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The idea for the winery came about from the question, “What are you going to do with the old barn? which was posed to us many times over the years. The answer varied depending on who was asked, but the winery concept always seemed to be part of the answer.

The name Grace Winery and the dragonfly logo are a tribute to proprietor Chris Le Vine’s sister Gracie, who owned Sweetwater Farm prior to Chris and his wife Vicki taking over the property in 1999.

Our wines are inspired by French traditions but firmly rooted in Pennsylvania. Our boutique-style wines are handcrafted by head winemaker Andrew Yingst. Mostly estate grown, our wine carries a sense of place, imbuing our wine with the flavors of the land at Grace Winery.



A seasoned winemaker and experienced viticulturist, Andrew Yingst has a strong background in agriculture and a passion for Pennsylvania wines. Originally from Hanover, PA, Andrew graduated from the University of Vermont before launching his career in wine in 2014. Andrew spent four years at two Pennsylvania wineries before joining Grace’s team in 2018. As head winemaker, Andrew has produced four vintages, including our first Sauvignon Blanc.

Photo of a man sipping wine at Grace Winery