From rosé slushies to a variety of floral nodes, sample the flavors of the spring and summer season at Bucks County’s wineries!
- Sand Castle Winery
- Sangria Slushie
Bishop Estate Vineyard and Winery
Recently released is the Feeling Winey Gewurztraminer, a white wine full of floral notes similar to Pinot Grigio. Or, satisfy your sweet tooth with their Pure Strawberry wine, which mixes well with lemonade!
Boyd’s Cardinal Hollow Winery
Hot, spicy and flaming hot all year round, try their Jalapeno Wine – if you dare – at their tasting room inside Peddler’s Village.
Buckingham Valley Vineyards & Winery
This vineyard’s most popular warm weather wine is Methode Champenoise sparkling wine. Light and refreshing and produced in the same style as Champagne, Buckingham’s Brut was once even served at a James Beard Foundation annual dinner!
Stop in their tasting room in Peddler’s Village to try The Red Standard, a versatile blend of strawberry and black cherry with hints of tobacco.
Crossing Vineyards and Winery
As the weather warms up, stop by to sit outside and sip their citrusy sweet Sangria! On select dates in the summer Crossing hosts ‘Sangria Sundays’ where you can enjoy $5 glasses of this fruity and fun favorite.
- Crossing Vineyard
- Buckingham Vineyard
Rose Bank Winery
Sit back and let Serendipity decide your fate – the wine, that is. Rose Bank also has a new Rosé Hard Cider, for cider fans craving a summery flavor that’s always in style.
Rushland Ridge Vineyards
Come for a tasting, then take home a bottle of White Sangria. Mix with fruits like apples, peaches and oranges to enjoy refreshing citrus undertones all season long.
Sand Castle Winery
A must-try is their Dry Rosé – a dry, European style wine with a hint of berry and a sweet finish.
Unami Ridge Winery
Contrary to popular belief, Apple Wine isn’t just for fall. Imbibe the light, sweet taste of this forbidden fruit at this winery in Upper Bucks County.
Try their Sangria Slushies! Served in a red Solo® cup, these alcoholic slurpees that make you feel like you’re 21 again are available beginning in April.
Vivat Alfa Winery
This season, try their semi-sweet Riesling. It’s filled with a range of pear, pineapple and honey notes, all woven together with a lightly sweet finish.