Tour Montco’s Finest Wineries
Montco offers an impressive selection of family-owned wineries wine connoisseurs won’t want to miss.
Featuring two locations in Montco — Montgomeryville and Ambler — Stone and Key Cellars gives you double the reasons to try its classic wines (made from grapes grown in places like Italy and California) and ciders. In addition to wine tastings, visitors can create custom wines, book the venue for special events, and even attend a yoga class paired with Cellars wine.
Cardinal Hollow Winery in Lansdale specializes in traditional reds and whites and unique wines made out of jalapeños or cranberries, to name a few. If you're looking for a beer or mixed drink, Cardinal has those too. Plus, the winery hosts food and music events and private gatherings for large groups.
Back of the line Napa, Sonoma, Oregon; D'Adello has tastings that vie with some of the best in the industry. A $10 charge includes a sampling of 14 different wines, each made with local grapes and whole fruits, and a commemorative glass to take home.
An urban winery in Montgomeryville, PA, offering high quality wines and ciders featuring ingredients from around the world. Create your own wine with our experienced winemakers, or book your next event at our charming venue.
Family Winery featuring very unique wines that no one else is making like: Jalapeno, Whiskey Mead, Cupuacu, Hazelnut Port, Gewurztraminer, etc. This winery can host parties, bridal showers, etc. up to 100 people. Hours: Daily 12-6, except Sun til 5 p.m. Admission: No cover, samples are $1 each.
This niche producer is the second location of a much larger operation near Harrisburg, but the winemaking skill hasn't been diluted one drop. A tasting of a dozen different varieties and flavor profiles can be served up in a quaint setting for a mere $6.
133 Cressman Road Souderton Pull into the driveway here carefully, as you're likely to send the resident chickens and kitties scattering. This tiny family winery produces small batches that are big on attentive care and exacting standards. The barn, dating back to the 1850s, also serves as an event…