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Greendance--The Winery at Sand Hill

Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania
Contact: Jay Brown
306 Deer Field Rd, Mt Pleasant , PA 15666
Phone: (724) 547-6500
Greendance on a winter's night

Greendance on a winter's night

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About Us:

Greendance--The Winery at Sand Hill is located on the same farm as Sand Hill Berries. Sand Hill Berries' fruits are used to make exquisite fruit wines and ports. Award-winning artisanal grape wines, both white and red, using cold climate grapes grown here and grapes from other climactic regions in Pennsylvania. The original Sand Hill Berries family and winemaker Walt Vinoski and his wife have created a perfect symbiotic relationship here to keep alive this farm which has been a farm for nearly 250 years. The barn cornerstone is carved with the numerals 11-1779, and General Braddock camped on the farm on July 2 and 3, 1755, on the way to his defeat at Fort Duquesne.
Visitors can taste up to 5 wines (and there is no charge)and then relax with a picnic lunch and a bottle of wine in the dessert cafe, butterfly garden , or in a secluded area of the farm.

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Business Hours:

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12 - 5 

Closed Thanksgiving,Christmas Day & New Year's Day. Open 1/2 day on Christmas Eve & New Year's Eve 

Classification of Business:


  • AgriTourism
  • Other
  • Workshops


  • Vineyard Management - Viticulture


Food Products

  • Specialty Foods


  • Grapes - Processed
  • Grapes - Wine


  • Other

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