Having a palate for wine, although I am not a connoisseur, I attended a wedding at the Naylor Wine Cellars in Stewartstown. I read some reviews before I attended, and most of their wines were what I considered sweet wines; therefore, I thought I would not be interested in the wines, themselves. It began to rain so I decided to do a tasting. Well, I was pleased with the chambourcin. I began talking with an older gentleman seated at a table. He told me to try the blueberry mixed with the chambourcin. I had already finished my five tastings, but the lady behind the counter offered a glass and said courtesy of the owner. I had no idea he was the owner and gladly turned and lifted my glass to him.I knew blueberry wine was sweet, but blended with the chambourcin made a big difference. I almost liken it to a sweet and sour concept. It was quite good, and I complimented the owner. I then asked him if he had any syrah ready because I had noticed the casks in the back. He told me no, but also said he would call me when it was ready. I traded business cards, and he offered me any other tastings I so desired. I am glad it rained, met the owner, and decided to dare my palate. I plan to get my bottle of syrah, and I must try his merlot. This place is genuine with down-to-earth people.
They are like awesome good tour make sure we were well taken care of I give them a 10 recommend this winery to anyone make sure to ask for Wes ben and Kent
There is nothing more pleasant than listening to a big band under the stars and sampling Naylor's delicious wine! We have visited the winery many times over the years and we are consistently pleased each time. The dry wine selections are limited but we can always find a selection to enjoy. There is usually a food vendor, or you can take your own snacks and food items. We have done both. There is a fee for the music events, but it is still a great value for a lovely evening or afternoon out in the beautiful Pennsylvania countryside. We will be visiting again later this month!
we enjoyed the wines, the vineyard was clean, and there was a nice selection. Make this part of a day trip to see this winery and Allegra and its a nice date.
Went to the Market in Stewartstown and while I was walking around came upon a little store in there that sells Wine Tasted a few and Bought a few Boy was I glad I got 2 bottles for Me and 2 for My Brother in Law We were both totally happy with Both wines .Now we are planning a trip to the Winery and sure it Will be worth it
Terrible wine. Tastes like fruit juice; not aged. Outside vendor offers sandwiches and sides. Reasonable admission price and plenty of parking.
Nothing was provided by the management for this wedding except the availability of purchasing wine. There should be heaters and tarp to enclose the premises if they are to allow people to get married here in the October. The wind made it hard to enoy the wedding since we were all so cold.
Great value, good variety. Knowledgable staff and many fun events In their pavilion. Wine stomping in the fall and available to rent for private events. Summer concerts just a fun place.
I have had wine from all over the world and yet I can't wait to get to Stewartstown to see Dick and the Crew!! And the Events are the bomb!!! Conveniently located within walking distance of the American Vintage B&B .. an event at Naylor's becomes a weekend to remember!!!
The tour isn't very formal and it's free. We were lucky to see them bottling some of their wines. We saw the operation behind the scenes, and the got down to the tasting. Their wines are good, but not cheap. The tasting will cost you $5 per person but you get to keep your tasting wine glass (it's a full size glass with Naylor etched in it, Nice touch). Allow about an hour. The winery is out in the country, but easily found.