Bucks County

Meet the Winemakers

The Bucks County Wine Trail encompasses hundreds of acres of vineyards with beautiful views and bountiful grapes. Here we spotlight some of the people behind the scenes at your favorite wineries. Click the links below to learn more about how these winemakers got their start, grow their grapes and more in beautiful Bucks County…

  • Kevin Bishop, Bishop Estate Vineyard & Winery

Kevin Bishop:

Bishop Estate Vineyard & Winery

“Bucks County is beautiful, but it is also where the family farm that has been in the Bishop family generation after generation for 100 years is located.”

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  • Jerry Forest, Buckingham Valley Vineyards

Jerry Forest:

Buckingham Valley Vineyards

“This is a family business with three generations and many friends involved. Being able to share the fruits of our lifelong dream with others is very satisfying.”

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  • Tom Carroll, Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Tom Carroll:

Crossing Vineyards & Winery

“I told my parents I thought the property would make a great vineyard and winery. They figured this idea was just another childish fantasy and didn't pay much attention.”

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  • Ray Greyling, Rose Bank Winery

Ray Greyling:

Rose Bank Winery

“I grew up in South Africa and after school visited the town of Stellenbosch, which is in the heart of the wine growing region in South Africa. This was my first introduction to wine and I absolutely fell in love.”

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  • Ed Ullman, Rushland Ridge Winery

Ed Ullman:

Rushland Ridge Vineyards

“A local top sirloin marinated in our Cabernet Franc-Barbecue Sauce is tough to beat!”

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  • Joseph Maxian, Sand Castle Winery

Joseph Maxian:

Sand Castle Winery

“Our location provides a unique micro-climate and nutrient rich soil enabling us to grow European vinifera including Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot and Cabernet Sauvignon.”

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  • Richard Adamek, Vivat Alfa Winery

Richard Adamek:

Vivat Alfa Winery

“In 1990 I entered a very unique winemaking school in Slovakia… You work hard, have your goal and you become a winemaker.”

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  • Rich Fraser, Wycombe Vineyards

Rich Fraser:

Wycombe Vineyards

“All of our labels contain family archive photos of family relatives that lived, worked and died on the family property. Most photos were taken circa 1929 thru 1947!”

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