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Paradocx Vineyard, Landenberg

(3.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Paradocx Vineyard, nestled among the rolling hills of southern Chester County, Pennsylvania, combines current technology and handcrafted secrets to create unique wines, made from homegrown grapes, and from those of only selected custom growers.
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  • Went there to sample wine with wife in late August 2016. Band was playing from 7PM -10PM. Great weather and atmosphere. Recommend any couples or families who even ladies/men's night out to consider as...  more »
  • Vineyard is small. Entertainment on some weekends is OK. Wine is fair,pricey for what you get. Winery is off the beaten path, but I guess most are. 
  • Omg! Delicious wine, friendly and knowledgeable staff. We really enjoyed the two flights we hot and I brought 2 pouches of wine home. Think it's neat they sell it in paint cans too! 
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  • Great tasting. Sampled and bought the peach tea wine. Chardonnay was great
  • Beautiful location, with a great, casual and comfortable covered outdoor deck and a shop with wide open windows and space inside. But they need to step up their staffing/expertise (and arguably, their wine MAKING) skills to match the charming exterior. When a group of us came, as part of a wine tasting tour of the area, we paid $12 per person (more than any other winery we went to) but the "Tasting" was just a woman coming over to our table, pouring undisclosed wine into a tasting glass and walking away. Only when one of us asked did she say "Oh, this is a blend" or "this is a pink wine." That was it. We expected to hear a little more pride and knowledge about the wine. That's part of the experience people pay for. Also, I found it strange that we were given a taste of blend of three wines, but not any of those wines by itself, and another wine mixed with ice tea....I was expecting more of a pure wine tasting experience. It seems like they lack confidence in the individual grapes if they're mixing them and adding non-wine ingredients...but what do I know? That's just the impression I got. Overall, I think the place has charm and potential, but maybe best under new ownership.