2006 UnCork York Tour de Tanks

Premier Event Offers Special Vintage Previews

YORK, Pa., Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ — The award-winning wineries of Pennsylvania’s Dutch Country Roads Region invite you to UnCork York this spring, as they welcome visitors into the cellars for special vintage previews during the 2006 UnCork York Tour de Tanks. Celebrate the arrival of new vintages every Saturday in March with unique tank and barrel tastings from Noon to 5 p.m. at the 10 wineries on the NEW UnCork York Wine Trail.

Nestled in the scenic heart of Pennsylvania’s number-one tourist region, the UnCork York Trail features 10 family-owned wineries in the York, Lancaster, and Harrisburg region.

Visitors are sure to find something to please their palate during the 2006 Tour de Tanks event. Join us March 4th and 18th when our wineries will feature cheesy delights to pair with your favorite vintage, then visit on March 11th and 25th when sweet treats tempt your taste buds.

Tickets are $10 (one ticket is good for all four weekends) and can be purchased at participating wineries. Use your ticket at any of the wineries during the event to get 10% off the sale of wine, and be sure to get that ticket stamped to become eligible for UnCork York prizes!

Area bed & breakfasts and hotels are offering unique packages to add that special touch to your Tour de Tanks experience. Visit http://www.uncorkyork.com/ for more information on the event, or call the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 1-888-858-YORK.

York County, the Factory Tour Capital of the World, is just a short drive to other popular destinations including Lancaster’s Amish Country, Gettysburg’s Battlefields, and Hershey’s Chocolate World, making York the convenient central location for a getaway to the region. Choose one of the nearly 20 factory tours, including Susquehanna Glass, where you’ll see craftsman hand cutting glass as they’ve done for more than 100 years, then take home a tasting glass souvenir from their factory outlet. Explore the history of the area, or go antiquing. Treasures are waiting in the small towns that dot the countryside.

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