Savor the History
Mount Hope Estate & Winery has expanded to Gettysburg to better accommodate both natives and visiting tourists. Our knowledgeable wine hosts will guide you through your choice of Mount Hope’s 30+ vintages and help you discover your own favorite wine!
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Enjoy award-winning Mount Hope Wines as an adjunct to life, health and happiness. Select Lancaster County Ciders are also available to purchase in to-go 12-packs.
Battlefield Series Wines
The Battle of Gettysburg, fought July 1, 2 and 3, 1863 is described as the turning point of the American Civil War. The fierce three-day battle saw the largest number of casualties of the four-year war. Common, unwavering traits lived in both Confederacy and Union soldiers. Courage, Honor, Valor and Duty sustained the armies throughout the awe-inspiring battles. Mount Hope Estate & Winery is proud to pay tribute to those who carried these qualities onto the hallowed grounds of Gettysburg with our Battlefield Series of Native Wines.
Please Note: The Battlefield Series Wines are only available at the Mount Hope Gettysburg locations, and Virtual Wine Shop.
Refreshingly light and fruit-forward white with a touch of sweetness and soft, fruity flavors. This wine is made with Cayuga White grapes and pairs beautifully with a wide range of foods.
An intense floral bouquet and lusciously semi-sweet flavors thanks to the Niagara grapes. This wine is the ideal wine to enjoy on a spring day and is perfect for after a full day exploring the battlefields.
Flourishing with Catawba throughout, this extremely sweet wine is designed to be served well chilled. The perfect blend of light, crisp mild berry fruit flavor! Enjoy alone or as a base to a refreshing punch.
Made predominately from Concord grapes, Valor is bursting with robust flavor. Sweet and easy to enjoy, especially chilled. This style is the perfect for a gift family, friends or even yourself!
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