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In 1807 the Harmonists, a religious sect founded in Germany by George Rapp, planted their first vineyards north of Pittsburgh. Their arched stone cellars could hold 30,000 gallons of wine and can still be seen today at Old Economy Village and The Harmony Museum. Today over 1.1 million gallons of wine are produced annually in Pennsylvania, making it the fifth-largest grape producer in the country. With its varied climate, the region is well suited to a wide range of grape varieties, perhaps more kinds than any other wine region.