Raspberry Acres Winery
Nestled in the beautiful farm country of Indiana County, Raspberry Acres Winery offers a scenic and quiet setting with weeping willow and crabapple trees gracing the large pond in front of the winery. The winery is owned by the Cunkelman family who continues the art of the winemaking that was started by George M. Clawson, Sally Cunkelman ’s father. George enjoyed making elderberry, blackberry and concord wine along with a few more exotic wines such as dandelion and rose petal. Sally and her husband Paul, helped her father not only to learn the art of wine making but also to improve on what he had started.
In 1986 they started entering wine in amateur wine competitions and won their first ribbon in 1992. Their wines are still receiving top honors today. The winery acquired a Limited Winery License in 2000, which allowed Raspberry Acres to share their award-winning wines with you.
In addition to wine sales and tastings offered at the winery, the Latrobe location in Westmoreland County was the first location in 2013 then known as Knupp & Schofield’s Country Cottage on 213 Main Street in Latrobe, which since has new ownership and was renamed Eclectique in October 2017
Raspberry Acres Wine at Eclectique offers 10 varieties of the award-winning wine. Free wine tastings are offered during the store business hours. Wine can be purchased by the bottle, or by the glass and can be enjoyed while shopping!
From Dry to Sweet, there is a wine for every palate.
Reasonably priced, bottles range from $13 to $18 per bottle. A case of 12 discount of 10% is extended. 6 bottle purchases receive a 5% off discount.
The Raspberry Acres Winery at Eclectique also carries a variety of wine-related décor, accessories, glasses, signs, and gifts for the wine enthusiast.
For 2022 we are proud to announce we are now part of the Laurel Highlands pour tour! Join us and 50 other locations including breweries, wineries, distilleries, meaderies and cideries. Visit: lhpourtour.com for more details.
Chardonnay Considered a dry white wine with fresh, vanilla flavor with pear and apple aromas, great with fish. 2011 PA Wine Competition Bronze Medal. DRY $16
Cat Country GoldConsidered a semi-sweet fruity with a hint of pineapple and a pleasant aroma. 2005 PA Wine Competition Bronze Medal. SEMI-SWEET $14
Niagara Sweet white wine with fruity grape taste, grate after taste wonderful to sip anytime. 2007 PA Farm Show Bronze Medal. SWEET $13
Country Cottage Blush: Mildly sweet, a unique blend of our most popular red and white wines. SEMI SWEET $14
Red Raspberry: Semi-sweet fragrant red wine with a fruity red raspberry flavor. 2009 PA Farm Show Bronze Medal. 2010 American Wine Society Gold Medal. SWEET $18
Merlot: A dry red with medium body and supple mouthfeel. 2010 American Wine Society Bronze Medal. DRY $17
Cat Country Red: Semi-dry medium red blend. 2005 PA Wine Competition Bronze Medal. SEMI DRY $14
Fredonia Semi-sweet red blend that is simply delicious. 2009 Derry Agriculture Fair Competition Gold Medal – Best of Show. SWEET. $14
Concord:Sweet red wine with great aroma and true grape flavor. 2008 PA Wine Competition Silver Medal & 2008 American Wine Society Bronze Medal. SWEET $13
Sparkling Diamond: A diamond grape wine made ‘bubbly’ to please your palate. Add a splash of orange juice for a mimosa. Sweeter than a traditional Champagne, similar to an Asti Spumante’. SEMI SWEET $14
#BossLadies of PGH
March 2020, Pittsburgh Post Gazette names 6 business women with locally owned small businesses “#BossLadies of PGH”. Laurie Corbett of Eclectique which houses the satellite location for Raspberry Acres Winery was named #6. Checkout the article in the link.