Since 1982, Chaddsford Winery has been recognized both regionally and nationally for their award-winning portfolio of wines.
Underscoring a renewed commitment to increasing production of dry wines, Chaddsford has launched a complete rebranding of their house red and white blends after 15+ years.
Additionally, the labels reflect a collection of descriptive words that the team at Chaddsford regularly use to describe the wines. Words like “drinkable,” “approachable,” and “transitional” describe the versatility of the blends in that they appeal to a large consumer base and play nicely with a wide range of foods. The descriptors “back pocket,” “glove box,” and “swiss army” suggest that these particular wines are an excellent choice to keep on hand for entertaining and gift giving.
To celebrate the release, Chaddsford Winery will offer complimentary samples of both wines on Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15.
Comprised of Chambourcin, Chancellor, and Noiret grapes - all hybrid varieties - the dry, red blend suggests notes of strawberry and black cherry, lightly overlaid with tobacco and the smoke and spice of American oak.
The wine retails for $18 per 750mL bottle, and a 20% discount applies when purchased by the case.
Click here to download the spec sheet for '16 The Red Standard.
The hybrid grapes Vidal, Seyval, and Vignoles make up this crisp and lively white that showcases layers of tropical fruit, like pineapple and mango.
The wine retails for $13 per 750mL bottle, and a 20% discount applies when purchased by the case.
Click here to download the spec sheet for '16 The White Standard.
The Red Standard and The White Standard are now available and can be purchased at Chaddsford Winery, Chaddsford’s Tasting Room at Peddler’s Village, and online.