Single Vineyard Designate

Our Single Vineyard Designate wines are thoughtfully created to represent the characteristics  and terroir of the vineyard. This wine is simply named after the small Chardonnay vineyard block - Red Lion Chardonnay. 

Icon Series

The Icon Series are meticulously grown and cellared to represent the varietal character of the wine and  express the grape in the glass. These wines are also made from single vineyards and single varieties, but are truly characteristic of the grape inspired by a French, dry style. 

Reserve Series

Our Reserve Series is an homage to the old world style of winemaking. The Reserve Chardonnay is made up of our old vines of Chardonnay in the lower block of the Red Lion Chardonnay Vineyard. The Reserve Red Blend is a blend of Bordeaux varieties that are aged in neutral French oak.

Huntress Series

The Huntress Series is an  annual blend that reflects the Roman Goddess, Diana the Huntress. This series is meant to capture courage, youth, beauty, and uniqueness. With every new vintage, the winemaker translates these qualities to produce the Huntress blend. 


700 Folly Hill Road 

Kennett Square, PA  19348

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Everyday: 12 - 6pm


for Indoor & Outdoor Seating

Friday & Saturday: 12-8pm 

Sunday: 12-7pm


  • Galer Estate reserves the right to refuse service to anyone who does not abide by our policies and will be asked to leave the property immediately -- decisions made by Galer Estate staff are final and the owners are in full support of enforcing these policies

  • By law, no alcohol other than Galer Estate wines are permitted

  • Galer Estate is legally obligated to refuse service to anyone who is visibly intoxicated

  • ADULTS ONLY. All guests must be of legal drinking age. No exceptions for infants, toddlers, children, or teenagers

  • Areas on the property are closed to the public unless escorted by a Galer Estate owner or employee

  • Pets are not permitted, but service animals are always welcome