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What’s a wine? What’s a mead? What’s a cider?

We value the safety of our crew and community. We are offering shipping and scheduled store/curbside pickup via on-line ordering and payment.  
• Scheduled hours for pickup: Monday, Thursday, Friday 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm; Sat 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
• For delivery - UPS will pickup from our winery by the next business day 

• GIFT CARDS

- if ordering for store pickup, simply use your gift card in payment options when checking out. 

- if ordering for shipping, please contact us and we can apply the your physical or electronic gift card towards your shipping order prior to you placing it. Call or email.  

• Cash and Unscheduled visits.  We will never turn you away and are happy to see you! We simply ask all our customers wear a mask, limit to 2 customers in store at a time, and maintain your distance.


Our products are also available at these fine establishments.  Please check with them for details:


To go
American Candle Company, Bartonsville
Sabatini's Bar & Bottle Shop, Exeter


In house enjoyment 
Cooper’s Seafood, Scranton (draft occasionally)
Hopping Eagle Brewing Company, Hawley
Gold Crown Pizza, Dunmore, (draft occasionally)
Susquehanna Brewing Company, Plains

When we think of wine, we picture that glass of alcoholic beverage made from grapes. However, grape wine is only one type of wine. In the United States, wine is defined as having more than between 7% and 24% alc./vol. Wine is made from grapes and other agricultural products.

Here is a quick, simple summary:

  • Cider is made from the fermented juice of apples (apple wine) or pears (perry, pear wine). Hard cider refers to the nonalcoholic cider fermented into alcohol. 
  • Grape Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from grapes
  • Mead, or honey wine, is an alcoholic beverage created by fermenting honey


This is just the start as you can have fruit wine (blueberry, raspberry, peach, etc.), maple wine, rhubarb wine, etc.  So when you hear the word wine, remember there is more than just the grape.