I’m hardly out to become what Lenn Thompson at LennDevours is to New York state wines, or what Sonadora at WannabeWino is to Virginia wine country. Once in a while though, I figure I can do my part to spread the word about potentially interesting events at some of Southeastern Pennsylvania’s wineries, particularly when they are combined with happenings at some of the better restaurants in the area.
So, on that note, next Thursday, October 18, Chester County’s own Chadds Ford Winery is teaming up with neighboring chophouse Brandywine Prime for a dual location wine tasting and dinner. The event begins at 6:30 PM with a reception and barrel tasting hosted by winemaker Eric Miller at Chadds Ford Winery. Tasting completed, the event will move two miles down the road for dinner, prepared by Chef Keith Rudolph at Brandywine Prime, where Keith’s menu will be paired with Chadds Ford wines. Cost for the entire event is $85. Check out the menu – or make a reservation.