Lehigh Valley is hidden amid the beautiful rolling hills of eastern Pennsylvania, and is just 90 minutes west of Manhattan and 60 minutes north of Philadelphia.
The Valley is home to three historic cities; Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton and has an abundance of scenic countryside and quaint towns throughout the area. Lehigh Valley is easily accessible by major highways and an international airport.
Members of the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail welcome guests to their tasting rooms year round, to taste and explore the diversity of vinifera wines such as Pinot Noir, Riesling, Cabernet Franc or Gruner Veltliner to hybrid wines such as Chambourcin or Vidal Blanc.
The destination offers a wide variety of tourism activities from casino gaming to year round recreation, along with wineries. A visitor to Lehigh Valley can enjoy a round of golf in the summer, ski or snowboard in the winter and everything in between. The area is also home to cycling, arts & culture and history as well as a great selection of special events from community fairs to regional food events all featuring the areas' local authenticity. Enough choice to compliment any wine tasting experience.
Visitors can expect dining choices from the discriminating to the sublime; upscale, gourmet restaurants right out of Manhattan to small, out-of-the-way places serving tasty ethnic cuisine. Culinary exploration to pair with regional diversity in winemaking is a very real opportunity to enjoy.
Variety in accommodations from a special night in a mansion, to historic inns and charming B&B's enhance the conventional hotel offerings. Adventurous visitors can spread out under the stars at a variety of campgrounds . Whatever you're sophistication calls for in lodging, you'll find it here.
If you thought you were coming just for the wine there is so much more.