It’s easy to forget that there’s a whole world outside of our little Philly bubble. Pennsylvania and New Jersey may not be what you think of when you say wine country but the surrounding counties to Philadelphia are home to many wineries, and a growing number of them are winning awards. And to experience them, all you need is a chauffeured car and a few friends.
Cardinal Hollow Winery
Wine is complex. It doesn’t like to be reduced to stereotypes like, “all wine is made of grapes.” That’s why the folks over at Cardinal Hollow Winery have started making grape less wine with jalapeños, pumpkins, mangoes, and dandelions. We don’t totally get it either, but we’re intrigued. The newest release is: Strawberry and Spicy Strawberry. Fruit nose, crisp acidity and long finish.
Penns Woods Winery
In addition to wine pairings, this winery offers cheese and honey pairings! They also boast the perfect grounds for a picnic, and are open to helping you plan the perfect one. The tasting room in Chadds Ford, PA provides an all-around vineyard experience and hosts live music, food and wine pairings, and other exciting events each weekend.
Crossing Vineyards Winery
This might look like your average winery, but if you take a look at their events page you can see that they’re not messing around (or that they are messing around, which is what makes their events awesome?). Don’t miss their wine classes like: Snap & Sip, Cycle & Sip, Wine Tasting and Yoga. See the full list.
Stone and Key Cellars
Stone and Key lets you make your own wine, from crushing the grapes to bottling it and designing a custom label. You can also take daily tours and taste their wine for free.
With a tradition dating back to 1982 and an annual production of over 30,000 cases of wine, Chaddsford Winery is among the oldest, largest, and most acclaimed wineries in Pennsylvania. Chaddsford operates under the philosophy that wine should be fun and not intimidating,
You can enjoy wine while pleasing your inner child at this animal friendly vineyard. They have horses on the premises and they’re dog friendly too!
Stargazers will fulfill all of your hip and trendy wine dreams with their sustainable growing practices. It also happens to be owned by an adorable married couple named Alice and John Weygandt.
New Hope Winery
This winery and gift shop is housed in a rustic little barn in Bucks County. Stop by for a wine tasting or one of their popular live music events!
Sand Castle Winery makes its wine 100% from its own home-grown grapes, which is cool, but more importantly its tasting room is located in an actual castle. You actually can’t have a fancier weekend than tasting wine in a castle.
Wine Tours by Celebrity Worldwide Transportation
Brandywine Valley Wine Tours by Celebrity Limousine understands the key elements of a successful tour. A beautiful vehicle and a well-planned itinerary executed by a knowledgeable chauffeur guide. You can count on us to provide the little extras to enhance your wine touring experience.
The Brandywine Valley Wine Trail allows you to experience award-winning wineries, located within a 50-mile radius, within easy driving distance of each other. Each winery has its own distinct personality for you to discover as you tour the vineyards, taste wine in their cellars, picnic on their grounds or visit the gift shops and learn about the unique characteristics of the Brandywine Valley wine district. Visit one or Visit all! Wineries are open year around for your enjoyment.
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