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Trip Advisor Good all around
Sep 03, 2014 by: MDJeepGirl from Frederick, MD
Wow has this place grown over the years. They have wine for the sweet and dry lovers, red, white and everything in between. Great venue for their music and wine tasting events.



Trip Advisor Great wine festival
Jul 20, 2014 by: Carmellatte from 
I started going to the wine festival last year and have been 3 times..the festival is from 11-6..if you are setting up tents which I would highly recommend I would get there early by 10..you can bring coolers w/food and non-alcoholic beverages...bring chairs and blankets...they do have food vendors there but the lines are pretty long..bands are great everyone has a good time..even though the band stops at 6 you dont have too leave they encourage you too stay and sober up..the wines are pretty good..my favorite is indulgence which is infused w/chocolate im not a sweet wine drinker I usually prefer reds the sangria blueberry and BlackBerry I can drink..i tried nectarines for the first time and that was good too..will definitely be going again



Trip Advisor Wine Festivals here are a must!!!
Jul 15, 2014 by: LaWanF from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Buy your ticket online, dress cool and comfortably, arrive early for good parking and a great seat on the open lawn. Then set back, relax and enjoy. Even if you go alone you will make new friends!!!



Trip Advisor Very big but friendly
Jul 09, 2014 by: Cindy M from Montville, Connecticut
Even thou this is one of Mary land's largest wineries it is very friendly and personable. Staff was very helpful and talkative which something you expect in a winery. Just wished they had some dandelion wine to purchase, but not a deal breaker.



Trip Advisor Very Nice Wine Tastings
Jun 09, 2014 by: TravelerRob64 from Mount Airy, Maryland, United States
We went last weekend and enjoyed 16 tastings for $5. We personally like their wines...they tend to run on the sweeter side. For $5 more, they'll add a pairing plate (cheese, pepperoni, etc) to go w/ the wine. Nice location in the MD country side. They are building a new tasting room, which looks much bigger than the current room, so I guess look for that in 2015. Suggest you go w/ a group - purchasing 12 or more bottles will save you 15%. Prices are reasonable. Note: They will also let you buy a bottle to drink on premise. Some folks looked like they packed a picnic lunch and were making a nice afternoon of it!


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