A mountaintop vineyard with award-winning wines located in a restored 1880's barn. At the turn of the century, the farm was owned by U.S. Senator William E. Crow who opened his mountain estate to many visitors including President Harding and Black Jack Pershing. Winery owner Sharon Klay and her husband John purchased 215-acre Fayette Springs Farm in 1986. The original 1,000 vines on the property were increased to 14,000 vines, and Fayette County's first commercial winery, named after the Klays' son Christian, opened in 1997. Offers murder mysteries and a "Wine & Dine in the Woods" series.
|Address:||412 Fayette Springs Road
Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania 15421