2-year-old Pennsylvania winery closing

During the 2010 harvest.
DALLAS, PA -- A tiny northeastern Pennsylvania winery that opened in 2009 is scheduled to close on February 29.

Temporarily, that could be a good thing for consumers because Pavlick Hill Vineyard plans to sell off its existing wine stock at a 30% discount, or 40% off 12-bottle cases.

On their website, owners Denise and Bill Karlotski said, "With sadness, we have decided to end our business. This was a very difficult decision for us to make, but we are very grateful for the experience and the chance to meet so many wonderful people. We feel like we’ve gained this huge extended family, and that makes us happy.

"So, as of now, our wine store will close the end of February. Starting January 7th (we will be closed January 1-6) and continuing through February 29, we will be having a 'going-out-of-business' sale ... "

The Karlotskis used grapes from their one-acre vineyard to create their wines.

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