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Celebrate Thanksgiving with Local Food and Wine

Harwood, Maryland

While planning your Thanksgiving dinner, will you be supporting the eat  and drink local movement? Many people purchase local fresh turkeys, vegetables and fruits so why not consider local wines or hard ciders?

Kevin Atticks, Executive Director, of the Maryland Wineries Association sent out an email with a list of several Maryland wineries producing hard ciders. If you are planning on hosting Thanksgiving Dinner here are his suggestions for locally produced hard ciders.


The wineries and cider list includes:

  • Distillery Lane Ciderworks: Kingston Black
  • Great Shoals Winery: Spencerville Red Hard Apple
  • Millstone Cellars: Bramble
  • Linganore Winecellars: Spiced Apple
  • Loew Vineyards: Apples and Honey
  • Orchid Cellar Winery: Lumberjack

Also the Marylandwine.com website has an article highlighting wines from several Maryland wineries. The article is at http://www.marylandwine.com/news/News-and-Information.

  • Big Cork Vineyards: Chardonnay
  • Basignani Winery: Riesling
  • Port of Leonardtown Winery: Chambourcin Reserve
  • Elk Run Vineyards and Winery: Syrah
  • Crow Farm and Vineyard: Barbera Rosé
In addition, Maryland is home to a boutique winery with the delightful holiday name Thanksgiving Farm Wines. Of course, a bottle of wine with the winery name Thanksgiving Farm would add to the holiday spirit.

Whatever region you live in shop at your local wineries for wines to celebrate Thanksgiving. Every state has a winery!


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