A taste of Philadelphia’s countryside

Chennai: The vibrant hue of bold red. The floral nose of a crisp white. The dedicated art of winemakers who pour their heart, soul and experience into every bottle.

When you go wine tasting it’s not about sipping and savouring, although it’s certainly an enjoyable part of the day.

It’s about experiencing a year-long process fueled by passion and literally getting a taste of craftsmanship.

The gentle rolling hills, deep well-drained soils, and moderate climate combine to make the Countryside of Philadelphia one of the premier grape growing regions of the East Coast.

Several vintners have joined together to establish three wine trails in Philadelphia’s Countryside: The Brandywine Valley Wine Trail (35 miles from Center City) bridges Chester County wineries. The Bucks County Wine Trail (35 miles from Center City) unites wineries just north of Philadelphia. And The Montgomery County Wine Trail (25 miles from Center City) runs northwest of the city.

All wineries are open year round. So come visit the tasting rooms and learn more about the unique characteristics of Brandywine Valley Wine Country.

See how wine is produced. Talk with the people who make it happen. Tour the cool wine cellars. Experience history in the making.


NT Bureau