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Nestled on a 70 acre farm in the picturesque Juniata Valley, you will find Olivero's Vineyard. Olivero's is a family-owned and operated vineyard and winery adjacent to a family-owned 125+ year old farm house dating to the origins of the McAlisterville village.The vineyard and winery are co-owned by Bill Dressler and his two children, Matthew Dressler and Megan Yurkovic.
The true origin of our winery is some 35+ years in the making. Bill and Dottie first purchased the farm now known as Olivero's in 1976. Dottie's love of wine and her dream of turning the farm into a vineyard grew as she and Bill raised their children in this picturesque valley.
Dottie passed away in 2009, never seeing her dream become a reality, however, by 2012 Dottie's dream started to take shape, one grape trellis at a time. It soon became apparent that Olivero's, named in honor of Dottie's Italian immigrant father, Olivero Ricci, was the perfect name for the family's venture.
When visiting Olivero's, you will find breathtaking views of the rolling hills and nearby mountains, as well as a passing glimpse of the Amish.
If you are visiting from the city, you will certainly find Olivero's a relaxing, calming experience and if you are local, you will have an opportunity to sit back and enjoy a renewed appreciation for the Juniata valley's beauty
Please visit our Wine Selections page for the most up-to-date information on our newest releases and oldest favorites.
Located in the picturesque Juniata Valley, Olivero’s Vineyards is a gorgeous backdrop and the perfect place for you to get lost in the beauty of the moment. We host events, both large and small. For more information, contact Megan or Sarah via our website.
Please follow Olivero’s Vineyard on Facebook or our Events page for up-to-date events and happenings at the Vineyard and around the mid-state. If you are interested in being a vendor at our Spring Craft Fair or our Fall Craft Fair & Festival, please reach out to Tim & Patty Leitzel for more information.
From the Harrisburg area: From downtown Harrisburg, follow 322W (towards State College) approximately 40 miles to road. (If you enter McAlisterville limits, you have gone too far) Follow Troyer Road approximately .6 miles. Olivero's will be located on the right side of the road.
From the State College/Lewistown areas: Head east on 322 (towards Harrisburg). From Lewistown, continue on 322E for approximately 13.5 miles. After exiting 322, make a left onto PA-35N. Follow PA-35N approximately 5 miles and turn right onto Troyer Road. (If you enter McAlisterville limits, you have gone too far) Follow Troyer Road approximately .6 miles. Olivero's will be located on the right side of the road.
From the Mifflintown area (and points west): Take PA-35N towards McAlisterville, From McDonald's/Sheetz, just outside of Mifflintown, continue to follow PA-35N approximately 5 miles and turn right onto Troyer Road. (If you enter McAlisterville limits, you have gone too far) Follow Troyer Road approximately .6 miles. Olivero's will be located on the right side of the road.
From Selinsgrove area (and points east): Follow PA-35S (towards Mifflintown) approximately 26 miles. After passing through McAlisterville, turn left onto Troyer Road. If you pass Lost Creek Golf Course, you have gone too far. Olivero's will be approximately .6 miles on the right side of the road.he Mifflintown/McAlisterville exit. After exiting 322, make a right onto PA-35N. Follow PA-35N approximately 5 miles and turn right onto Troyer Road.
All of our Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail Association members are small, family-owned wineries, operated independently. Each has a unique experience and rich history and provides their own original touches that reflect the many varieties of wine offered. Wineries each host events and are open to the public at varying hours. Some will offer food and entertainment at different times throughout the year. Most, if not all, wineries will participate in our annual events. To ensure you have the best possible experience at each of our wineries during your time in the Susquehanna Heartland, we encourage you to visit each winery’s profile page and individual website. You are also encouraged to call the wineries directly to ask specific questions about winery entertainment, hours, policies and wine selections. We do our best to ensure current and accurate information about all Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail Association participating wineries. But unfortunately, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Thanks for visiting!