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Pocono Wine Tours – Fun in the Pocono Mountains

Pocono Wine Tours

One of the Most Fun Things to Do in the Poconos

A Pocono Wine Trail tour is a great way to spend the day in the Pocono Mountains. You’ll enjoy meeting local vineyard owners and winemakers as you travel throughout the region. From lush vineyard settings to edgy urban interiors, there’s something for everyone to enjoy during their wine tour.

The Pocono Wine Trail

You can explore nine wineries along the Pocono Wine Trail. Each small business delivers a unique atmosphere and experience.
Every one offers special events and drink specials. Many provide vineyard and/or winemaking tours. We also partner on a some special events (like a Valentine Wine and Chocolate Weekend and a Hallowine Celebration) throughout the year.

This interactive Pocono Wine Trail map will help you plan your journey.

Wine Trail Wineries

  • Big Creek Vineyard

    120 Keller Road, Kresgeville, PA 18333

  • Blue Ridge Estate

    239 Blue Ridge Road, Saylorsburg, PA 18353

  • Brook Hollow Winery

    594 State Highway 94, Columbia, New Jersey, 07832

  • Franklin Hill Vineyards

    7833 Franklin Hill Road, Bangor, PA, 18013

  • Mountain View Vineyard, Winery & Distillery (Our Place!)

    5866 Neola Road, Stroudsburg, PA, 18360

  • Rowan Asher Winery (RAW)

    103 Gypsum Road, Suite A, Stroudsburg, PA, 18360

  • The Renegade Winery

    600 Main Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360

  • Sorrenti Cherry Valley Vineyards

    130 Lower Cherry Valley Road, Saylorsburg, PA, 18353

  • Tolino Vineyards

    280 Mt. Pleasant Road, Bangor, PA, 18013

Pocono Wine Trail Transportation

Since the trail involves driving, we highly recommend that you get a designated driver or hire a service. Our customers have had great things to say about Pocono Wine Tours and Renegade Tours.

Plan Your Pocono Wine Tour

There are wineries near Stroudsburg, wineries near Tannersville, and wineries near Jim Thorpe so no matter where you are staying during your Pocono vacation, there should be a wine tour stop near you.

There’s no preset itinerary. You can completely personalize your wine tour trip. Start and stop at any winery you choose and visit as many (or as few) as you’d like on any day. If you want to visit all of the Pocono wineries, we suggest you split the trail over the course of at least two days to safely manage your alcohol consumption.

You don’t need reservations to take a winery tour in the Poconos. You just need to want to have a great time! So gather your friends and pick a time to explore the Pocono Wine Trail!

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