Many wineries within the Poconos offer wonderfully-scenic vineyards and properties that are idyllic for special events, showers, weddings, or simply an afternoon of relaxation. Whether travelers are looking for organic fruit wines, artisanal small-batch wines, or award-winning wines, this list of 25 Poconos wineries is the perfect place to start.

1. Antler Ridge Winery

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Antler Ridge Winery is an excellent winery that is nestled within the picturesque mountains of Bradford County, located just north of Rome, Pennsylvania. Antler Ridge features an impressive tank room, beautiful facilities, a spacious deck, friendly staff, and most importantly, award-winning wine. While guests are relaxing in the tasting room sipping their wine, they can enjoy stunning mountain views just outside of the window. Antler Ridge’s wines a produced using a variety of premium grapes found all throughout Pennsylvania. Most of the wines are fermented using stainless steel tanks, while a select few are barrel fermented for enhanced flavor. Visitors can also pick-up wine making supplies for home projects, including corkers, yeast, cleaning supplies, bottles, tubing, and much more.

37 Antler Ridge Lane, Ulster, PA, Phone: 570-247-7222

2. Big Creek Vineyard

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Big Creek Vineyard is a charming Poconos vineyard and winery that is located in Kunkletown, Pennsylvania. The staff at Big Creek believe that wine pairs best with good food and warm conservation, a philosophy that led to the opening of the Antipasteria; where visitors can enjoy different wines by the glass, home-made soup, antipasto plates, and baked goods. The fruits, olives, cheeses, and nuts have all been carefully selected to complement each-other, as well as the wine. Big Creek offers an idyllic location for friends, couples, or family to go and relax after a long day, and bond over a sensational bottle of wine and some tasty cheese platters.

120 Keller Road, Kunkletown, PA, Phone: 610-681-3959

3. Blue Mountain Vineyards & Cellars

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Blue Mountain Vineyards & Cellars is a Pennsylvania vineyard that got its start with just five acres in the township of New Tripoli. Blue Mountain started off with French Hybrid varietals, including Vidal Blanc, Vignoles, and Chambourcin. The vineyard has grown to a sprawling 50 acres and has added several new wines to the mix. After finding out the area’s soil and climate were similar to that of northern and central France, Blue Mountain began producing world-class “old world” styles of wine, such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Visitors can unwind in the vineyard’s tasting room over a glass (or bottle) of award-winning wine, they’ll just need to bring their own food.

7627 Grape Vine Drive, New Tripoli, PA, Phone: 610-298-3068

4. Blue Ridge Estate Vineyard & Winery

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Blue Ridge Estate Vineyard & Winery has been crafting some of Pennsylvania’s finest wines since 2010. The vineyard specializes in everything from sweet American hybrids to dry Bordeaux varietals. Located in Saylorsburg, within the Poconos, the winery offers its visitor’s panoramic views a Christmas tree farm in the valley, the sprawling vineyards, and surrounding mountains. Visitors can enjoy a glass of sensational wine while overlooking the estate’s stunningly beautiful surroundings. Blue Ridge Estate also hosts a number of fun and exciting events throughout the year, including The Underground Experience, Sip & Paint with Julia, Murder Mystery Dinner, and a Christmas Dance with Chris Eckert.

239 Blue Ridge Road, Saylorsburg, PA, Phone: 610-895-4205

5. Capra Collina Winery

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From the Pantana village in the rolling hills of Italy’s Marche province, Antonio Betti made his brave journey to the small village of Jessup, Pennsylvania in 1894. The Betti family has provided generations of fine winemaking experience, along with an unrivaled legacy of excellence. Capra Collina translates to “Nanny Goat Hill,” in English, a region of Jessup that was heavily populated with Italian immigrants during the early 20th Century. Whether visitors are looking for a wine that is sweet, dry, or somewhere in between, Capra Collina has a little something for every taste. In-house wine tastings are offered to both groups and individuals within the winery’s charming tasting room.

