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One-Day Admission to Chaddsford Winery Labor Day Festival August 29–September 1 for Two or Four (Up to 53% Off)

Chadds Ford

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Wine-tasting festival unites samples of eastern American wines with gourmet foods and live music

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Expires Sep 1st, 2014. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $10 for single-day admission to the Chaddsford Winery Labor Day Festival for two ($20 value)
  • $19 for single-day admission to the Chaddsford Winery Labor Day Festival for four ($40 value)

The Chaddsford Winery bids summer farewell with its Chaddsford Winery Labor Day Festival, August 29–September 1, during which revelers sip wine, eat gourmet foods, and groove to live music.

Chaddsford Winery

Eric and Lee Miller started their own winery in 1982. They found a stretch of land in the appropriately named Brandywine Valley, collected vines and grapes, and opened the doors of Chaddsford Winery for business. Today, winemaker Jim Osborn continues to run the business in their stead, growing some of his own grapes in the winery's private vineyards, maintaining lots on promising soil as far away as Washington, and sourcing grapes from growers around the country. He puts his own spin on familiar varietals like chardonnay, and also produces an artisan series including a noiret, a relatively new hybrid grape developed by Cornell University. He, of course, continues to make many of the winery's easy-drinking favorites, such as the spiced apple wine.

Osborn and the rest of the winery staff host tastings in a rustic room abutting a patio and beautifully landscaped gardens, where visitors can enjoy drinks in the shade of a table's umbrella or a tree's branches. They're open for such tastings often, giving samples of 8 to 10 wines that range in flavor from grape to different grape.


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87% of 630 customers recommend

  • “Wines were great and facilities/grounds are beautiful. The staff was one of the worst I have encountered at a wine tasting. Basically they poured and moved us along...”

    “Wines were great and facilities/grounds are beautiful. The staff was one of the worst I have encountered at a wine tasting. Basically they poured and moved us along and seemed a little annoyed that we were there. Most people who work at wineries have passion and enthusiasm for their job. ”

  • “Nice local place with fun events. Always a nice place to go and kill and hour and a bottle! ”

  • “Amazing place!!!!! The sunset blush is the best !!!!”

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    Chadds Ford

    632 Baltimore Pike

    Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 19317

    610-388-6221

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