Raccoon Creek Winery at Kramer's Greenhouse in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, offers one convenient location for beautiful plants, great wine, and freshly baked pies. Since opening the new location, our family-owned-and-operated business has become famous for freshly baked pies that are always on hand or baked to order. We opened the winery in 2009, specializing in fresh fruit wines made from locally grown fruit.
Every plant we sell comes from seed, cutting, or root division, continuing a tradition of quality that our customers have come to expect. Our greenhouse services are smaller than our competitors, but we offer friendly service, helpful suggestions, and a smile to make buying for your garden a pleasant experience.
Kramer's Greenhouse is a third-generation family business that originated in 1945 on George and Martha Kramer's High Ridge Farm in Robinson Township, Washington County. Martha Kramer started supplying plants to friends and neighbors by digging up plants by the roots from benches of soil and wrapping them in newspaper.
In 1963, George's son, Wayne, and his wife Helen, built a larger greenhouse at their home on Steubenville Pike, which was then known as US 22. They continued the business with the help of their five children.
Today, Chris and Dawn Kramer and the fourth generation of Kramers welcome longtime customers and new ones to Raccoon Creek Winery at Kramer's Greenhouse.