Tag Archives: Chaddsford Winery

Chaddsford Winery 2005 Merican

January 31, 2012

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One of the iconic wineries on the East Coast, Chaddsford Winery has been producing award-winning wines since their first release in 1983. Heralded winemaker Eric Miller is largely credited with launching a wine industry in Pennsylvania that now boasts more than 100 wineries and counting. Having achieved national acclaim and recognition, Eric’s wines have been featured in […]

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Intoxicating

December 26, 2009

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Feeling festive and ready for my trip up north, I decided to pull the cork on a dessert wine received from Chaddsford Winery.  I’ve raved about the winery and owner/winemaker Eric Miller in earlier posts (see here and here).  Tonight’s pour, a late harvest style Riesling produced from Lake Erie region grapes, was no different. […]

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Two Reds

December 19, 2009

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While my friends and family are digging their way out of 2 feet of snow up north, I’m down in sunny Orlando decorating my Christmas tree, listening to Pandora, and drinking red wine.  Life is good. Tonight’s pour is the ’05 Due Rossi received from Chaddsford Winery.  Due Rossi means “two reds”, and is a […]

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Chaddsford Winery

December 18, 2009

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Located in the Atlantic Uplands district of southeastern Pennsylvania in the Brandywine Valley, Chaddsford Winery has achieved a national reputation for producing premium wines of world-class structure.  Founded in 1982 by proprietors Eric and Lee Miller, the boutique winery is Pennsylvania’s largest and most acclaimed winery.  At the forefront of Pennsylvania winemaking, Chaddsford Winery has […]

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