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Pennsylvania Fall Wine Events

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As the fifth-largest grape producer in the U.S. and seventh in both wine production and number of wineries, Pennsylvania knows vino. Every harvest season, visitors flock to PA’s wineries to sip on award-winning wines while taking in unmatched fall foliage views. Spend your fall weekends sipping through one of these festivals or check out our events & festivals listing on

Gobbler’s Knob Wine Festival

Head to the quaint town of Punxsutawney for the annual Gobbler’s Knob Wine Festival, and taste wines from more than 10 wineries in the region. Enjoy live music, local food, and a special guest appearance from the famous Punxsutawney Phil! Receive a wine glass and appetizers with the purchase of a ticket.

When: Oct. 7

Where: Punxsutawney

Cost: $25


Artisan Cheese & Wine Pairing Event Weekend

Join the wineries of the Berks County Wine Trail for the Artisan Cheese & Wine Pairing Weekend for a fantastic opportunity to experience and enjoy the poetry of different cheeses and wines. Enjoy a fall weekend visiting 11 wineries and tasting nearly two dozen styles of cheeses paired with a vast array of featured wines of the Berks County region of Eastern Pennsylvania.

When: Oct. 7-8

Where: Berks County

Cost: $15-$20


Chambourcin Weekend

Chambourcin lovers — we have an event just for you! The eight locally-owned and operated wineries of the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail will introduce wine lovers to the Chambourcin wine grape during this free two-day event. The Chambourcin is the only wine grape that is grown by all eight wineries, and is prized for its versatility; it can be crafted into many different styles, including Nouveau, Rosé, and Dry Barrel Aged varieties. Each winery will feature its own activities, including wine tastings, live entertainment, vineyard tours, and food and wine pairings.

When: Oct. 14-15

Where: Lehigh Valley Wine Trail

Cost: Free – however some wineries charge for wine tastings


Bucks County Wine Trail Harvest Celebration

Come and taste the fruits of the Bucks County Wine Trail’s labor during the annual Harvest Celebration. In addition to sampling a variety of award-winning Bucks County wines, wine lovers can sample freshly pressed grape juices that have not yet been fermented into wine.

When: Oct. 14-15

Where: Bucks County Wine Trail

Cost: Tasting fees vary


Annual Harvest Festival Weekend

Stop by and celebrate harvest at Shade Mountain Winery. This two-day celebration includes the likes of “I love Lucy-grape stompings,” food, live entertainment and wine. Bring the whole family for what promises to be a wonderful weekend!

When: Oct. 14-15

Where: Shade Mountain Winery, Middleburg

Cost: Tasting fees vary


Cornucopia Wine Quest

During this signature event in Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country, guests will have the opportunity to travel to 11 wineries over three weekends. Wine lovers will enjoy a unique element of the Quest at each winery while also sampling the handcrafted wines at that location. Each guest also will receive a souvenir glass to take to each participating winery and a 10 percent discount on all purchases.

When: Oct. 14-29

Where: Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country

Cost: $15-$25


HalloWINE Festival

Join Endless Mountains as they host their second annual HalloWINE Festival at the Wyoming County Community Fairgrounds in Meshoppen. All proceeds from the event are going to help build a new community playground, pavilion, and horseshoe pit on the fairground. Enjoy an afternoon of wine, food, arts and crafts, music, and a costume contest.

When: Oct. 28

Where: Meshoppen

Cost: $20


Wine Just Off the Vine

Enjoy two weekends of wine tastings on the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail, the Mid-Atlantic's Premier Year-Round Wine Destination. Wine Just Off the Vine invites guests to hear firsthand from our wineries about results of the just-pressed harvests, sample a selection of wines and stock up on wine to pair with holiday meals, or stuff into stockings, thanks to a special 10 percent discount!

When: Nov. 11-12, Nov. 18-19

Where: Mason-Dixon Wine Trail

Cost: $20


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