Sponsored Video: Lake Erie Wine Trail

by Jennifer Iannolo

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If you’ve been paying attention on Facebook or Twitter (because we’re the center of your universe), you might have noticed that Chef Mark and I spent a lot of time in Pennsylvania recently. We’re now delighted to share with you Part I of our project, for which we shot a video series for the Pennsylvania Winery Association, featuring 4 of their 11 wine trails throughout the state. Did you know they had wine trails? Now you do.

We started at the farthest point west, on the shores of Lake Erie, which is home to the largest grape-growing region in the U.S. outside of California. Also known as a region for growing Concord grapes, used in jellies and grape juice, the winemakers there have worked tirelessly to show they can grow wine grapes, including specialty hybrids from Europe that are producing some great wines.

We’ll let the winemakers tell you themselves.

The Lake Erie Wine Trail is one of eleven unique wine trails in Pennsylvania. Check out LakeErieWineTrail.org to learn more. Learn about the other trails at PennsylvaniaWine.com.

You can also get trip ideas for your Pennsylvania getaway at visitPA.com.

Disclosure: This video series is a paid project for our client, the Pennsylvania Winery Association.

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