To get to Narcisi Winery from the east:
Take the PA turnpike to the Butler Valley exit. -OR- Travel on Route 28 to Route 8 towards Butler.
Head north on Route 8 until you reach Gibsonia Rd /Route 910. Make a right. Travel about 2 miles and Narcisi Winery will be on your right.
*No outside alcohol is permitted on Narcisi Winery property.
*Coolers are subject to search and any outside
alcohol will be confiscated immediately.
Benvenuti a Narcisi Winery!
Founded in 2001, Narcisi Winery is a family-owned and operated winery located just 10 miles north of Pittsburgh in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania. Nestled within the beautiful rolling hills of Western PA, the winery will draw you back to a setting reminiscent of a Tuscan villa, where time and worries dissolve into the countryside.
Starting 2/3/14 a bridge will be out on 910W
between Saxonburg Blvd & the Winery.
*Route 910 is open from Route 8*
Visit the Directions & Hours page for more information.
In 1911, Raphael Narcisi and his two brothers, Giovanni and Gabriele, immigrated to the United States from Italia, Abruzzo, Guilianova. They settled in the small community of Sharpsburg, a suburb of Pittsburgh. Bringing their knowledge of Italian wine-making to the city of Pittsburgh, Raphael nurtured his passion and continued to make wine for his family and community.
Raphael's son Thomas learned the techniques and developed his love of wine-making. He eventually built a cellar on his farm in Coraopolis.
In 1980, he passed the reins to his nephew Dennis who "inherited" the passion. Realizing his dream, he along with wife Sara and son Randy opened Narcisi Winery on November 1, 2001. In 2006, son Tony joined the family team and the tradition continues.
The Narcisi Family invites you to share in celebrating generations of wine-making.
"Wine cheers the sad, revives the old, inspires the young, makes weariness forget his toil." -Lord Byron