Chaddsford Winery


In honor of the last day of summer, I decided to post a drawing from Labor Day weekend, which I spent in Pennsylvania visiting the Brandywine museum (heavenly!) and the Chaddsford Winery nearby. The winery was hosting a jazz festival wine tasting event. I have to say, I was here two years ago and the wines from this local winery have improved quite a bit. The Proprietors Reserve White was really quite nice, I would say it was my favorite of their wines, and the Naked Chardonnay was lovely as well. I usually don’t like the oak tones of most chardonnays: theirs is very mild and more to my taste. I would definitely recommend their whites,  and of the reds the Shiraz was actually quite good. A Pinot Noir from Pennsylvania was pushing it a bit, I thought, but who cares, the day was lovely and the music contributed to the festive atmosphere!  – Veronica

(To see more drawings from my trip click HERE.)

Comment (1)

  1. José Elias

    beautiful illustration!
    Could I use it in a homemade wine label? How would it cost for a new and small winery that has not much money?
    Please answer by e-mail.

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