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Nice Wines Just a 30 min drive off I-95
Jul 10, 2014 by: cubgirl65 from Alexandria, Virginia
On a drive back from Boston, we stopped at the visitor center of I-95 and found information on Boordy Vineyards. It was well worth the drive off the highway at 4pm on a Monday to avoid the Baltimore rush hour! You do pay for your wine tastings, but they offer a $5 one and $15 one, so you can taste what you like. My husband and I got one of each so we could share and taste everything. We really liked the Rockfish wine and the Estate reds. If I'm in the area I would go back again to see what's new.
Fun, well-organized summer event
Jul 05, 2014 by: Deb6554 from Laurel, Maryland
Went here for a Sat. summer concert, wine and picnic. Tickets were reasonably priced and you can bring your own food and buy wine at the vineyards. They have this quite well-organized...parking, finding a spot to lay out your blanket and/or chairs is easy if you come when they open the doors. The line goes quickly and they don't seem to oversell tickets so although it's well-attended it didn't seem overcrowded. If you want to see the band as well as hear it, come early for a good spot. You can buy taste and buy wine during the event and they have a food and ice cream vendor. Fun activity with friends for a summer evening.
Jun 28, 2014 by: FlameoGirl from Crofton, MD
Stopped off here on a whim after a visit to a local State Park. I've had some of their wines before so I was eager to check out the vineyard. The grounds are beautiful!! Staff is friendly and helpful, there was even a food truck there to solve our lunch dilemma. I was actually surprised at how busy and crowded it was, it seems that you're able to picnic with your own food if you'd like. There is a ton of outdoor seating which was nice, all in all it was a very relaxing atmosphere. There is a section dedicated to wine tasting, you can also purchase wine to drink at this section as well. If you're purchasing wine to go, then there is a separate store just down the hill. No fee to actually walk the grounds but fees for tastings and tours. Wine tasting seems to be at a reasonable price though i'm no expert, I think starting at $5.00 per person and you get to keep a Boordy wine glass. The price increases depending on which wines you want to try and how many (check the website for details). We purchased 2 bottles, the Viva Sangria and the Chambourcin Merlot at reasonable prices (can't wait to try them!). Next time we're in the area, will definitely make a point to stop and support this local vineyard.
Historic vineyard and winery in the Valley
Jun 23, 2014 by: Paulo701 from Winston Salem, North Carolina
A terrific stop in Hydes, Maryland. A beautiful, picturesque vineyard with all new, state-of-the-art South African stainless steel equipment, temperature controlled and iPhone remotely controlled and monitored! A knowledgeable staffer gave us a great history (our interest) of the property, owners, and the vineyard. The farm buildings are worth the trip alone! We look forward to sampling some of the wine we purchased, yes, untasted, on that sweltering afternoon. Happy tasting to those who follow us at Boordy.
Summer Dublin Concert
Jun 01, 2014 by: jud54 from Baltimore, Maryland, Usa
Attended the Dublin Summer Concert - 1st concert of the summer series. Had a great time. Nice weather added to a very enjoyable evening listening to a band playing Irish music, drinking various wines from the vineyard, eating great food our daughter in law prepared, relaxing and just having a good time. This was our first time at a Boordy event and we are looking forward to attending future events. Would recommend.
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