Ultimate Guide To The Swan Creek Vineyards
Piccione Vineyards has beautiful views from their patio. This is the perfect spot to end a day.
Their patio fireplace will keep you warm in winter and they also have multiple heaters.
They are known for their dry wines like most wineries in Swan Creek. They have fun events like spiked hot chocolate and Girl Scout cookie pairings.
The entrance to Raffaldini is on the same road as Piccione. They can get very busy and also have lots of dry wines to try.
Dobbins Creek has gorgeous views from their back deck. You’ll go down a long gravel road to get here but don’t worry, you’re in the right place.
The tasting room is located in a log cabin so it’s very homey.
The Cab Franc is delicious and they also have the Hemric Mountain Red - a blackberry wine that you should try.
Windsor Run is a winery and distillery too. This is their tasting room where you can buy wine the building below is where you buy liquor.
A line up of some of the spirits they offer.
They have cute places to sit inside or you can go outside onto their deck.
Shadow Springs is one of the only wineries in Swan Creek that has many sweet wines to choose from.
Enjoy walking around the grounds on nice days but they have large windows in their tasting room that brings the outside in.
Here are some of the options you can try! You can choose a small selection of these wines or try all 21 for $30. Make sure to bring a driver.
These wineries are fun to visit year round but I love going in winter for fewer crowds.
Laurel Gray and Midnight Magdalena are two other wineries in Swan Creek.
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