An Experience with Nature
Nestled within the majestic Allegheny Mountains of Western Pennsylvania, overlooking the Allegheny River.
Our Foxburg, PA Home
Foxburg Wine Cellars opened our doors May 1, 2003 and specialize in low sulfated, naturally processed wines, all made and bottled here in Foxburg, Pennsylvania.
We feature one of the largest tasting/retail outlet stores in Pennsylvania, offering over 30 varieties of wine, wine accessories, glassware, clothing, gifts, meats, cheeses, coffees and home winemaking supplies.
Tour our winery any day of the week and lounge in our outdoor covered patio for an experience of pure wine enjoyment.
For Any Occasion
If you’re looking for wine, look no further. Our selection is among the best in the state, and you can even sample before you buy!
Come to Foxburg and check out our extensive wine menu with over 30 different varieties of wine to choose from.
The "King" of Pennsylvania grapes.
The "Fruit of the Vine" wrapped in a bottle.
Our own blend of red grapes. A "melting pot" of tastes.
Cherry Blossom Red
The perfect marriage of all natural cherry and red grapes.
The healthiest wine in the world.
The "Merlot" of Pennsylvania grapes. Dry and smooth.
Slightly sweet with bold Foch quality.
Our own "Chianti"-style blend.
Lots of nice gifts. Wine tasting is really nice! The area is quaint with a nice art gallery nearby. Beautiful views of the river.
I am not sure even where to begin - I love everything about Foxburg Wine Cellars - The staff is knowledgeable and friendly, the facility is small but not cramped, and the wine is some of the best wine I have ever tasted. Take the time to stop in and sample a few; I bet you won't leave empty handed!
WOW!!! What a great find !!! We were driving along Interstate 80 in Pennsylvania and happen to stumble upon; The Foxburg Winery. This hidden gem was such a delight. The staff is so friendly and extremely knowledgeable about their wine, you'll think you died and went to heaven !!! Don't miss this quaint little Winery nestled in the trees right off I 80 in Pennsylvania.