Milford

This charming river town on the banks of the Delaware River is perfect for strolling.
 
As you meander through Milford, admiring the bluffs that frame the waterway, make time to stop and sip some hand-crafted beer or wine and sample delicious treats.
 
An 1860s Victorian home is the setting for Ship Inn Restaurant & Brew Pub (61 Bridge St.). The house-brewed ales, stouts and bitters go perfectly with the traditional British pub favorites served in the restaurant.
 
The Alba Vineyard (269 Rt. 627) has won dozens of medals for the wines produced in its 40-acre vineyard.
 
Housed in a 200-year-old barn, the winery (and the adjacent art gallery) is open every day for tastings and shopping.
 
Alba’s seasonal festivals – including the Wine & Chocolate Festival in February, Summerfest in July and Blues & Pumpkin in October – are wonderful opportunities to sample all the varietals. Enjoy live music and food, along with the vineyard’s own wines.

Location

United States
40° 34' 5.5128" N, 75° 5' 40.7148" W
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Alba Vineyard, Milford
Milford
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This charming river town on the banks of the Delaware River is perfect for strolling.
 
As you meander through Milford, admiring the bluffs that frame the waterway, make time to stop and sip some hand-crafted beer or wine and sample delicious treats.
 
An 1860s Victorian home is the setting for Ship Inn Restaurant & Brew Pub (61 Bridge St.). The house-brewed ales, stouts and bitters go perfectly with the traditional British pub favorites served in the restaurant.
 
The Alba Vineyard (269 Rt. 627) has won dozens of medals for the wines produced in its 40-acre vineyard.
 
Housed in a 200-year-old barn, the winery (and the adjacent art gallery) is open every day for tastings and shopping.
 
Alba’s seasonal festivals – including the Wine & Chocolate Festival in February, Summerfest in July and Blues & Pumpkin in October – are wonderful opportunities to sample all the varietals. Enjoy live music and food, along with the vineyard’s own wines.


 Don't miss:

• The Milford Oyster House (92 Rt. 519) for modern takes on classic seafood dishes.

 
• The Milford Market (26 Bridge St.) for picnic basket fixings.
 
Insider tip
For five-star accommodations stay at Chestnut Hill (63 Church St.). Perched high on the banks of the scenic Delaware River, Chestnut Hill Bed and Breakfast and its companion all-suite, Country Cottage, are beautifully preserved, Victorian-era lodgings.
 

 

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