Pennsylvania Wines

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91
points

Chaddsford 2000 Philip Roth Vineyard Chardonnay (Pennsylvania)

  1. $33
Complex and intriguing in the nose, the wine is weighty on the palate and shows a fine blend of citrus, herb, melon, toast, pear and spice flavors. It finishes long and clean.  — J.C.  (7/1/2002)
87
points

Chaddsford 2007 Pinot Grigio (Pennsylvania)

  1. $17
A honeyed spice and lemon nose and flavors of crisp citrus give this PG a classic, food-friendly edge. The wine offers more complex fruit and spice flavors than a typical Pinot Grigio, with a weightier midpalate and clean finish. An elegant wine with character.  — S.K.  (4/1/2009)
87
points

Chaddsford 1998 Pinot Grigio (Pennsylvania)

  1. $15
Ripe nose of peaches, apricots and spice, with lemony citric notes that carry over to the palate, picking up stony and herbal elements. Shows considerable complexity. Crisp and racy. A delightful surprise from an unexpected region.  — W.E.  (8/1/1999)
87
points

Chaddsford 1997 Cabernet Franc (Pennsylvania)

  1. $13
Fragrant, with lots of floral and herbaceous aromas - very typical of Cab Franc. Some juicy strawberry fruit rounds out the flavor profile. It finishes with decent acidity and mild tannins.  — J.C.  (8/1/1999)
86
points

Chaddsford 2005 Merican Meritage (Pennsylvania)

  1. $40
A few years of age have brought out mineral and green pepper notes, giving this Pennsylvania red blend a Bordeaux-like quality. It’s grippy and fairly crisp—just screaming for a steak.  — W.E.  (7/1/2010)
86
points

Chaddsford 2008 Rosé (Pennsylvania)

  1. $15
While a bit funky on the nose, with prominent oak-derived vanilla notes, this wine delivers in the mouth, with a fullish body and strawberry, lemon and raspberry flavors that hang around just long enough. The exceptionally pink hue will dress up any dinner table. Drink now.  — W.E.  (5/1/2010)
86
points

Chaddsford 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon (Pennsylvania)

  1. $19
Black cherry, mocha and pepper lead on this easy-drinking red from Chaddsford. On the palate, soft cherry fruit, cedar spice and chocolate give the wine a luscious edge. Pair with Mexican mole, spiced ribs or pasta.  — S.K.  (2/1/2010)
86
points

Chaddsford 2005 Syrah (Pennsylvania)

  1. $28
Intriguing all around, this displays earthy notes of truffle and meat on the nose, and balanced flavors of full raspberry and spicy caramel on the palate. Though a touch angular, the wine has elegance and good fruit.  — S.K.  (7/1/2008)
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