Pinnacle Ridge Winery near Kutztown, Berks County, opened in 1995 just as Pennsylvania’s industry was gaining traction, with at that time around 50 wineries operating.
Today, there are more than 300 across the state.
It’s marked by an iconic bank barn built in 1851, which houses the tasting room and winery, located only a few hundred feet off the entrance to I-78 west of Allentown. Part of its high profile has been gained through a number of awards that it has won consistently since 2003 thanks to the work of winemaker and owner Brad Knapp. You can see the long list at this link.
He is choosing to mark the winery’s 25th anniversary with a 25 percent sale on all wines and retail items, beginning Monday and continuing through the end of the year. It’s a sale that cannot be combined with other discounts. Purchases can me made in person,