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Larsen Meadworks Scarlet is a dessert wine fermented with a base of pure maple syrup, enhanced with varietal red grapes. (Larsen Meadworks Facebook page)
Larsen Meadworks Scarlet is a dessert wine fermented with a base of pure maple syrup, enhanced with varietal red grapes. (Larsen Meadworks Facebook page)

Pennyslvania: Camp Hill winery will put its own spin on meads

By Paul Vigna
Penn Live
June 15, 2015 at 8:20 PM

Cumberland County will be getting another winery soon, but this one will come with a bit of a twist.

Nate Larsen said Monday afternoon he’ll officially be opening the tasting room at Larsen Meadworks the weekend of July 10, although you probably can bend his arm a bit for a sample if you stop by the winery at 3617 Gettysburg Road in Camp Hill before then. It’s located next to Trinity High School and The Pizza Grille, and there’s parking in the front and back.

“I think the wines are good,” he said. “People loved them when they tried them, so I expect it will go well.”

What makes his business intriguing is the mix of wines he’s making, including a few dry sparkling wines that use honey as their base and at least several dessert wines, which are fermented from a base of pure maple syrup. Here’s the current list of wines and their makeup that are featured on the website.

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