Our four estate vineyards are some of the most expressive in Pennsylvania and consistently produce compelling, distinctive, soil-driven wine that are unique to each vineyard. 100% of the grapes for our Maple Springs Vineyard Estate wines are grown on the property. We have ten acres fenced in and seven of those are under vine. We do not have any plans to expand or plant new fields – we believe it’s important to preserve the natural beauty of the area which means not disturbing the wooded areas.
The town where we’re located, Bechtelsville, is situated on the far east side of Berks County near the Montgomery County line. It has a fairly moderate continental climate. When compared to other areas of Pennsylvania, winters tend to be shorter and milder and summers are longer and humid. Berks County has an average rainfall of 46 inches, and the frequency of storms ensures an adequate (and sometimes too much!) supply of moisture throughout the year.
Our vineyards are planted on south-facing aspects of steep hills with rocky granite and shale soil that allows for excellent drainage.
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