May 13th, 2015
While my Grandmother, Helen Hauser, didn’t know how to make wine or hard cider, she could grow anything in her garden. My Grandma loved gardening and agriculture. As long as I can remember, she had a garden and a greenhouse. As the years went by, the garden got smaller and the greenhouse was less used, […]
May 12th, 2015
Enology, the making of wine, and viticulture, the growing of grapes, are two growing industries locally and nationwide. To meet the growing demand for a skilled workforce, HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, offers an Enology and Viticulture Program designed to meet both the needs of the growing number of wineries in the region and the […]
May 10th, 2015
The Enology and Viticulture Technology Program teaches basic theory, practices, and processes of wine grape growing and winemaking from vineyard site selection through planting and tending vines, harvest, fermentation, and aging to packaging of the final product. Students can select additional courses that allow for specialization in wine production, winery management, or vineyard management to […]
March 30th, 2015
I work at Hauser Estate Winery. Actually, my family owns it and anyone that works here has heard a variation of the statement, “Wow, what a view!” “You get to look at that all day. You are so lucky.” “It must be so relaxing to work here.” “I would love this to be my office […]
February 25th, 2015
Every March, we participate in the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail’s, Tour de Tanks. Sponsored by the York County Convention Bureau, the trail promotes different wineries throughout the region, giving participants a view into the winemaking process. During each weekend in March, visitors, with that special Tour de Tanks ticket, can visit our cellar for wine tastings […]
January 29th, 2015
Every weekend in February beginning on the 7th, join us by the fire as we sip some wine and soup.
November 2nd, 2014
The weather is turning chilly! Hmmmm, what to serve?