A Warm Welcome
to Amore Vineyards and Winery

Amore loves to celebrate and we host special events often each year. Please come back often to see what's next on our calendar and so that you don't miss anything! Amore is a member of the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail and we participate in all Wine Trail festive events. We look forward to your visit.

Vino in the Valley Passport Program
The wine enthusiast knows that March means being out and about touring the 9 wineries along the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail for food and wine pairings, and a month of fun. (March 7 & 8; 14 & 15; 21 & 22; 28 & 29, 2015)
Spring Wine & Cheese Pairing Event
Taking place mid-spring, this event features the pairing of cheeses with local wines at each of our nine member wineries. Each winery will select one of its fine wines to pair with the perfect cheese and will offer complimentary tastings of the pairing to wine lovers who will explore how the texture, acidity, fat and tannin compliment or contrast each other. (May 16 & 17, 2015)
Wine on the Mountain
Hit the road and head to Penn’s Peak in nearby Jim Thorpe for this festival which includes wine samplings from our wineries in your own commemorative glass. Relax with a glass of wine on the panoramic outdoor deck with a view of Beltzville Lake and the Pocono Mountains. (July 25 & 26, 2015)
Harvest Weekend – The Butcher, The Baker and TheWinemaker
When fall rolls around, it’s time to kick off harvest season! Lehigh Valley Wine Trail will celebrate with its annual harvest event. The nine wineries will welcome wine lovers for tastings, vineyard and winery tours, food and wine pairing, and live entertainment. (September 12 & 13, 2015)
Chambourcin Weekend
The nine locally-owned and operated wineries of the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail will introduce wine lovers to the region’s official wine grape during Chambourcin Weekend.The Chambourcin is the only wine grape that is grown by all nine wineries. (October 17 & 18, 2015)
Nouveau Weekend
The nine wineries of the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail debut the first wines from the new vintage during Nouveau Weekend, the last Wine Trail event of the year. Wineries will also feature food and wine pairings for visitors to sample. Nouveau wines are bottled very young without barrel aging, and exhibit lots of fruitiness. They are light, fruity and semi-dry to dry red wines. (November 21 & 22, 2015)