Mother’s Day Contest

Mother's Day Contest

April 3rd, 2016

Moms do many things for us.  They are chauffeurs, chefs, and at times, referees.  They work both inside and outside the home.  Most moms would give up that last cookie if their baby asked for it, even if they really wanted that cookie.  How do you show her she is special on that one day […]



Easter

Easter

March 21st, 2016

Tulips, daffodils, and all sorts of pastel colored candy are signs of Easter and Spring.  There is a lot to do, from getting your Easter dinner prepared and on the table to enjoying some candy the Easter bunny left and we have some suggestions of libations to pair with Easter foods. Lamb Cabernet Sauvignon. Lamb […]



New Vintages

New Vintages

March 11th, 2016

Jennie Wade White, Pinot Gris and Wheatfield White disappeared from our wine rack early this year. Joe and the cellar staff have been hard at work to remedy this dire situation. Wheatfield White will be the first to make an appearance. The blend of Vidal, Riesling and Traminette, make this wine a crowd pleaser! Strong […]



Spring Forward with Tour de Tanks

Spring Forward with Tour de Tanks

February 17th, 2016

Now that Valentine’s Day is over, we start looking forward to Spring.   We see the return of our regular hours at the beginning of March.   We also open our doors for the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail’s Tour de Tank participants. Every weekend in March, ticket holders from the trail can sip on wine and tour the […]



The Forgotten Holiday

The Forgotten Holiday

November 13th, 2015

Thanksgiving seems like the forgotten holiday. The excitement of Halloween leads right into the sales for Christmas gifts, and in all the rush to grab that deal, Thanksgiving gets lost. Thanksgiving is the holiday that should be given some time, for it has a great backstory. Two groups of people spending time together to celebrate […]



#bethankful

#bethankful

November 1st, 2015

We, at Hauser Estate, find that we have many things to be thankful for this year.  Of course, we are thankful for our harvest and the men and women who helped pick, transport and process the fruit. We are thankful for new guests who come through our door and give our wine and cider a […]



Autumn

Autumn

October 17th, 2015

The fall is upon us with all the color Mother Nature can give us, crisp air and shorter days. The fall is probably the busiest time in the production area of the winery, with processing apples and grapes, and the normal everyday activities, the cellar is a flurry of activity. The tasting room is busy […]



Get to know…

Get to know...

August 28th, 2015

Julie! The staff at a tasting room can make your experience special and memorable.   Get to know some of our staff and next time you are in say hi! 1.  How long have you worked at Hauser and what is your position? I started in July 2009.  I am in management and outside sales. 2. […]



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, […]



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 […]