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Fenwick WIne Cellars

Fenwick WIne Cellars

Fenwick WIne Cellars

Fenwick WIne Cellars
38016 Fenwick Shoals Blvd.
West Fenwick
USA 19975
Phone: 302-436-1500
http://www.fenwickwinecellars.com

Contact: Adrian Mobilia
Email: sales@fenwickwinecellars.com

Production: 2000 cases

Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday Noon - 7 pm, Friday & Saturday - 11 am - 8 pm, Sunday - Noon - 6 pm

Tour Hours: Same as Hours of Operation

There is a certain sense of unparalleled fulfillment and purpose that comes from seeing the fruits of one’s labors literally grown from the ground up. This is the driving force that would propel Adrian Mobilia back to his roots, and inspire he and his wife, Shannon, to open Fenwick Wine Cellars.


Mobilia is a fourth generation farmer, growing up on the shores of Lake Erie, an area of Pennsylvania rich in the traditions of agriculture. He was raised on his family’s 200-acre farm that consisted mainly of different varieties of grapes, apples, cherries, and peaches. Mobilia learned the family trade early, and enjoyed it so much, that he would continue on to study horticulture at Penn State. When Mobilia left the farm for college in the mid 90’s, the family business was well on its way to what would become the next successful venture. In 1980, they had already begun pressing their own grapes, and by 1989, the juice was going direct to wineries. The wheels were then set into motion for the Mobilia family to open their own winery.

Working alongside his father Nick, planting Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Riesling, Chardonnay, Chambourcin, Pinot Grigio, and Merlot grapes, to the already existing varieties, Adrian Mobilia helped the family winery come to fruition. In 1999 the first bottle of the Mobilia family winery was produced, bottled as Arrowhead Wine Cellars. The winery added another facet to the already existing strong family legacy of farming

At Fenwick Wine Cellars, the roots do indeed run deep. The Mobilia’s invite you in, to be a part of something that has been grown for generations, from the ground up.

Winemaker: Bob Greene

Winemaker's Choice: Chambourcin

Distribution: Winery, Cape Wine & Spirits, Anthony's Beer Wine & Deli

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