1599 Old Line Rd
Phone: (717) 664-4563
Contact: Kimberly Waltz
Waltz Vineyards was established in 1997 by Jan and Kimberly Waltz. Situated on a beautiful hill between Lancaster and Lebanon, Pennsylvania, our sixth generation family farm boasts a unique micro-climate and world class vineyard soils. This terroir is ideal for growing vinifera wine grapes!
To date, we have worked diligently and secured a reputation for producing premium quality fruit. Our vineyards are meticulously maintained because great wines are grown in the vineyard! It was this knowledge that led us to our dream of producing superior quality vinifera wines.
In 2000, we hand crafted our first wine in our exterior garage. It was truly a "garage wine". Each year thereafter we perfected the art of fermenting, blending and creating wines that were made only from hand picked, carefully selected fruit. Our wines were well received and, like our fruit, they became known as an exceptional product in the industry.
Finally, in 2008, we decided to make our dream a reality and build our own winery! Our fun new facility utilizes the most modern wine-making technology imported from Italy. In addition, all of our wines are fermented in stainless steel tanks and aged in 100% French oak barrels. We are excited about the fact that our new facility was designed, constructed, electrified, plumbed, tiled and heated by local businesses, most of them established in Manheim.
So now......it is with much hard work and great excitement that Waltz Vineyards is able to offer our wines to you. Our Tuscan inspired tasting room features a "little of the old" and a "little of the new". Beautiful new works by local artists are displayed on the walls while old tobacco lathe from our fifth generation farm adds character to this cozy atmosphere. We can't wait to show you around!
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