1971 Scranton Carbondale Highway, Blakely, PA, Phone: 570-489-0489

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6. Clover Hill Vineyards & Winery

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Clover Hill Vineyards & Winery is a modest, family-owned winery that is located within Lehigh Valley, in Breinigsville, Pennsylvania. Clover Hill has worked diligently over the last two decades to ensure they’ve established a strong reputation for producing some of Pennsylvania’s finest wines. What started off as a dream, quickly became a long family tradition that now produces over 75,000 gallons of premium wine annually. Clover Hill hosts several incredible events each year, such as the Friday Fun Flights, Nouveau Weekend, Shop Small Saturday, Beginner Wine Tasting Class, and Vino in the Valley Passport Program. From the Ice Franc to the 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon to Sparkling Cayuga White, visitors are sure to be in for a palate-pleasing experience.

9850 Newtown Road, Breinigsville, PA, Phone: 610-395-2468

7. Country Harvest Wine

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Country Harvest is a sensational winery that is located on the Crayola Estate within the Poconos, in Tannersville, Pennsylvania. They’ve been producing some of the finest Bordeaux varietals and American hybrids that Pennsylvania has to offer for a number of years. Wine enthusiasts who are searching for a one-of-a-kind tasting room experience; wines that range from sparkling to reds to whites; combined with exceptional service and knowledge, should look no further than Country Harvest Wine. The winery also plays an intricate role each year in the annual Wine Country Harvest Festival (WineFest), a festival that provides tastings by local wineries, sensational food, live music, and tours of nearby wineries.

386 Camelback Road, Tannersville, PA, Phone: 570-851-0030

8. Eagles Rest Cellars

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Eagles Rest Cellars is a newly-established winery that is located in Stroudsburg, in northeast Pennsylvania. This up-and-coming 5-acre vineyard is situated on a magnificent 200-acre farm that is operated and owned by the Fetherman family. For over 30 years, the family has specialized in producing and cutting Christmas trees for generations of families in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. Nearly 3 years ago, they decided to add another business venture to the fold, producing wine. They’re currently working to put all of the necessary pieces together for opening a successful winery, which they hope will be by the end of 2018.

188 Eagles Rest Lane, Stroudsburg, PA, Phone: 570-242-3224

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9. Franklin Hill Vineyards

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Franklin Hill Vineyards opened up its first winery in the year of 1981, following the success of their vineyard. They decided to build the winery underground, using the earth’s natural temperature control to produce and store the finest of Pennsylvania wines. Modestly starting with just a few hundred gallons, Franklin Hill was well on their way to success. Back then, loyal customers would navigate a mile-long dirt road to the winery for wine purchases and tastings. There was even a sign in the parking lot that read: “We are in the vineyard. Honk your horn for service.” Nestled within Eastern Pennsylvania’s rolling hills, the winery offers sensational wine selections, a one-of-a-kind shopping experience, and picturesque views.

292 Frantz Road, Stroudsburg, PA, Phone: 570-619-7260

10. Galen Glen Winery

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Receiving wine from best friends in Hawaii and trips to Germany collided to inspire Sarah and Galen to leave their corporate jobs and take-up ownership of the Troxell Family Double Century Fam in Andreas, Pennsylvania. With Galen’s background in mechanical engineering and knack for growing things, coupled with Sarah’s chemistry background, the two have transitioned into successfully producing some of Pennsylvania’s most impressive wines. The wine cellars are located at the base of a glacially-carved glen, while the tasting room is perched high up on the hillside amid the vineyards. The winery specializes in producing exceptional cool climate wines that include a 2016 Merlot, 2016 Cabernet Franc, and 2016 Riesling.

255 Winter Mountain Drive, Andreas, PA, Phone: 570-386-3682

11. Honey Hole Winery

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Honey Hole Winery is an exquisite winery in Drums, Pennsylvania that produces exceptional wines from natural and local ingredients. The winery is conveniently located just off of Interstate Highway 80, in the northeast part of the state. This Poconos winery offers an extensive range of sensational wines, from sweet Chardonnays and Rieslings to dry Cabernet Sauvignons and Merlots. Visitors who are making their way to Honey Hole for the first time will be impressed with the staff’s extraordinary amount of knowledge for wine, attentive service, and sheer friendliness. Honey Hole is the perfect place to unwind after long day’s work; catch up with old friends over a glass of wine; or have that one-of-a-kind birthday celebration.

