Explore the autumn landscape, dazzling the eye with brilliant gold, orange, crimson, and russet foliage, and taste wines paired with crafted tapas on a walk to Chandler Farm. The du Ponts acquired Chandler Farm in the last century, when the family purchased land next to Winterthur, at the time a private estate and home to herds of cattle and sheep. In 1958, Henry Francis du Pont designated the red-brick, Federal-style farmhouse as the residence for the museum’s director. When you arrive at Chandler Farm, wine will be available for purchase to sip and savor while you listen to music by The Midnighters.
NOTE: Due to the inclement weather forecast, this event will take place on Sunday, October 17, 3:00–6:00 pm.
Roasted bicolored beets with crumbled goat cheese and honey-dressed pine nuts dusted with ras el hanout
Peppercorn-crusted sea scallop with Spanish farro, chorizo, roasted butternut squash, edamame, and heirloom cherry tomato with a Jerez vinegar dressing
Pulled pork slider on a brioche roll with a cider vinegar mustard and poppy seed and green apple slaw
Beef short rib with shredded pomegranate, white cheddar and cauliflower puree, and a parsley and lemon gremolata
This is an outdoor walking event, with uneven terrain and no transportation, weather permitting. Rain date: October 17. Reservations required. $80; $75 for Winterthur and DMNH members. $35 for designated driver (includes tapas and a non-alcoholic beverage). Event details subject to change.
Join us for our other Wine through Winterthur events:
Walking Wine Tasting, November 21, 1:00–5:00 pm