We are more likely to get on a plane than we are to take a trip within our own state. That’s a shame since there’s so much to do right here in Pennsylvania.
When we were invited to the Cornucopia Wine Quest in the Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country, we were skeptical. We’ve tasted wine around the world in regions such as Burgundy, Napa and Sonoma. Wine in central Pennsylvania? The rolling Autumn hills, the Pennsylvania Dutch culture, the pretzels and… the wine???
2foodtrippers will travel for wine. On past travels, we have visited vineyards and wineries as far away as Burgundy and as close as the Finger Lakes, not to mention several trips to various California wine regions including Napa, Sonoma, the Sierras and Santa Barbara. Funny enough, it turns out that there are many wineries close to Philadelphia. This shouldn’t be surprising since Pennsylvania is the fifth-largest grower of grapes in the nation.
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