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Planting a Vineyard

For farmers, the excitement rivals opening day of baseball season at Citi Field, but this is a much different field — a vineyard field. Randy and the crew are pumped for opening day of planting season. They’re planting a new vineyard along Walter’s Road in Hamilton Township, Monroe County. This vineyard will produce Petite Pearl grapes. They make a fine, …

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An Inside Look at Our Wine Bottling Process

It’s wine bottling day! Today, we’re packaging bottles of our signature Split Rail Red. We’re inviting you to join us for this behind-the-scenes tour of our Pocono mountain wine making facility. That fancy looking gadget is our bottle filler. The wine runs from a 300 gallon tank, through the tubes and into bottles. Frank is filling six bottles at a …

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Wine Bottle Crafts

So, you visited our winery in the Poconos, and now have empty bottles in the recycling container. Rescue those, quick. We’re about to do a bottle makeover. Here are four seriously fun ways to upcyle your wine bottles. If you don’t have any used bottles around, we guess you’ll just have to empty some (the easiest part of the crafts …

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We’re Working Hard on the Farm

Here’s a look at the serious side of our seriously fun business. Randy and Frank are working hard to prepare the vineyard for growing season. They’re digging post holes to hold up new vines. The posts will help our trellises hold massive amounts of grapes. Each grape vine carries about 15 pounds of grapes. So, there can easily be about …

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Welcome to Our New Website

Pop the cork and pour some bubbly! We’re celebrating our new website launch. Due to popular demand, we’ve started on online store. We also have an events page. So, you can check out everything going on at the winery each month. You can learn about all of your favorite wines and spirits. Plus, see how we got started. You’ll find …