WELCOME!

Stargazers tasting room has re-opened and resumed hours from noon to five each Saturday and Sunday.

Our tasting consists of five samples for a $7 fee.

We do not accept buses, limos or groups of more than six persons without prior arrangement. We do not accept buses and limos after 2 pm. For groups of ten or more, we offer a different package. Inquire as to details. 

Stargazers wines are available in five Chester County Giant Food Stores: Bradford Plaza, Dilworthtown Crossing, Exton, Thorndale, and New Garden/Kennett Square.  Local customers can select from six Stargazers wines in these stores. Giant has set aside a special section for Pennsylvania wines in its wine department, making Stargazers easy to find. Please take advantage of this convenience to enjoy Stargazers wine regularly.

DIRECTIONS: PLEASE take notice, Laurel Road remains closed from Mortonville eastbound. Brandywine Creek Rd is closed between 162 and Harveys Bridge. Under no circumstances should you attempt to traverse Harveys Bridge road from Route 162. Only those who reside there need face the hazards on that road. When you turn onto Laurel westbound from Youngs, you will see a sign saying "Road Closed Ahead". However Laurel is open to Wheatland Drive. Please click on Map & Directions under the tab Contact & Interact. We are easy to find using these directions.  If you want an exciting adventure, put our street address into your GPS device.

During pleasant weather feel free to bring your own picnic to enjoy with Stargazers wine by the glass or bottle. Relax while enjoying the view of the Vineyard and overlooking the valley where the Brandywine Creek flows below.

We do not host weddings. However, we can accommodate groups of up to 40 persons for parties. Contact us for policies and pricing.


As in the European model, when you come to taste our wines, you are likely to meet one of us who grow the grapes and make the wine. You are welcome to take a stroll in the vineyard to check the development of the coming vintage. In the winery you can see how the bubbles get in the sparkling wine.