Beginning Nov. 1 and continuing through March 31, 2020, the Bucks County Wine Trail is opening its tasting room doors and beckoning visitors for a new adventure – this one with leisurely, self-guided travel (and wine) as its focus. Dubbed Passport to Bucks, guests are invited to purchase a VIP wine-tasting card for $30 and enjoy a world-class tasting at each of the seven wineries. Instead of a stamp as is commonplace when passport-holders visit foreign countries, the Passport to Bucks bearer, with each winery visit, will have his or her card punched. Once all seven wineries have been visited, the card will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win two cases of locally made wine.


Wine enthusiasts can make passport stops at their own pace, over the course of a weekend, a few weekends or seasonally. No matter when you choose to visit Bucks County, the Bucks County Wine Trail invites wine-lovers from near and far to slow down, take it all in, and sample a wide range of locally made passport-worthy wines. 


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The Bucks County Wine Trail is comprised of Bishop Estate Vineyard and Winery, Buckingham Valley Vineyards, Crossing Vineyards and Winery, Rose Bank Winery, Rushland Ridge Vineyards, Sand Castle Winery and Wycombe Vineyards. Passport to Bucks cards are available for purchase at each of the wineries, as well as Visit Bucks County.


For more information on the Bucks County Wine Trail, visit To learn more about Passport to Bucks, please click here.


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