Visit us in the Terhune Orchards Vineyard and Winery tasting room as we continue to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Enjoy chocolate baked goods homemade in Terhune’s own bakery paired with our award-winning wines. Bring your loved ones, friends and family to enjoy sweet treats.
For this weekend, we are offering a special wine and chocolate pairing of locally made chocolates and Terhune wines. Chocolate pairing includes wine flight, chocolates and a souvenir glass. We have partnered with Pierre’s Chocolates of New Hope, PA known for their old world recipes and single origin artisan chocolates (see more below).
Catch up with friends by the fire pit outside the winery. Inside the cozy wine barn, enjoy our 14 wine varieties.
On Sunday during the Sunday Music Series, enjoy the music of Kevin McGowan from 1-4pm.
Pierre’s Chocolates – For the past 34 years, Pierre‘s Chocolates has been dedicated to crafting the most exceptional chocolates in Bucks County. We are a family owned and operated full service retail chocolate store in New Hope, PA. All of our chocolate is handmade on the premises by our two chocolatiers, Tom & Justin. Multiple time winner of Bucks County’s Best Chocolatier. Pierre‘s Chocolates features original old world recipes created by Swiss chocolatier and original owner Jean Pierre Meyenberg now with a modern touch.
Owner Tom Block (founder of Thomas Sweet as well as Naked Chocolate Cafe) along with son-in-law Justin Zaslow (graduate of Natural Gourmet Institute in NYC) have debuted a new collection of artisan small batch chocolates, bars, and hot chocolate mix. These beautiful chocolates feature single origin cacao from small family farms around the world. We are among just a handful of chocolatiers in the United States sourcing rare South American varietals via direct trade with farmers. Justin was one of six chocolatiers and pastry chefs selected to travel to Ecuador and witness the cacao harvest first hand. We only use highest quality local ingredients and most of our small batch collection is in collaboration with other Bucks County purveyors.