Sue and Ron Zampogna founded Flickerwood Wine Cellars in Cane, Pennsylvania, in 2000. Their 2006 Flickerberry Dew, a blend of blackberry and red raspberry juices from New York State-grown fruit, won Best Fruit Wine category in the 2009 International Eastern Wine Competition. According to Pennsylvania wine-making laws, a winery must produce no less than 75 percent of their wines from Pennsylvania-grown fruit AND within a radius of 350 miles fro the winery. When the Zampogna’s founded Flickerwood Wine Cellars there were less than ten wineries in the state of Pennsylvania. Now, there are over 80! Check out their strawberry-rhubarb wine named Strawberry Field, and their straight red raspberry wine. Real fruit makes real wine!;
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