2 Honey Hole Road, Drums, PA, Phone: 570-262 9808

12. Lucchi Family Wine Cellars

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Lucchi Family Wine Cellars is a family-owned and operated winery that is located in Scranton, in northeast Pennsylvania. Mark and Robert Lucchi are old-fashioned vintners that got their start with homemade wines. In the 1970’s, the first vines of the modest vineyard were planted, which now produces several barrels of Lucchi Family Wine Cellar’s Concord Estate wine. Robert’s wife, affectionately known as Mrs. Lucchi, has long been the taste-tester of the boys’ wines, and the one to put the final stamp of approval on each barrel. From Cabernet Franc to Zinfandel to Chardonnay to Riesling, visitors will be blown away by the high-quality of wine that is produced at the Lucchi Family Wine Cellars.

134 North Main Avenue, Scranton, PA, Phone: 570-344-7576

13. M & M Vineyards

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M & M Vineyards is a sprawling vineyard that is situated between the Delaware Water Gap and picturesque Pocono Mountains in Bangor, Pennsylvania. This particular site was chosen after implementing extensive soil and land analyses all throughout Northampton County. The vineyards’ south facing slopes offer rocky, well-drained soil that features balanced micronutrients, weathered shales, and a generous amount of mineralogy that culminate in producing highly-expressive wines. The handcrafted, small batch wine-making practices employed by M & M ensures the vineyard produces some of Pennsylvania’s most captivating wines. From Pinot Noir to Chardonnay to Cabernet Franc to Rose blends, visitors will have a wide array of sensational wines to choose from.

18 Shepherds Hill Drive, Bangor, PA, Phone: 845-548-3260

14. Mountain View Vineyard Winery & Brewery

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Mountain View Vineyard Winery & Brewery was established on September 1 of 2009, within the Pocono Mountains of northeast Pennsylvania. Randy and Linda Rice started modestly with just 6 varieties of grapes that they grew on a split-rail fence in their driveway, when those vines flourished, they cleared approximately four acres of their six-acre property for a vineyard. Today, Mountain View Vineyard is sprawling farm at nearly 100 acres in size with thousands of vines. The vineyard also provides a picturesque destinations for showers, weddings, birthdays, and special events. Visitors will have a wide variety to tasty wines to enjoy, including Wild Mountain Rose, Bliss, Timeless, and Split Rail Red.

2332 Walters Road, Stroudsburg, PA, Phone: 570-619-0053

15. Mucciolo Family Wines

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Antonio and Mary Lana opened a small neighborhood general store in 1929 on South Main Street in Old Forge, Pennsylvania. Nearly nine decades later, Natalie Mucciolo Leatherman (their great-granddaughter) has transformed the store into a charming little tasting room for Mucciolo Family Wines, bringing the old store back to life. Much of the store’s rich history still remains, like the plate glass storefront, pressed tin ceiling, ornamental sales counter, and wooden wall shelves; the antique cash register even rings while operating it. Visitors can enjoy a nicely chilled glass of White Peach (medium-bodied white) wine while enjoying a captivating conversation among old friends, family, or new friends.

514 S Main St, Old Forge, PA 18518, Phone: 570-766-7071

16. Pocono Limited Winery

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Pocono Limited Winery is an award-winning winery that is located on North 7th Street in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. They’re known most notably for their sensational, organic La Pomme wine. It’s a crisp and dry wine that has been produced from apples grown organically. In a world dominated by grape wines, La Pomme offers wine enthusiasts something quite unique. The wine’s taste and quality were developed to represent the traditional methods and high standards of European winemaking. Discerning wine connoisseurs will find hand-crafted excellence in each and every one of the winery’s La Pomme bottes. Visitors to Pennsylvania will want to make it a point to check out this proud, medal-winning winery.

45 North 7th Street, Stroudsburg, PA, Phone: 570-424-9784

17. Radical Wine Company

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Radical Wine Company is an urban-style winery that is similar to today’s craft breweries, located in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. The winery procures their fruit and grapes from vineyards that are located in premium regions all over the world. Radical then handcrafts limited, small-batch wines at its urban location in Carbon County, Pennsylvania. The winery offers a decent-sized tasting room that features a combination of rustic and industrial design touches. The tasting room often has live music and open mic nights for guest entertainment. First-time visitors should definitely give the Meat Head Red a try, and when they work up an appetite, a small cheeseboard with charcuterie, assorted cheeses, and accompaniments.

