“Life is for living and wineries are a great place to do it.” - Jim Melillo
Wine trails and tours are traditionally looked upon as a late spring to early autumn excursion that people go on, tasting the season’s wines after they have properly aged over the winter.
There is also the aesthetic value of going to a winery when the farms are lush and full of green and purple grapes in full growth, ready for harvest.
But a couple years ago, a handful of wineries across the state decided it would be a good idea to encourage the wine market by having a winter wine trail.
By Tim Leininger, Journal Inquirer