Chaddsford Winery to Add More Dry Wines to Its Portfolio, Signs Deal with Vineyard in Oxford

Chaddsford Winery

Chaddsford Winery has been working to rebalance its portfolio after some major changes to its team in recent years, writes Paul Vigna for the Harrisburg Patriot-News.

When Eric and Lee Miller left early in the decade, the winery shifted from Eric’s famous dry wines to a more sweet-centric portfolio.

Another major change occurred when veteran winemaker Jim Osborn recently decided it was time to step down. Management promoted Ethan Wilson to cellarmaster and, soon after, added Gabriel Rubilar, formerly of Paradocx Vineyard, to the team.

Now, the winery is hard at work rebalancing its portfolio to offer both dry and sweet wines. As part of this push, it locked in an exclusive partnership with Historic Hopewell Vineyards outside Oxford to add more dry wines to its label.

At the same time, it is rebranding the sweet side of its portfolio and laying the foundation to continue driving wholesale on that side.

“We’re really sort of a combination of what the Millers set out to do and then sort of the post-Millers,” said general manager Corey Krejcik.

Read more about Chaddsford Winery in the Harrisburg Patriot-News here.

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