511 Mahoning Drive East, Lehighton, PA, Phone: 610-365-7969

18. RAW Urban Winery & Hard Cidery

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RAW Urban Winery & Hard Cidery is a small, family-run winery located on Main Street in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. RAW’s humbling start began when a couple who shared a passion for wine and travel began making wine within their root cellar in the year of 1999. In 2008, they eventually had a cellar placed in their basement, where they began sourcing oak barrels and fine local grapes to produce their favorite wines. The tasting room is very charming and eco-friendly, as they’ve sourced reusable and sustainable goods to create the tasting bar and much of the room’s décor. Today, visitors can enjoy a wide range of gluten-free ciders and premium vintages in a warm, inviting setting.

616 Main Street, Stroudsburg, PA, Phone: 570-350-2697

19. Sorrenti Family Estate

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Sorrenti Family Estate is a beautiful vineyard that is nestled in the center of the scenic Cherry Valley, in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania. The vineyard offers visitors an idyllic destination for “drinking in” the Pocono Mountains. With its location at the bottom of the Appalachian Mountains, visitors will treated to breathtaking scenery around every corner. Sorrenti’s picturesque winery is not only a place for wine tastings, but for parties, special events, and private tours. Sorrenti provides the perfect place for sampling a plethora of sensational wines; taking a relaxing stroll through the gorgeous property; and indulging in some delicious artisanal pizzas.

130 Lower Cherry Valley Road, Saylorsburg, PA, Phone: 570-992-2255

20. The Renegade Winery

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The Renegade Winery is an unconventional winery that is located on Main Street in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Renegade claims to have created the first urban-concept winery within the Pocono Mountain region. Crafting their premium wines in the center of historic downtown Stroudsburg is what sets this winery apart. They strive to combine tradition with quality, along with the freedom to innovate. The tasting room has a very warm and cozy atmosphere, with its dark hardwood floors, distressed-wood accent walls, earth-tone colors, and candlelit tables. Whether visitors are looking for a crisp Chardonnay, or a floral Pinot Grigio, or a vibrant blend of Cabernet and Merlot, Renegade has them covered.

600 Main Street, Stroudsburg, PA, Phone: 570-350-2638

21. Tolino Vineyards and Winery

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Tolino Vineyards and Winery is a family-operated and owned, nine-acre vineyard that was established in Bangor, Pennsylvania in 2007. They’re committed to preserving their beautiful rural landscape, while growing the region’s finest grapes to handcraft exceptional artisanal wines. The vineyard’s unique terrain plays an intricate role in the growth of their wonderful grapes, leading to the creation of an impressive collection of wines. From the Cabernet Franc to the Pinot Grigio to the Vidal Blanc, visitors will taste the difference in every glass. Tolino also hosts several fun events throughout the year, including Paint Your Glass Off at Tolino Stroudsburg, Santa in a Big Rig and Christmas Craft, and live music every Saturday.

280 Mt Pleasant Road, Bangor, PA, Phone: 610-588-9463

22. Weathered Vineyards & Winery

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Weathered Vineyards & Winery is a splendid winery and vineyard that is perched up on a hill overlooking the Lehigh Valley in New Tripoli, Pennsylvania. The vineyard’s hill top location helps produce a variety of microclimates, which accentuates this unique terroir. Dana and Richard (the owners) are committed to delivering quality wine in each and every bottle their winery produces. They invite travelers to come and share in the beauty of their property, while indulging in some of eastern Pennsylvania’s finest wines. Weathered Vineyard & Winery hosts a number of exciting events each year for visitors to lookout for, including Moravian Star Craft & Wine Night, Holiday Wreath Craft Night, and Holiday Train Ride on the Allentown and Auburn Railroad.

7670 Carpet Road, New Tripoli, PA, Phone: 610-984-2867

23. Wood Winery

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Wood Winery is a family-operated and -owned winery that is located in the Madison Township of northeast Pennsylvania. The winery is committed to sourcing premium fruits – purchasing berries, apples, and grapes that are grown all over Pennsylvania, before producing quality, small-batch wines. The wines are food friendly and fruit forward, representing the different regions in which the fruits were cultivated. In addition to sensational wines, Wood Winery also carries logo apparel, syrup, honey, preserved goods, crackers, local cheese, and much more. Some the winery’s fan-favorites include the Wagon Wheel White, Leap of Faith, Madison White, Barnyard Blush, and Cabernet Franc.

3491 Hornbaker Cemetery Road, Madison Township, PA, Phone: 570-842-6720

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