Big Changes Coming to Local Winery

Shippenville, PA- For the last twelve years, Deer Creek Winery has been known to be innovative and adaptive to changes as the family-owned business has grown. According to owner, Denis Brooks, starting the winery was a risk but he and his wife, Rhonda, knew they could start something amazing in the small town of Shippenville,…

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Deer Creek Winery Finds Success in Local Food Drive

Shippenville, PA- The “Food From the Heart” food drive is a local event put on by Forever Media Northwest Pa that helps support local food banks and pantries all across Northwestern Pa. This year, Deer Creek Winery served as an event sponsor as well as a drop off location at their main winery in Shippenville,…

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3 Summer Vacation Ideas to go with your Glass of Wine

By: Annah Burke As I sit here and write this blog, I can’t help but to look outside and admire the beautiful spring day. The sun is shining, I can hear the birds, and it’s reaching 60 degrees. To think a few weeks ago we were in the midst of a snowstorm. When the weather…

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3 Big Things about Wine at DCW

By: Annah Burke          We get it, keeping up with the trends can be difficult. Sometimes you find yourself stuck in the past, and often a winery in general can be hard to navigate the first time you visit. Deer Creek Winery has plenty of new and exciting things that you may not know about…

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Deer Creek Winery Optimistic for the New Year

Shippenville, PA- In 2009 Deer Creek Winery was created by Denis and Rhonda Brooks as a way for them to share their delicious raspberry wines with local wine lovers, restaurants, and stores. Twelve years later that one idea has sparked a business and tourist attraction that brings thousands of people to Northwestern Pennsylvania each year…

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Agriculture and Wineries in Pennsylvania

by Annah Burke When you think of agriculture, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a county fair, livestock, or maybe the corn you see growing alongside the road. Growing up on a farm and as an active 4-H member, I think I have always had an interesting standpoint on how diverse the…

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