Guests of the Bucks County Wine Trail will have the chance to sample three unique cheese and wine pairings at each of the eight member locations on select Sundays in June. This first-ever trail-wide offering kicks off on Sunday, June 4 (which happens to be National Cheese Day), and concludes on Sunday, June 11.
Visitors can opt to make stops along the Bucks County Wine Trail on June 4, June 11 or on both days. This self-guided wine and cheese tasting experience provides one visit to each winery (and cidery) per ticket.
Each Bucks County Wine Trail location will feature special pairings of three wines (or ciders) complemented by three unique cheeses from noon to 5 p.m. on June 4 and 11. Locations will feature unique cheese-centric dips from Newtown-based BowlFace, as well as cheese from September Farm Cheese, Dietz & Watson, Keystone Farms Cheese and wide-ranging cheese varieties, including French brie, Danish blue cheese and drunken goat cheese, just to name a few.
Guests can enjoy wine and cheese pairings at: Bishop Estate Vineyard and Winery, Buckingham Valley Vineyards, Crossing Vineyards and Winery, Manoff Market Cidery, Rose Bank Winery, Rushland Ridge Vineyards, Sand Castle Winery, Vino by Zzino at Bishop Estate Vineyard and Winery.
Additional wine and cider tastings, wine and cider by the glass or bottle as well as wine slushies and cocktails (at some locations) will be available for purchase. Prices and availability will vary by winery.
The wine trail does not necessarily have a beginning or ending point. Visitors are invited to start at any location they choose.
Transportation is not provided for the self-guided tour. However, a number of touring companies and limousine services provide transportation to wine trail guests.
Tickets for the event cost $80 and include three wine and cheese pairings at each location. Ticket holders are welcome to visit on either or both days. Ticket redemption includes one visit to each location. Visit bucks-county-wine-trail.ticketleap.com/.