In 2003, a small group of wineries in Chester County, PA, joined forces to create the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail in southeastern Pennsylvania. Today the region continues to grow in both acres of vineyards and numbers of wineries. Each winery has it’s own distinct personality for you to discover as you tour our vineyards, taste in our cellars, and picnic on our grounds.
Spanning scenic southeastern Pennsylvania between historic Philadelphia and the Amish countryside outside Lancaster, the seven wineries of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail are located within an easy drive of one another (within a 50 mile radius).
All wineries are open year round for your enjoyment. So come visit our tasting rooms and learn more about the unique characteristics of Brandywine Valley Wine Country!
The Wineries of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail are within minutes of several nationally known sites:
- Longwood Gardens
- Winterthur Museum & Country Estate
- Lancaster Amish Country
- Historic Kennett Square, PA "The Mushroom Capital of the World"
- Brandywine River Museum
- Hagley Museum & Library
- Old New Castle
- Brandywine Battlefield
Notice: Our members pour controlled amounts of their wines for tasting. However, tasting at several wineries, in close succession, can cause one to unwittingly consume alcohol above the legal limit. If you intend to visit more than one winery in a day, we recommend you employ a designated driver or limit your wine consumption accordingly.