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Maryland Local Products Available at Maryland Wineries this Weekend!

Maryland has five wine trails with more than 50 licensed wineries. Two of the wine trails have joined for an event this weekend  The Frederick and Carroll Wine Trails Go Local. On Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, October 30 several wineries are pairing their local wines with locally made and produced products. A visit to several wineries will provide you with the opportunity to buy anything from cheeses, meats, organic vegetables to gift baskets and of course wines. It’s not too early to begin your holiday shopping so take your list with you!

Black Ankle Vineyards, who won the Maryland Governor’s cup for their Slate wine, will have available in their tasting room, local cheeses. The cheese will be from Cherry Glen Creamery, Chapels Country Creamery and Firefly Farms.

Cygnus Wine Cellars will have a variety of local products. Ferguson Family Farm will have pasture raised meats available for sale. Organic vegetables will be available for sale from Side by Side Farm. On Sunday, photography will be available and music will be provided by Smart Music Studio.

At Elk Run Vineyards & Winery, Zia’s Cafe will prepare local pulled pork sandwiches and “grown up” macaroni and cheese from 12N to 4pm. On Sunday Izzy’s Chocolates will be in the tasting room.

Galloping Goose Vineyard located at the end of a very long driveway is worth the trip. With a purchase of a glass of wine, a complimentary “fall treat” will be provided.

Look for local products and a Halloween sale on select wines at Loew Vineyards.

Orchid Cellar Winery, a recent winery, features Polish-style meads. The tasting room will feature Millhouse Candles who specializes in 100 percent beeswax products.

Serpent Ridge Vineyard will have custom made wine gift baskets for the weekend. Hawks Hill Creamery cheeses will be available on Saturday. On Sunday look for jellies produced by Roving Radish Free Range Vegetables and locally made jewelry.

Michael Reed, artist and designer, will have renaissance designs available at Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyards.

Enjoy finding out more about Maryland wine and local products this weekend. Working together creates a sense of good will and harmony for the local communities.

Cheers! Kathy

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