Sand Castle Winery, nestled on the banks of the Delaware River in Bucks County is the purveyor of fine wines of a long and noble heritage. Its founders, the brothers Joseph and Paul Maxian, were born and raised in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, a region renowned for viticulture even before Celtic tribes roamed its hillsides or the Romans began to rule the world. The Maxians claimed their birthright, a centuries old wine making art – and are proud to introduce in America superior quality, classic wines descended from the finest European wine making traditions.
Today, Sand Castle wines are made in much the same way as that of their predecessors in the Old World. The vinifera grapes and the noble vines of Europe are all grown directly on the estate and cared for just as they were thousands of years ago. Once pressed, the wine is aged and bottled on premises. The result? While this painstaking attention to quality limits the winery’s production, the wines are unlike any others you have tasted.
The winery also provides two unique locations to host your next wedding, party, or special event. For more information, prices, and packages, please email event director, Dean Arcuri at [email protected]. And be sure to check out our website for the most up to date info on our fun events, live music, lunches, dinners, and performances we have planned for our guests.
March 14 –
St. Patty’s Day Themed Luncheon
St. Patty’s Day Drag Brunch Celebration
March 20th –
Surf and Turf Food Truck
Wine Tasting/Spring Terrarium Workshop
March 21st – Tot Truck Food Truck
Visit www.sandcastlewinery.com for more info on monthly events including tickets, cost, and reservations.
Hours of Operation
6pm – 9pm (Summer Friday’s in July and August)
Taste 13 of our house wines grown and bottled on site – from dry to sweet. Guest favorites includes Chardonnay Classic, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangria, Riesling, and our famous Alpine Spice.
Reservations recommended https://www.sandcastlewinery.com/book-tours-tastings
Special event center
100% Vinifera Estate Vineyard