Several of the wineries that comprise the Bucks County Wine Trail are celebrating Valentine’s Day with food and wine pairings, tastings, and seasonal offerings.
“We invite all wine lovers to join us in celebrating Valentine’s Day,” said Bucks Count Wine Trail President Jim Jenks, owner of Unami Ridge Winery. “Our wineries offer great tastes for everyone.”
Here’s a look at how the wineries are commemorating Valentine’s Day:
- Buckingham Valley Vineyards is offering “Labels of Love” from Feb. 1 through Feb. 14. Choose from a dozen different Valentine’s Day-themed labels on bottles of award-winning Pink Champagne for $12.50 per bottle. Labels can be personalized with a name for an additional $1.
- Peace Valley Winery will release a new wine called “Strawberry Passion” just in time for Valentine’s Day. This sweet white wine features natural strawberry flavors, and comes in a 500ml heart-shaped bottle. It will be available on Feb. 10.
- Rose Bank Winery will be highlighting its Raspberry Secret and Chocolate Orange Port the first two weeks of February. Special pricing will be offered with a Brix chocolate and wine purchase.
- Unami Ridge Winery will offer its popular Blushing wine for Valentine’s Day.
- Crossing Vineyards and Winery will host a romantic candlelit Valentine’s Dinner at 7 p.m. on Feb. 13 and Feb. 14. The dinner includes a five-course gourmet meal and a bottle of house wine per couple. Cost: $89 per person plus tax (gratuity not included) Menu substitutions may be arranged in advance.
- New Hope Winery will host a four-course Valentine’s Day dinner on Feb. 14 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The meal features four wines pairings. Musician Kara Lia will perform. Cost is $75.
- Sand Castle Winery will host a five-course guided food and wine tasting provided by Joey G’s Premiere Catering and Events. The event begins with a wine sampling of current releases (from 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.) The sit-down meal is from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost is $40 per person.
The Bucks County Wine Trail was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 2004.