Philadelphia, PA - Looking for the perfect day trip to get out of the city this summer? Look no further then the Chadds Ford Winery. This highly rated winery has seen its share of medals and prestigious reviews from the New York TImes. Located in the heart of the Brandywine Valley in beautiful Southeastern Pennsylvania sits Chaddsford Winery, one of the oldest and most acclaimed wineries in the state.
Established in 1982, Chaddsford Winery is widely regarded as a pioneer in the Pennsylvania wine industry, and with production of approximately 30,000 cases annually, it remains one of the largest by volume.
Focusing on making approachable, food friendly wines that reflect their unique ‘Mid-Atlantic Uplands’ microclimate, Winemaker Jim Osborn, expresses his artisanship through a diverse portfolio of dry whites, reds and sweet wines.
We were lucky enough to take the tour of this homely winery Wednesday night for their Sip & Snap media event. With an assortment of wines and food pairings General Manager Corey Krejcik walked us through his favorite part of the job. Pairing their 2016 Sauvignon Blanc with Tomato basil and herb crusted tortellini, their 2017 Artisan Dry Rose with an array of charcuterie and lastly pairing their 2016 Harbinger Dry Red blend with braised short rib, expressing his love for cooking and pairing wines Corey perfectly exhibited the versatility of each wines flavor profile.
Make sure you add this to your "Summer Fun" list. Open seven days a week you can sit and sip on their beautiful patio every day of the week! Or find their wine at the Wine Stores across the US.
Find them at: Chaddsford Winery - 632 Baltimore Pike | Chadds Ford, PA 19317 | 610 388 6221