Sunday, July 10, 2011

Grape Expectations for Lancaster County

Plentiful rainfall this spring and a warm summer are making vintners pretty happy in Lancaster County. Jan Waltz, of Waltz Vineyard says that the heat index is ahead of last year and they are busy thinning the canopy of leaves so that the grapes have ample sun and air flow.

Here at Lancaster County Tours we’re gearing up for another Wine and Cheese Tour on July 23.

It’s not too late to join us and discover the beautiful vistas of Lancaster County and get to know the artisans that create the cheese and produce the wines. It’s a place unlike anywhere else on earth.

Because this tour is so popular, we’ve added an additional Wine and Cheese Tour on September 10 - our harvest tour.  

No two tours are ever the same. Book the tour (888-449-4423) and stay for the weekend at one of our fabulous inns: The Australian Walkabout, The Artist's Inn, Flowers and Thyme Bed and Breakfast, Harvest Moon Bed and Breakfast and Historic Smithton Inn.

The best part is that you don't have to worry about drinking and driving, following directions or getting lost....

And there's a wonderful wine-paired dinner at the end of the day!

1 comment:

Richard said...

Greetings from south Lebanon county's Amish community. It is really very hot outside as the grass is yellowing and in much need of water. Nothing beats the fires that we had in Florida a few years ago. Richard from Amish Stories.