Pinnacle Ridge Winery is one of three with a Kutztown, Berks County, address, one of only a couple wineries in the state that's a member of two wine trails (Berks County and Lehigh Valley). Owner and winemaker Brad Knapp is considered one of the state's best in the cellar, and the awards his winery has won is a testament to the kind of work he does.
Vox Vineti winery wrapped up its first full year in business last Saturday. Located along the eastern edge of Lancaster County outside Christiana and run by Ed Lazzerini, who doubles as the winemaker, this producer is slowly raising its profile among regional consumers with a minimum of product: a red blend and a rose. That will begin to change next year when Vox Vineti releases its first white, a Sauvignon Blanc.
Most of the events associated with wineries this weekend are tied into Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, as many are promoting discounts on their websites and Facebook pages. At the same time, two trail events will run through the weekend, including the Susquehanna Heartland trail's Heartland Christmas in central Pennsylvania and New Jersey's Holiday Wine Trail Weekend that will include most of that state's wineries.
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Selecting a term
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