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.

Moderating influences of the Chesapeake and Delaware bays and the southern sloping mica soils afford Paradocx a unique mesoclimate in the region. This mesoclimate coupled with state-of-the-art viticulture practices, create a winning combination for this 10,000 case winery. The owners and management of Paradocx Vineyard, who share a fervent passion for winemaking, adhere to the principle that winemaking begins with success in the vineyard.

With over 100 acres of land, 30 of which are under vine, Paradocx’s home vineyard in Landenberg, Pennsylvania offers an array of grapes, including 27 acres of vinifera vines and 3 acres of Chambourcin and Vidal vines. By providing only the finest grapes that our site has to offer, we are able to afford our winemaker with the best possible start for a quality wine in the bottle.

Paradocx Vineyard is owned and operated by the Hoffman and Harris Families. The name of the winery is a play on words, as the four principles are practicing physicians (Pair of Docs). In addition to a full-time staff, members of both families and committed friends tend to make the winery a successful venture.

Opening Hours

Monday

9am - 5pm

Tuesday

9am - 5pm

Wednesday

9am - 5pm

Thursday

9am - 5pm

Friday

9am - 5pm

Saturday

9am - 5pm

Sunday

9am - 5pm

Address

Our Address:

1833 Flint Hill Rd. Landenberg, Pennsylvania 19350

GPS:

39.770102, -75.811791

Telephone:
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Superwoman November 16, 2021 3:27 pm
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en of of us visited this vineyard on a tasting this past weekend and the experience was not memorable in a good way.

When we arrived we were taken down to the area where the wine is stored. The room was dimly lit. Two unstable tables were put together, a dated table cloth used to cover the tables. Nothing nice about it at all. Gnats were everywhere! Kay the staff member who presented the tasting to our group called the gnats protein. Disgusting! The gnats were landing on food and getting into drinks.

We ordered food that was not good at all:

1.The meatballs were overcooked so they were dry. The meatballs had wayyyy too much vinegar in the sauce and it took our breath away when we bit into them and began to chew. We could not eat them. Unfortunately I don’t have a pic.

2. the seasonal salad was’t bad but the price and serving didn’t add up.

3. The mushroom soup was just ok. It needed seasoning.

4. Pretzel bites appeared to have been the frozen kind and were microwaved causing them to become very hard. We could not eat most of them.

5. Hummus plate was ok.

6. Cheese plate presentation was awful! some of the cheese was good.

Kay was the educated staff member who did our tasting. Kay was not the best host. Her attire left us confused and we didn’t expect the staff to be dressed this way for a wine tasting. Kay was sarcastic some times and her sense of humor came off as rude to most of of us. Kay often forgot some of the information that she was supposed to share about the wines. We were supposed to get a stemless wine glass but was unable to get one due to supply, so Kay offered an extra pouring which we don’t believe she gave us and was not comparable to the stemless wine glass. The tasting pics we saw online looked very nice. The pics showed stemless glasses sitting on a wooden tray with the names of each wine with a description. We were wondering why this wasn’t provided for our tasting? I know Kay mentioned the supply issue but she stated they had stemless glasses without the vineyards name on them; we would have preferred those over the Wegman wine glasses. Awful! Several times during the tasting Kay began to disappear on us to the point where we had to look for her. We noticed that she was off setting up for another party. Kay stated that the grapes had been picked from the vines already so Kay did not take us to them. Kay directed us to a room where we could take pics and left us. Kay never wrapped up the tasting, said thank you or farewell. We were soooooo disappointed in the tasting experience.

The wine we tasted was just ok. The best one was the blush. A few of us in the group enjoyed the dry wines. They had an area off to the side where you could purchase wine. A few of us purchased wine and the bags that were given were tacky and they didn’t have bags for everyone.

Overall our experience was horrible and we won’t be back. Our hope is to try another local vineyard that’ll provide us with a better tasting and dining experience.

Tucker October 13, 2021 11:50 pm
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Great spot for small to large groups. The wine tasting is a must. Big fan!

360 Cuvee October 12, 2021 6:04 pm
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Paradocx Vineyard has a great tasting menu which includes multiple wines to try, souvenir wine glass, and private tour of the winery/vineyard. The staff is amazing and they cater to big groups which is a plus!

We send a lot of our Philadelphia wine tours there and we have never had an unhappy customer!