Comment with your favorite local wine to win tickets to the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail’s Wine Just Off the Vine

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Talk about fresh!

Sample newly pressed wines from the 2013 harvest during the fifth annual Wine Just Off the Vine.

This year’s Mason-Dixon Wine Trail event will feature
22 wineries and one distillery Nov. 9-10 and 16-17.

A Meet the Winemaker Dinner will kick off the trail event beginning at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 8 at Tamanend Winery in Lancaster. The menu will feature a five-course meal, intermezzo and desserts by 3 Tables Catering, in addition to select wines. Tickets are $60. Reservations are required.

Wine Just Off the Vine tickets, which are available online or at participating locations, are $15 and include admission to participating venues, exclusive noveau wine tastings, light food items, presentation by winemakers, a souvenir tasting glass and a 10 percent discount on wine purchases. Trail participants are also invited to take advantage of one of the many available VinoCation packages.

For more information, visit the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter.

Smart giveaway

Comment below with your favorite wine from participating wineries by noon, Wednesday, Nov. 6. Four winners will be drawn at random from all the entries received, and announced in the comments section and on the Smart Facebook page. Each winner will receive two Wine Just Off the Vine tickets, a prize valued at $30.

Susquehanna Ale Trail and Mason-Dixon Wine Trail map

Several breweries and wineries have been added to the Susquehanna Ale Trail and the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail in the past year.

The two trails were created by the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau to promote the regional businesses.

Check out our updated Google map of the locations below.



View Susquehanna Ale Trail & Mason-Dixon Wine Trail in a larger map

April Trotter

Editor of Smart. NEPA transplant. Penn State and Shippensburg grad. Kickball and craft beer enthusiast. Collector of cardigans. "Bennie and the Jets" fanatic. Contact me at atrotter@ydr.com, at "Smart magazine" on Facebook, @SmartMagPA on Twitter or by phone at 717-771-2030.

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34 Responses

  1. Chrissy Sparks says:

    Allegro’s Apple Cinnamon is THE perfect fall wine. It’s truly great to drink chilled, or as a nice warm mulled wine on a crisp cool fall day. I also have used the Apple Cinnamon wine in a dessert I make. It would be awesome to win tickets..my birthday is Nov 14th!

  2. Marlene says:

    I love Moon Dancer Vineyards & Winery, especially their Susquehanna Spice, it’s amazing heated up!

  3. stephanie hartaub says:

    Moon Dancers by far!!!!! Their fruit wines are amazing & I make a drive every Fall just to the the spice wine! Apple cider w/a kick!

  4. Al Brooks says:

    Allegro Forte is a perfect port for having next to the fire on a fall evening.

  5. Mary K says:

    Susquehanna White! Nice!

  6. Krystal Ostrom says:

    I love Boordy Vineyard! Great wine and always a great time with the girls in their beautiful barn!!!

  7. Alisa Grove says:

    It is so difficult to pick a favorite, but if I’m forced, I would have to say Punk from Allegro.

  8. Coleen Deems says:

    The new Sweet Caroline from Logan’s View…a very soft, not too sweet niagara style. Goes with everything, and fabulous all by itself!

  9. Steven T. says:

    I am torn from the Bridge at Allegro and Firefly at the Vineyard at Hershey… That said, no offense Krystal, but I do not know why the YORK PENNSYLVANIA CVB is supporting Maryland wineries on this trail? As an employee at a York hotel, I am really, really frustrated that the York CVB has lost touch with the people it is supposed to serve.

  10. Chelsea Runkle says:

    Four Springs winery was the best! Especially the City Kitty wine, yummy!

  11. Barb Robertson says:

    Nissleys Spicey Red is my favorite for fall and holiday gatherings, I serve it warm and it is always a big hit.

  12. Colleen Robbins says:

    Nissley’s Naughty Marietta is the perfect hearty red for the fall and winter season.

  13. Suzanne Presley says:

    Hummingbird’s white port makes me smile

  14. Denise Mauzy says:

    I like “Jazz”

  15. Terri Hinckley says:

    I like the Niagra from Naylor’s.

  16. Linda Robbein says:

    I love Cocoa Nostra from Cullari… I noticed they are not participating this year. :(

    As an aside, I agree with S.T. above — I also wondered why Maryland is on the trail. It makes no sense. Is the York CVB so hard up for money they are now promoting another state’s wineries? We have WONDERFUL ones here… Naylor, Allegro, Hummingbird, The Vineyards (Hershey/Grandview), Cullari, and Armstrong Valley. Let’s support our home grown guys!

  17. Brenda Brown says:

    Nissley’s Niagara!!!! Nothing better!!

  18. Devon verno says:

    anything by Allegro but if I must choose a favorite I would say Punk

  19. Devon verno says:

    anything by Allegro but if I had to choose just one I would say Punk.

  20. Deb says:

    Allegro Merlot/Chambourcin

  21. frank moritz says:

    mount hope is my go to winery the offer a wide spectrum of wines and they are always well done. my favorite is the Gewurztraminer. From Cullari we like the black on black and the country red. Hummingbird ridge has an amazing Riesling. And from Tamanend the velvet ruby!

  22. Adrianne Kokiko says:

    Moon Dancer Busters Blush is my fav local wine

  23. Sue Wyar says:

    Allegro’s Fusion, my favorite by far.

  24. Sue Wyar says:

    Like this one too!!!

  25. Jeff Anderson says:

    We enjoy all the reserve reds at Hauser Winery.

  26. melissa says:

    Love all of Allegro wines!

  27. Robert Godfrey says:

    Cadenza or Sangiovese from Allego

  28. Robert Godfrey says:

    Allegro

  29. Allison Leathery says:

    Logan’s Blue by Logan’s View Winery!

  30. Angie Hanzel says:

    Catawba, Naylor Wine Cellars, ’nuff said! LOL

  31. Clifton Kern says:

    I love all local wine!

  32. Aleah Miller says:

    Catawba from Naylor Wine Cellars is my fav!!!

  33. Seth Myers says:

    Alleluia from Tamanend Winery.

  34. April Trotter says:

    Four winners were drawn at random from all the entries received. Congratulations, Suzanne Presley, Angie Hanzel, Chrissy Sparks and Alisa Grove. You’ve each won a pair of tickets to the event. They’ll be waiting with our receptionist at 1891 Loucks Road, West Manchester Township. Email atrotter@ydr.com or call 717-771-2030 for details. Enjoy!

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