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Enjoy Great Maryland Wine at These 5 Spots

Enjoy Great Maryland Wine at These 5 Spots

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Save this article if your ideal weekend includes enjoying wine with a friend or partner! We have tons of great craft beverage content worth browsing, but we’ve got you covered if you’re looking for inspiration on where to uncork your next bottle. Here are five spots to experience great Maryland wine:

Big Cork Vineyards—Rohrersville, MD

“I’m always grateful for the laid-back atmosphere that greets me at Big Cork Vineyards in Rohrersville, even if I roll up in grungy riding gear and a bug-splattered helmet. Though their award-winning wines are nationally and internationally renowned, Big Cork is far from pretentious or stuffy.”

Read more about Big Cork (and some nearby things to do) here.

Robin Hill Farm and Vineyards—Brandywine, MD

A woman holding a glass of wine with a bouquet of flowers
Photo Credit: Robin Hill Farm and Vineyard

“The story of Robin Hill is the story of a family’s love for farming; it’s the story of a family who enjoys working together on the land and keeping the farm an intimate place for locals and travelers to enjoy.”

Read more about Robin Hill here.

Boordy Vineyards—Hydes, MD

Boordy's patio in the summer
Photo Credit: Boordy Vineyards

“I started with the Viognier and the Stone Fence, a blend of Albarino and Chardonnay. The first was bright and floral, while the second was quite elegant. The tasting notes from the menu—orange blossoms and violets—were spot on.”

Read more about Boordy Vineyards here.

Love Point Vineyards and Winery—Stevensville, MD

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Photo Credit: Stephanie Verni

“Just three miles from the Bay Bridge, Love Point Vineyards & Winery is a place to drink wine and enjoy the breeze while taking in views of the Chester River.”

Read more about Love Point Vineyards and Winery here.

Great Frogs Winery—Annapolis, MD

Outdoor seating filled with people at a winery
Photo Credit: Great Frogs Winery

“Annapolis is a mighty little city with much to offer, but did you know that just over three miles from the downtown area is a winery that will remind you of those found in Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley?”

Read more about Great Frogs Winery here.


Feature Photo Credit: Big Cork Vineyards

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