Our Tour showcases four distinctive wineries
and one amazing restaurant.
Adams County Winery, located in downtown Gettysburg and the home winery only 8 miles west of Gettysburg. ACW has been making wine for 40 years. Celebrating their anniversary in 2015, they are the fifth oldest operating winery in Pennsylvania. During that time, their business has grown into a nationally recognized producer of award-winning wines and has garnered over 140 medals since 2000. They welcome you to “25C,” their downtown Gettysburg wine shop, for a taste of history.
Food 101, Step through the door of Gettysburg’s newest culinary treasure and be drawn in by the amazing aroma wafting from the open kitchen. A cozy setting with the feel of a modern diner, guests have their pick of small tables or communal dining. The new American cuisine is full of selection and flavor with a changing menu to keep you coming back for something new. Open daily for lunch and dinner, select from fresh salads like watermelon feta or berry almond. Dive into an artisan pizza with toppings like fennel sausage and broccolini or wild mushroom. There’s nothing common about the mouth-watering vegetable powerhouse sandwich on wheat berry bread, the muffaletta or the farfalle. Be sure to include a side of house cut truffle parmesan fries. Make sure you save room for a delicious dessert and choose from a selection of cookies, cakes and pies complemented by a frothy cappuccino or caramel macchiato. Lunch, dinner or weekend brunch, be sure to make Food 101 part of your next Gettysburg getaway.
Hauser Estate Winery has been established as an alternative agri-tourism venture in the historic area of Gettysburg, PA. Grape vineyards are the newest use of their fertile farmland, previously home to acres of Pennsylvania’s apples. An underground winery and cider production facility sets beneath their 360 degree glass enclosed tasting room that overlooks miles of farmland, orchards and forests, extending toward the national Civil War Battlefield. We hope you enjoy their efforts and passion to preserve America’s farmland.
Knob Hall Winery is Located in Washington County, MD and is blessed with rich local minerals in their soil, producing some of the area's best wine. Knob Hall is known for its French style influence and catchy names including Gold Digger and Jealous Mistress. They have an almost 200- acre property that sets beneath the forested slopes of Fairview Mountain. They recently opened their second location that is located in the historic Jeannie Wade birthplace. Knob Hall truly is a winery for generations past, present and future. Come be a part of the experience!
Reid’s Orchard and Winery is a family owned and operated winery, vineyard and orchard. The winery was established in 2009, and the orchard has been in operation for almost 40 years. They feature a wide variety of handcrafted red, white and fruit wines, as well as a growing line of hard ciders. They offer live music, wine and food pairings and other special events at both of their locations in downtown Gettysburg and in the beautiful Buchanan Valley, only 20 minutes outside of Gettysburg.
DEPARTURE TIME: 2:30 p.m. in season and 4:00 p.m. off season
DURATION OF TOUR: 3 hours
WALKING DISTANCE: Easy walk under a mile
WALK LEVEL: Easy
DAYS ARE TOURS OFFERED: Friday
STARTING POINT: Meets on Chambersburg Street (exact location provided with tickets)
ENDING POINT: Baltimore Street
CAPACITY: A minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 10 people per tour
VEGETARIAN/GLUTEN FREE/LACTOSE OPTIONS? Yes
PRIVATE GROUP TOURS AVAILABLE? Yes
ALLERGIES: Yes, with advance notice, stated on reservation
Discover Gettysburg’s food and wine scene. We like to think of it as the new culinary frontier where food, wine and history come together to create a most delicious experience. Gettysburg is proud to showcase four distinctive wineries, all of which have a tasting room location within our downtown area coupled with a handcrafted artisanal food experience.
Adams County is well known for its agritourism. Vineyards and family farms grace our backyards and represent the early settlers who cultivated and nurtured these fields since the early 1800s. Come join us for a one-of-a-kind tasting experience!
Food establishments are subject to change without notice.