Chaddsford Winery’s main facility, housed in a charming 17th century dairy barn, is located in Chadds Ford, PA (in Chester County, 30 miles southwest of Philadelphia), between world-famous Longwood Gardens and the Wyeth family’s Brandywine River Museum.

Pennsylvania’s largest and best known winery, East coast pioneers Eric and Lee Miller founded Chaddsford Winery in 1982. Today winemaker Jim Osborn carries on a thirty-year tradition of locally sourced, quality wines.

Hours:
Monday – Closed
Tuesday-Sunday 11am-7pm
Tastings from 12pm to 6:45pm

  • Location: 632 Baltimore Pike Chadds Ford, PA 19317
  • Phone: 610-388-6221: Press 5 for events and reservations
  • Website: http://www.chaddsford.com/