Brandywine Valley

About this Wine Trail

Located in the beautiful countryside between Philadelphia and Lancaster, the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail has become a favorite destination not just for Philadelphians, but for wine lovers from throughout the region. The trail, part of the broader PA Wine Land Southeast region, is home to seven charming wineries and some of the best scenery in the commonwealth.

Tips for Visiting

As you make your way throughout the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail there are many exciting attractions to discover. Within just a few miles of each other along the Brandywine River you can visit the sprawling grounds and turn-of-the-century built Conservatory of Longwood Gardens, the Brandywine River Museum, which holds a large selection of works by the regions own, renowned artist Andrew Wyeth, and the charming town of Kennett Square, the Mushroom Capital of the World! For even more info, check out

Wineries on this Trail

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