Seven Valleys Vineyard and Winery

885 Georges Court
Glen Rock, PA 17327

717-235-6281

History of Seven Valleys Vineyard and Winery

The Seven Valleys Vineyard and Winery started as just one of the many southern Pennsylvania farms tucked into the rolling countryside just a mile and a half from the heart of Shrewsbury. The house was hardly more than a shell, and all that remained of the barn was the stone foundation.

Fred and Lynn Hunter then living in the Philadelphia area, saw the potential and purchased the property. They planted their first crop of grapevines in 1976, commuting on weekends to tend to their crop. That first harvest yielded about three tons of grapes.

The size of the vineyard has grown over six-fold since then. However, it was not until 1994 that the winery was started. In the interim, the vineyard's grapes were harvested and sold to other local wineries.

In fact, it was not until 1990 that the Hunters, both psychologists by profession, restored their centuries old farmhouse and became full-time local residents. The barn was rebuilt on its old foundation and became the site for the winery, which is flanked by a picturesque pond and overlooks the vineyard. The winery's Tasting Room was used for public and private tasting parties and catered events.

In 2011 Seven Valleys Vineyard and Winery was turned over to Joe and Kim Miller of Dover, Pennsylvania. Their love and passion for wine, coupled with their dream of starting their own business led them to Seven Valleys Vineyard and Winery.

The southern Pennsylvania location is, indeed, perfect for the Millers' wine business - not only because of the climate and growing conditions but also because of the local community's taste for these award-winning wines.

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