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All reviews friendly staff lehigh valley wine tasting last stop memorial day weekend my favorite dark chocolate bar area nice tasting bought bottles down the road clover hill downstairs red winery chambourcin variety
This was the last stop on our family wine tour. It was fun and
the wine was good from what the gals told me. I was the designate driver. The gals all bought their favorites and had
a good time teasing one another.
Stopped at a few wineries in the area and this is by far our favorite stop. Friendly and very helpful staff the vine cellar is amazing they have music on weekends. You can also get small appetizer plates. Let's not forget the complimentary wine tastings.
After visiting Clover Hill Winery we decided to try Vynecrest which is only a mile or two away. We arrived with only 30 minutes before closing. The atmosphere is warm and rustic. A nice variety of wines and free tastings. I drink both white and...More
At first look we didn’t think much of it. But when we went in, the tasting was complementary and the staff was friendly and informative. After we had our tasting we went down into the bar area and had a lovely time enjoying our glasses...More
A great winery that has been around since 1974 so they know what they are doing when it comes to wine 🍷 the people were so accommodating and nice 👍 to us. We bought six bottles of wine and the tasting of six wines during...More
I saw a sign for Vynecrest on a beautiful sunny autumn day last fall. I turn and drove up the hill. There it was tucked into the hillside with a commanding view of the valley. I had to take photos.
The staff was delightful. I...More
Opened on Memorial Day weekend we visited and were delighted. Though the tasting portion is small the tasting is free - whether you buy or not. As wine is to taste you have to make up your mind. We liked the Naked Chardonnay and the...More
On an extreley cold Wednesday morning during my time-off in December,I got ready and took out my old Buick and headed towards Bethlehem,PA. Visited the industry museum next to Bethlehem steel plant and was very dissapointed to see that the stairs and the elevator to...More