a combination ticket for Saturday and Sunday. By purchasing tickets in advance you can save. Advance tickets begin at $25.

We have visited and written about many Pennsylvania wineries. Articles are available on Wine Trail Traveler.


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