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Adams County Winery, Orrtanna

(4.3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went to the tasting room in the town of Gettysburg, the wine was great! I bought the Stray Cat wine it's amazing!  more »
  • The tasting was great. Tasted all 18 with three people. Great pairing offered and the store was outstanding. Totally worth a visit.  more »
  • We tainted our tastebuds with some local wine samples while waiting for our table to be ready a few doors down for lunch. The sommelier was friendly, upbeat, and very knowledgeable. We ended up buying...  more »
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  • I've the variety of wines and fun yet knowledgeable staff. You can have fun and not be in a stuffy atmosphere. Barrel tasters club is a bonus
  • The wines were better than I expected - very good, I might even say. I can see where the low rating reviews are coming from re: service and venue, but I have a different perspective on it. It has kind of a "mom and pop" feel, which I find refreshing. The staff were knowledgeable about their work and perfectly friendly on the two occasions that I've been there; however, they don't provide white glove service. They kind of move at their own pace and seem preoccupied with operations at times. You're basically buying wine from a room in a barn in Pennsylvania, and keeping that in mind anchored my expectations in such a way that I was happy with the experience. If you have some time to kill in the area, perhaps because you're spending some time at Ski Liberty, check them out. The wines are very good in my opinion and, perhaps thanks to the significant differences in terroir, quite distinct from e.g. California wines of the same varietal. Tastings are offered, so form your own opinions on the wine. Some are far too sweet for my taste, but are described as such. Others are drier and on point. Each time I visited, the staff was able to find several bottles to my taste. If a wine strikes your fancy particularly, cases are available at reasonable, discounted rates if you ask. Overall, it's a good deal on local wine in a relaxed setting devoid of pretense. What's not to like?
  • Beautiful Place! Food and Wine are GREAT!
  • Wonderful wine and amazing staff! Dan did our tasting and was very accommodating and knowledgable. Try the chili on a cold day- fabulous experience!
  • This was my first trip to a winery, and I had a really nice time. Chris gave us our tour, and she was really nice and helpful. It was just me and my girlfriend on the tour, so it was very comfortable. The wines were good, but my opinion is not the most educated one! I have two complaints though. The first is that we were given 7 tastings instead of the 8 promised on the website. The second is that the glasses we were given on the Historic Tour were 150th Anniversary glasses for the Battle of Gettysburg. They look kind of tacky, and I'm not sure why they're still giving them out an entire year after the 150th anniversary... So overall, I'd recommend the winery, but go for the tour that includes the bottle of wine because the glasses are not very nice... Also, make sure you get the number of tastings that you paid for.