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Va La Vineyards Named Iconic Winery of the Atlantic Coast by Palate Press
Exciting news! Brandywine Valley's own Va La Vineyards was named one of four Iconic Wineries of the Atlantic Coast by Palate Press. Va La Vineyards is known for its individualistic vintages crafted in small batches, creating a unique flavor unlike any other local wine. Drop by the tasting room to try a sip (or two!) for yourself. Read More
Galer Estate Wines Wins at Most Prestigious U.S. Wine Competition
Exciting news! Galer Estate Vineyard and Winery was awarded two medals for their estate grown chardonnays at the 2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the most prestigious wine competition in the U.S. Galer Estate brought home a Silver medal for their 2014 Chardonnay Reserve and a Bronze medal for their 2014 Red Lion Chardonnay. Stop by the winery to try a glass for yourself. Visit Website
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Come for the great wine, and stay because you can’t get enough of it! Pennsylvania's climate and terrain provide some of the best growing conditions on the east coast, allowing Brandywine Valley to be one of the state’s premier wine regions. Brandywine Valley's bucolic countryside is home to many fine wineries. Make a stop at Chadds Ford Winery, the largest wine producer in PA, for any of their special events or wine tastings. Or go to any of the unique, family farmed wineries along the Brandywine Artisan Wine Trail. With vineyards and wineries lining the rolling hills, and special events and tastings all throughout the area, you’ll be wondering what took you so long to get to here, and more importantly, when can you come back!

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Chester County Murals

For anyone who appreciates art and all that it offers, it's implied that Chester County is a necessary stopping point when discovering Pennsylvania's art. Between the famed Wyeth family, and the number of various museums and art galleries in the area, it's no wonder why Chester County is viewed as an art hot spot. But, within the last few years artist and members of the county have begun to think outside of the frame, literally.

Chester County has a number of beautiful murals on display that not only add character to our already charming county, but also tell a story about the people who are here. These murals reflect the rich history and the bright future of Chester County. From Phoenixville and Malvern, down to West Chester and Kennett Square, Chester County has a display of murals that both locals and visitors will be sure to appreciate.

Phoenixville

Bridge Street Mural
Located on the side of the Phoenix Village Apartments in Phoenixville, PA, this mural, painted by artist Charles Sagal, has been infamously nicknamed the ‘Godzilla’ mural after a council member stated the mural reflects a certain Hollywood movie, more so than the town of Phoenixville. The mural does not have an expected end date yet, but upon completion it will be the largest in the borough.

Welcome to Phoenixville Mural
Located on the exterior wall of Marly’s BYO in Phoenixville. The mural reads “Welcome to Phoenixville” and is based off of a 1932 photo that displays a view of the factory that can still be seen today. The mural was painted by Teresa Haag and was completed in September 2015.

Malvern

125th Anniversary Mural
Located in the Lobby of Borough Hall/Library in Malvern, PA, this was the fifth project for the Malvern Community Art Project. The mural depicts King Street in 1889 and 2014. The pieces were painted by artist Randall Graham and were completed in 2015.

Malvern Today
Located on the bridge on Bridge Street, this was the fourth project commissioned by the Malvern Community Arts Project. It is a series of five painted panels that are mounted along the bridge that depict what life in Malvern is like today. The mural was painted by the Garnet Valley High School National Honors Art Society and Mural club and was completed in 2015.

Patriotic Historical Mural
Located on the back of Gallagher’s Auto Services by the train station in Malvern, PA, it was the second mural completed by the Malvern Community Arts Project. This neighborhood favorite mural depicts Victorian era life in the small railroad town of Malvern. The mural was painted by Carrie Kingsbury and was completed in 2013.

Victorian Era Historical Mural
Located on the side of Malvern Pizza in Malvern, PA it was the first mural completed by the Malvern Community Arts Project. The mural represents the Paoli Battlefield and Memorial Parade. It depicts soldiers following General Anthony Wayne into the past, and has children running with flags into the future. The mural was painted by Dennis Goldsborough and was completed in 2013.

Warren Avenue Project
Located on the side of the Malvern Saddlery in Malvern, PA, it was the sixth project for the Malvern Community Art Project. The mural is a replica of an historic photo of a horse and buggy traveling through the Warren Avenue tunnel with the addition of President Lincoln’s funeral train. The mural was painted by Carrie Kingsbury and was completed in 2015.

Whimsical Mural
Located in the Malvern Public Library in Malvern, PA, this is the third mural commissioned by the Malvern Community Arts Project. The children’s room of the Library has gone through a 360-degree transformation into an enchanted forest. The mural was painted by Teri Flint and was completed in 2013.

Kennet Square

Harriet Tubman Mural
Located on Willow Street in Kennett Square, PA., this mural depicts Harriet Tubman leading silhouetted freedom seekers toward the North Star. The mural also features a list of some Kennett abolitionists and those they helped. The mural was designed and painted by artists Dave Mass and Joey Gothelf and was finished on November 13, 2010.

West Chester

The Charles A. Melton Mural
Located on East Market Street in West Chester, PA, this mural pictures Charles A. Melton, executive director; Dr. Leslie Pickney Hill, founder & president; as well as other members of The Melton Center. The mural was painted by artist Carrie Kingsbury and was unveiled on the building’s exterior wall in August 2014.