40th Anniversary Celebrations

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40th Anniversary Celebrations

We're celebrating four decades of Pennsylvania wine! Since our founding in 1982, our portfolio has evolved through integral winemakers and key personnel with a mission to produce top-quality, locally rooted wines. 

Here’s what the team has planned to celebrate forty years of wine excellence this September:

September 1-30: Limited-Release of ’19 Timing is Everything, 40th Anniversary Wine

Enjoy this Bordeaux-style, barrel-aged wine for a limited time during the month of September. Showcasing harmonious aromas of violet and rose and a flavorful palate of roasted peppers and tobacco leaf, this Artisan Series wine was specially crafted to honor the occasion.

September 1-4: Grand Opening of Lahaska Bottle Shop + Tasting Room

Explore the brand new, three-building facility in Bucks County (5860 Lower York Road, Lahaska). Expect Live Music, Food Trucks, Drink Specials, and Complimentary 1-oz. samples of select wines from Friday- Sunday. 

September 10-11 and 17-18: 40th Anniversary Celebration Weekends

Raise a glass to the big 4-0 at the main Winery in the picturesque Brandywine Valley. Look forward to exclusive Wine Flights, limited-edition Reserve Tastings, Food Truck fare from Common Good Pizza, and a Free Birthday Cookie Pairing for the first 100 Visitors each day.

September 16: Wine Club Appreciation

We’re welcoming Club Members to an evening filled with gratitude and merriment. Enjoy complimentary appetizers while sipping on samples of select wines and the pre-release of our 40th Anniversary blend Timing is Everything. Some lucky members will leave with signed bottles and posters of '21 Dry Rosé: Redux from Philly street artist SeekOne and our winemaker, Gabriel Rubilar.

September 30: 40th Anniversary Vintner’s Table

Celebrate the occasion with a memorable, tapas-style dinner by J. Scott Catering, and wines presented by founders, Eric and Lee Miller, and current winemaker, Gabriel Rubilar. Exclusive pours showcasing the Winery’s history and evolution, such as ’05 Miller Estate Pinot Noir and ’19 Sparkling Sémillon, will be featured. (Advanced Tickets Required)

As we look toward the future, our sights are set high with expansions for our property, portfolio, and event offerings. Cheers to the next 40 years!