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Chaddsford Winery

632 Baltimore Pike
610-388-6221

Hours: Open Year Round

East coast pioneers Eric and Lee Miller founded Chaddsford Winery in 1982. We are located in the Brandywine Valley to the southwest of Philadelphia. We are Pennsylvania's largest and best known winery.  Today winemaker Jim Osborn carries on a thirty-year tradition of locally sourced, quality wines.

Over the years we at Chaddsford have done it all. We cultivated our own vineyards, sourced grapes from our trusted growers, and purchased small lots from as far as Washington. Our main goal in making wine is to provide you with a wine that you enjoy. Every year we produce a wide variety of wines and every year that changes because we pick the best fruit in order to make you the best wine. We have made and you might find on our shelves dry varietals like Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir, many of these nationally acclaimed. Also you might try some of our small lot wines, part of winemaker Jim Osborn's new Artisan series, like our Noriet. We also produce our fun and easy to drink varietals like Niagara, Sangria and Spiced Apple.

We at Chaddsford Winery desire to bring to you quality wines. We pride ourselves on our reputation and providing you with the best experience possible. You can find our wines in many retail shops throughout Pennsylvania. We also sell our sweet wines in retail locations in Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, DC, Virginia, West Virginia and other states. Here at the winery we focus on customer enjoyment and satisfaction. We host events every month of the year, from our Snow Bar in the winter to our Sangria Sundays in the summer. Whether you purchase a bottle of our wine at a store, visit us at the Winery, or our Peddlers Village location we hope you have an enjoyable experience from your first sip to your last..



Reviews

Meghan Cascarelli

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018
My husband and I love going to Chaddsford Winery on Saturdays! There is usually live music and a fun theme going on to compliment the season, as well as food trucks galore! It provides a fun, beautiful atmosphere to spend time with friends relaxing and catching up.

Melissa Messier

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Monday, April 9, 2018
We decided to check this place out while in the area visiting family. It's a cute little winery. They had two different tastings going on that day and we were a bit confused as to which one were were supposed to be attending when we arrived. I was disappointed that my glasses were plain with no logo on it and went in to ask if I could purchase the other ones that the other group was walking around with. The woman was a bit harsh with me and told me there were no more left even though there were dozens behind her on display. I thought it a bit rude but politely walked away. We purchased a few bottles and the cider they had there (blindly). The cider was terrible and I still have it sitting in my refrigerator for anyone who may muster the courage to want to try some someday. However, the experience was joyful and the grounds are quite lovely. We did have a pleasant time and enjoyed the wine we brought home with friends at a later time.

Robert Irwin

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Well-planned 4th of july events, nice afternoon, good live music and a chill crowd. Will be back.

Jason Shupp

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Friday, June 22, 2018
My wife and I bought a bottle of the Red Standard. After opening and tasting the wine we found it to be spoiled “Carbonated, tart taste”. I called the winery in hopes they would stand good for thier spoiled wine and give me another. To my surprise I got a long story that somehow ended as my fault and no exchange. I will not go back.

Michael Pryor

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Sunday, May 20, 2018
Hank and jarema ...best Sunday afternoon music in a few years ! Hope they are returning soon!

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