5 Great Wine Tasting Events to Celebrate PA Wine Month

Did you know that America’s first commercial winery was located in Montgomery County? This October celebrate Pennsylvania Wine Month by getting to know our local wineries and tasting some of the incredible wines from our region at these select events. Want even more? See the full schedule of tastings and educational events.


October 10th & throughout October

161 W Girard Ave

Cost: Pay as you go

Dressler Estate will spend the evening at Cadence offering local beverage pairings with the evening’s four-course dinner menu on Thursday, October 10. Try pairing Dressler’s Modern Sparkling or Origin Manor with your dessert. Every Thursday thereafter in October, Cadence will offer glasses of Dressler Modern Sparkling to accompany any four-course dinner.


Jet Wine Bar

October 19th & throughout October

1525 South St

Cost: Pay as you go

Sip on PA wines and eat PA cheeses all throughout October at Jet Wine Bar. Learn about the connection between local wines and a statesman with local connections, Alexander Hamilton. A flight of four local wines will be available all month long. Featured wineries include Fero VineyardsStony Run Winery, and Penns Woods Winery. Take it outside and enjoy Pennsylvania wines and foods in their Wine Garden on the weekend of October 19th and maybe meet a few local makers!


The Love 

October 22nd

130 S 18th St

Cost: Pay as you go

You can try PA wines year-round at The Love, but during October they are offering an expanded by-the-glass menu. Check out the “100 Mile Dinner” on October 22 – an exclusive ticketed event featuring food and fare all sourced within 100 miles of the restaurant. Labeled as an “Autumn Convivium” this elaborate dinner will feature local wines presented by Beverage Director, Alexandra Cherniavsky and winemaker Sarah Troxell from Galen Glen Vineyard & Winery.



October 23rd

414 S 2nd St

Cost: Pay as you go

Taste several PA wines during the “Open Bottles” event at Headhouse Square’s newest cafe/wine bar/wine shop. Bottles from the tasting will also be available for purchase.


Throughout October

1 N 19th St

Cost: Pay as you go

Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s new restaurant on 59th-floor of the newly opened Four Seasons Philadelphia has become a hit destination. Stop by this sophisticated dining spot to enjoy a glass (or more) of Pennsylvania wine by Penns Woods Winery, along with some incredible views of the Philadelphia skyline.


Lead photo by Ted Nghiem, courtesy of Pennsylvania Wines.